Who We Are
WHO WE ARE
Fields of Grace Outreach is a 501(c) not-for-profit charitable organization designed to help develop the potential of youth and young adults. Engaging youth in positive activities builds success and achievement which, in turn, helps them to design their own fulfilling futures.
Seeing the need for positive reinforcement, nurturing of potential, development of life skills and help for day to day living among the youth in our area, a group of concerned individuals incorporated Fields of Grace Outreach to reach the youth with programs which would target the "fields" in which they had the greatest needs. That's where we began in 2006.
Fields of Grace Outreach is an inclusive, faith-based charitable organization founded in Christian principles and traditions, dedicated to instilling values of compassion, honesty, respect, responsibility and providing for the lifelong personal growth and development of a healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
OUR OUTREACH MISSION IS...
To provide a safe, comfortable and welcoming community forum where local workshops, guest speaker talks, book readings, film screenings, recreational youth events, musical concerts and discussion groups are hosted for all ages in an effort to combat community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.
- To nurture dignity and respect for others by providing humanitarian assistance and relief to the poor, the underprivileged, and the distressed.
- To encourage social responsibility and good stewardship of resources; to promote peace of mind, body and spirit through interactive faith-based workshops, retreats, and seminars.
GRACE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
GRACE RECREATION PROGRAM
GRACE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
GRACE LIFE SKILLS
All of our programs are free to youth and young adults. Register early for upcoming events and/or workshops as space is limited. Call or e-mail for more information about any program or event.
The Grace Discussion Program:
The Fields of Grace, through its Grace Discussion Program (GDP), has arranged to work with local colleges, churches, other tax-exempt religious organizations, community groups, and charities, to host supervised monthly coffeehouses, forums, workshops, and discussion groups for young adults on a wide range of social issues, religious topics, and current event. These activities have been designed to primarily promote the intellectual, spiritual, and moral development of individuals of college age. Additional entertainment and refreshments are planned for many of these events.