"AS THE FATHER HAS SENT ME, EVEN SO I AM SENDING YOU."
In Acts 2, the first few thousand converts to Christianity give us some tangible shape to this idea of missional community. They were devoted to the apostles’ teaching about Jesus, the fellowship (koinonia, that is, sharing), the breaking of bread, and the prayers. They gathered in the temple and in their homes. They also had favor with all the people. The result was that God added to the number daily. In other words, this community of believers imitated God as a missional community.
We should want to be, therefore, a New Testament church that exists for the supremacy of Jesus in the Capital Region and beyond. In order to do that, we need to partner with a wide range of people and organizations who share that same passion. Our vision for missions at Grace Chapel is to be strategically and vitally involved in the advancement of the kingdom of God outside of our own walls through a partnership with ministries and individuals that are both profoundly biblical and profoundly compassionate.