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Local Service Opportunities

We invite you to serve God alongside us as we seek to bring peace and blessing to our neighbors through any of the below efforts GCPC is regularly involved with.

Shalom Farms Updates

On third Saturdays April - October (excluding April), Grace Covenant has a recurring opportunity to volunteer with Shalom Farms. The location will vary each month depending on where Shalom needs us most. These are wonderful volunteer opportunities for the whole family (young kids are very welcome), and each promises to be a wonderful day worshiping God and serving our neighbors by helping ensure all have access to nutritious produce.



Soles4Souls creates sustainable jobs and provides relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing around the world, and you have the opportunity to help! If you would like to volunteer as an individual, a family, or a group at Soles4Souls Regional Donation Center (1700 Jefferson Davis Highway), please email Stephanie Hathaway at

Metro Richmond at Prayer

“He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” - Micah 6:8

There are more than 1.2 million people living collectively in Metro Richmond. "Metro Richmond at Prayer" is a cooperative effort of churches to pray together for common concerns, healing, and transformation in our region. This effort is coordinated by Richmond Hill, an ecumenical retreat center in Church Hill. 

Nelson Reveley, Parish Associate for Outreach and Adult Discipleship

All Local Ministry Partnerships


Why Do We Serve?

When we serve our neighbors with sympathy and compassion, we seek to bring about the things that God desires for our city. We battle injustices because we believe that it grieves God’s heart when people are treated unfairly. We feed the hungry because Christ identified himself with the hungry and thirsty. We work to break the cycle of poverty so that our communities might understand the power of God to transform lives. 


To find out how you can serve God and our neighbors through one of these local agencies please contact Nelson Reveley.