Outreach at Christ UMC

July & August Outreach Ministry Focus


GraceWorks was established 26 years ago by a group of concerned Williamson County citizens and faith leaders who sought a comprehensive, collaborative solution to the complex issue of poverty. Our founders recognized that local low-income residents had diverse needs – food, clothing, housing support, and financial assistance – yet, most area nonprofits and churches focused on only one or two services. By pooling church resources with private and public sectors, GraceWorks has been able to offer wraparound services to a large number of individuals and families in need, closing our more recent fiscal year having served 16,823 unduplicated Neighbors.


GraceWorks’ communal approach to charitable work is expressed in our mission statement: Neighbor serving Neighbor, by the power of God’s grace. GraceWorks is comprised of a 17-member Board of Directors, 38 staff members and an average of 250 volunteers serving onsite each week.

For more information or to check out how you can get involved, please CLICK HERE.


Christ UMC Outreach Ministries


Nicaragua Project

Nicaragua Project is a community to community outreach program of Christ UMC that seeks long term relationships in Nicaragua. The Project supports "Centro Alternativo Projecto 19 de Julio" ,a local school in Managua, Nicaragua.


Raise The Roof

RTR develops high-quality education centers, provide community health programs, create income generating opportunities, and grow alongside local leaders in three districts of central Uganda.


Miriam's Promise

Miriam's Promise stands in the gap, building bridges through crisis preganancy counseling and child placement services.

Project Transformation

Project Transformation's mission is to transform local communities by engaging children, college age young adults, and churches in purposeful relationships with leadership development and after-school and summer camp programming.


Center of Living and Learning

The center for Living and Learning is a private non-profit residential supportive living facility for housing adults who have experiences with severe and persistent mental illnesses.


One Generation Away

One Generation Away distributes healthy foods to families throughout Middle Tennessee that currently do not have access to food sources due to economic and physical barriers.

Upcoming Outreach Events at Christ UMC

Habitat for Humanity

Each year Christ UMC sponsors a build day with Habitat for Humanity. Habitaty mission is to provide affordable housing for qualifying families. For 2021, our spring build day was May 22. Our next build date with be Saturday, Oct 1, 2022. Please mark your calendars now. Youth 16 and older can volunteer with a parent and everyone over 21 is welcome. 20-30 volunteers are needed to build and to help provide food for volunteers and HFH families. We will have more information available this summer and will begin registration in July.


For more information contact:

Cal Cobb 




Laura Robertson