Grace Ministries and Ministry Partners

Butterfly Gifts

Butterfly Gifts is a one-time financial donation gifted to an organization, project, or ministry. A request form is submitted to Outreach outlining how the funds will be used, how they fit into the Grace mission and how many people will benefit. Upon approval the amount is deducted from the Outreach budget and forwarded.

Chaplains on the Harbor

Building the “Freedom Church of the Poor” in Grays Harbor County.


Food Bank and Extended services in North Kitsap County

Grace Liaison: Bridget Berry

Fresh Start Monday Shower Project

Located at Faith Episcopal Church in Poulsbo, unsheltered guests are offered a warm welcome and may have access to a shower, a load of laundry, a hot meal, fresh clean clothing, and access to a “food to go” pantry. There is an ongoing need for small propane tanks for camping cook stoves.

Grace Liaison: Kathleen Abell

Helpline House

Serving the needs of our local Bainbridge Community

Kitsap Immigration Assistance Center (KIAC)

KIAC’s mission statement is: “Recognizing the inherent worth and dignity of all people, KIAC works for the well-being and empowerment of immigrants through education, advocacy, and social justice.”

Click here to watch a video about KIAC.

Grace Liaison:  Marguerite Thomas

Peace Trees Vietnam

Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and Quảng Trị Province, Vietnam the organization is is dedicated to addressing the legacy of the U.S-Vietnam War through mine action, community assistance, and citizen diplomacy. In partnership with Vietnamese leadership and local communities, Peace Trees safely clears land of explosive remnants of war and supports community-led education and economic development initiatives so that future generations can thrive.

Grace Liaison: Jerilyn Brusseau, co-founder and member of Grace

Super Suppers

Super Suppers provides a special way to connect with our community, both inside and outside of Grace. On the last Friday of every other month, Grace volunteers prepare and serve dinner at Eagle Harbor Church in Winslow. Meals are free of charge, and everyone is welcome to be our guest. We cook and serve at EHCC because our guests live primarily in the downtown Winslow area and do not have transportation to get to the North end of the island.

Would you like to be a part of this ministry of serving? We begin preparing our meal around 3 pm Friday and serve at 5 pm. We never know exactly how many guests we'll have, but it's usually between 30 and 45.

Two weeks before our serving date, a sign-up email is circulated. For more information or to be added to the Super Suppers email list, email Cindy Logan.

There is no commitment for a regular sign-up. We have a planning meeting each January, and you can participate on any Friday you're able.

As anyone who has helped in the Grace kitchen knows, there is a lot of fun and goodness that comes from preparing and serving a meal together. We have a wonderful core team, and we share a meal when we finish. It's a very special time to get to know each other better and share ideas.

Fun Fact: Sponsored by the Bainbridge Island Interfaith Council, Super Suppers is one of Grace Church's longest standing Outreach programs – it's been going for more than 20 years!

Grace Church serves the last Friday of every other month

Grace Liaison: Cindy Logan

Resettlement With Grace, (RWG)

Outreach is currently exploring a new ministry partnership with a group of church members with interest in becoming a Private Sponsor Group through the new U.S. State Department program, Welcome Corps. RWG has the goal of settling two Afghan refugee families in Kitsap County in 2024.

Grace Liaison: Kathy Deasy