Do you need help? Do you need to know someone cares about you? With the compassion of Christ, GraceCares provides support for individuals and families affected by emotionally, physically and spiritually difficult circumstances. GraceCares provides help, hope and healing for life’s struggles.
Pastoral Care is one of the many ways that Grace hopes to show Christ’s love. The core of our care ministry is providing support to individuals and families. We care for those affected by illness, hospitalization, terminal diagnosis, disease and bereavement, as well as their long-term effects. Our pastors and staff visit hospitals and health care facilities. To schedule an appointment, to share a concern or to notify us of medical emergencies please call 512-345-7840.
A Study for Women: Forgiven and Set Free
From time to time, Women at Grace offers a small group Bible study specifically for women who have had an abortion. If you are interested in learning more, please email our director of women’s ministry, Melissa Eckel, at email@example.com. All inquiries will be kept strictly confidential.
Following the Transformational Adventure curriculum, this 9-week, closed support group for cancer patients and their primary caregivers is meant to strengthen faith and encourage hope in the trials and challenges that the journey through cancer creates.
Grace can pair you with a trained, confidential and supportive mentor to help you walk through whatever challenging situation you are facing.
Celebrate Recovery is a highly effective program for finding freedom from the chains that shackle our lives and hold us in bondage to sin, shame or a painful past.
GriefShare is a grief recovery support group designed to be a source of care while working through one of life’s most difficult & painful times.
DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences.
Are you the caregiver for your aging or ill family member? Are you soon to be the primary caregiver? GraceCares wants to take the fear and confusion out of caring for your family.