This is a crucial moment in time for our church.
God has given the leadership of Grace a vision that will carry us into the year 2020 and beyond.
It will require each of us to take steps—moving to deeper levels of faith, commitment, surrender,
and devotion to God and to our mission of glorifying Him by making more and better disciples.
God is not finished with Grace Fellowship.
Today, and in the coming months and years, we have the opportunity to join together
and intentionally live out the prophetic structure for church mission that Jesus gave in Acts.
For the original followers of Jesus, Jerusalem was the city that many of them considered home. It was the place of their identity and culture. In our context, this would be the cities where we deposit the largest investments of time and ministry—Latham, Halfmoon, East Greenbush, and Saratoga.
Our Judea & Samaria
This is the area just outside of our Jerusalem. It represents the expansion of our mission and ministry into neighboring cultures and communities.
To the ends of the world
There are no boundaries to this frontier. Every country and people group is an opportunity. Our desire is to increase our impact with existing ministry partners around the world, and to leverage new partnerships as an opportunity to bring Jesus to countless others in darkness.
Download the booklet from the membership meetings
When God Works Upstream
Why Do We Need to Expand?
How Much Should I Give?
What’s That in Your Hand?
For every dollar we spend from our 2020 Vision Capital Campaign Fund on project costs, we’ll give 10% of that amount to/for humanitarian aid projects like the Syrian refugee crisis. Grace Fellowship Saratoga Campus Pastor Mike Adams visited refugee camps in Lebanon at the start of the 2020 Vision campaign. Here are some of his thoughts upon return.