If you want to walk fast, walk alone.
If you want to walk far, walk together.
– African Proverb
In addition, Grace has active partnerships with the following organizations:
Soul Care Seattle is an urban retreat ministry located on Capitol Hill dedicated to helping people foster deep and profound relationships with God.
Bailey Gatzert Elementary is a school in our city’s urban core with a high number of students receiving free or reduced lunch.
Operation Nightwatch is a grass-roots, volunteer-led group of people dedicated to loving our neighbors who are poor and homeless.
R.E.S.T. (Real Escape from Sex Trafficking) is committed to building relationships with people who are being trafficked in the local sex trade, learning what their true needs were, and serving as a bridge to critical services and resources.
New Horizons Ministries offers programs to help youth transition out of homelessness.
Progress House Association/Ratcliffe House supports women leaving incarceration by helping their clients secure transitional and permanent housing, treatment and/or counseling services, and employment.
Sacred Road Ministries is a community devoted to serving the Lord and serving in and among indigenous communities on the Yakama Reservation.
Revoice is a ministry devoted to supporting and encouraging gay, lesbian, bisexual, and other same-sex attracted Christians—as well as those who love them—so that all in the Church might be empowered to live in gospel unity while observing the historic Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality.
Northwest Church Planting Network trains leaders to plant churches in Northwest cities, suburbs, and towns.