The Sew Busy Ladies is a non-profit organization that seeks to help people in the local community and abroad. The ladies do projects such as making quilts for new mothers and making dresses for girls in Africa. You can read an article in the Courier-Tribune about the work of this ministry here.
They meet at the home of Emily Adams on Tuesday nights.
We long to see new churches and ministries started throughout North Carolina and the United States in order to see people come to know the Lord and grow in the grace and knowledge of him.
Grace Fellowship is glad to support Jonah Hooper, serving in campus ministry at Winston-Salem State University and Darin Stone who serves as the Minister to the North Carolina State Capitol with Ministry to State.
Jesus called his church to go to the "ends of the earth" with the gospel. Grace Fellowship supports our founding pastor, Jeremy Sink and his family, who answered the call to foreign missions and is currently serving the church in Nagoya, Japan with Serge.