To become part of any of the opportunities listed here, please call or e-mail the church office: (402) 474-1505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food and Shelter for Our Community
Grace Good Samaritan Fund
This fund supports community outreach.
Prescott Emergency Food Bank
Grace members support an emergency food bank at Prescott Elementary School, just a few blocks south of the church, donating items such as granola bars, canned chicken and tuna, peanut butter, and cereal as well as personal hygiene items by depositing them on shelves in the church's atrium. Some members also donate cash to purchase supplies for Prescott, while others supervise after-school programs in sports and mathematics.
Lincoln Lutheran Food Pantry
The congregation collects nonperishable food and personal hygiene items. Donations are transferred to a central location operated by the pantry.
The Gathering Place
Located on 1448 E Street in Lincoln, The Gathering Place serves free evening meals to homeless and near-homeless individuals and families living in our community. Meals are served Monday through Friday from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Meals on Wheels
Based out of Tabitha Health Care at 4720 Randolph Street, Meals on Wheels delivers a nutritious meal, a warm smile, and a safety check that helps keep seniors healthy, safe, and living independently in their own homes each year.
Our Outreach Programs
Refugee Resettlement Support
The refugee resettlement program works with Lutheran Family Services to plan for the resettlement of refugee families in Lincoln, locating and reserving apartments, providing furniture, furnishings, and supplies, and offering transportation.
Organizations that Use our Building
Lincoln Literacy provides English language and literacy instruction to adults and families living in Lancaster County.
The Boy Scouts of America offers service projects, ceremonies, games, and other activities that promote develop character, citizenship, and personal fitness.
Tabitha Health Care
Tabitha provides health care for the elderly, both in living communities and via in-home support.
Community Mental Health
Community Mental Health, run by Lutheran Family Services, provides the adult mental health services and substance abuse treatment formerly offered by Lancaster county.
The Common Root Mutual Aid Center provides a welcoming, supportive community space with resources for the purpose of mutual inspiration, education, and connection.
YWCA Respite Care
YWCA Respite Care offers short-term care for families in crisis, foster parents, caregivers of adults or children with special needs, or children caring for their aging parents, giving them a short break from the demands of caregiving.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of those who have had a drinking problem; members share their experience with others who are seeking help.
Al-Anon Family Group
Al-Anon is a mutual support group whose members share their experiences coping with the effects of a problem drinker in their lives.
Narcotics Anonymous supports recovery from the effects of addiction through a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings, help from peers, and an ongoing support network. Despite the name, Narcotics Anonymous addresses all drug addictions, including addiction to alcohol.