Double Dog Dare Challenge - September & October 2023

Be the hands and feet of Jesus in September and October…. 

After an intensely hot summer, we thought it would be great to begin our Fall 2023 Church in Action program highlighting Tyler Moffett’s Your Kingdom Come in My Relationships July 16 sermon.  Tyler reminded us that God’s greatest commandments are Love God and Love our Neighbor and they are forever intertwined! He called on each of us to put our Faith into Action and love our neighbors as ourselves in our local community.  


There are so many ways to love our neighbors. With so many people struggling today, we have this great opportunity now to be the hands and feet of Jesus. The possibilities are endless!


What is the Holy Spirit calling you, your family, your small group or any group of Grace Fellowship friends to do? It doesn’t need to be complicated or burdensome! Here’s a link to a list of ideas to help your team get started! Additionally, our Missions team can help you with other ideas and/or get connected to one of our faith-based partners where you can meet one of their organizational needs.


Missions will provide up to $500 for equipment, supplies, and materials for your community projects through our Double Dog Dare program.  We also have a block party trailer (suitable for a group of 50-100 people), a tool trailer and several enclosed and open bed trailers that can help you with your community service projects. 



Questions: Email 


 …. asking Jesus, “Which commandment is the most important of all?” Jesus answered, “The most important is, “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater than these.” Mark 12:28-31 

Love in Action: Prayer, Share and Build

Saturday, September 30

The Hangar Unity Center, 4010 4th Street, Brookshire        

8:30-12:30pm (Prayer and Share Team)

8:30-3:00 pm (Build Team) (come and go as your schedule permits)


Join us at The Hangar for a powerful morning of worship, prayer and community blessings! 


Our prayer and faith share team will mobilize out into the Brookshire community ministering to the many broken families that need the Good News of Jesus! We will open with group worship and a brief training, and then form small groups to walk the various neighborhoods praying for people and ministering with them.


We will also be partnering with Fort Bend Ramps to bless a special needs family in Brookshire by building an access mobility ramp. Fort Bend Ramps provides access ramps for families that otherwise could not afford them. This precious gift is life changing for these families and gives enhanced mobility in their daily lives! No tools or special skills are needed for serving with the build team.


Both teams will come together and end the sharing time at 12:00pm at The Hangar with a hot dog lunch and debrief.


There are a variety of volunteer opportunities with this event … be part of the worship team, join in praying and sharing with the community, grill and serve hot dogs, or help build an access ramp.  Whether you sign up for the prayer or the build team, you will be serving the Lord and helping us reach our goal of touching 1,000 in our community for Jesus!


Please pray over this serving opportunity and register to be a part of our team today! 



Questions? Email



Prestige Learning Institute’s Fall Festival

Saturday, October 21, 11-1:00pm (set up starts at 8:45am)

PLI Offices, 6565 Rookin Street, Houston 77074 (Sharpstown area)


Please invite your family, friends, and small group to volunteer with us in supporting PLI’s first Fall Festival. This is a fun, family-friendly serving opportunity for your entire family!


Will you walk with us as we seek to have honest, meaningful interactions with men, women, and children from the immigrant and refugee community? Through food, fellowship, and fun, you will have the opportunity to display the love of God to those who do not know Him. We pray each person leaves the Fall Festival encouraged, knowing we love and pray for them.


We will need help setting up, greeting and mingling, station attendants (games, food and drinks), tear down, photography and much more! Please go to the sign-up sheet below for specific serving opportunities and associated serving times.


Also, please note, PLI will provide 2 online pre-event training opportunities (optional) to equip you for cross cultural ministry and an overview of the program.


Grace Fellowship is a House of Prayer for All Nations!



Questions? Email


"For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God

prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them." Ephesians 2:10


Neighborhood KidZ Club’s Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 28, 4:30-6:30pm (setup at 4pm)

Hunters Place Mobile Home Community

2800 Katy Hockley Cut Off Rd., Katy 77493


Be a blessing to over 500 families in the Hunters Place community and all the surrounding communities!  We are sponsoring a fun Trunk or Treat event to celebrate all the kids in the community! 


Come spend a few hours with the kids as they gather treats from all the trunks and work their way around 6 stations of various Fall crafts and activities! This will be a highlight event in the middle of NKC’s Fall Bible Club and Homework Help semester where they are focusing on Creation and Noah. 


We would love to have your families come out and help us set up, greet and mingle, help the kiddos at the craft stations and, most importantly, love on and fellowship with the families in the community. Your younger children can participate in the fun too!


This is a great family-friendly, service opportunity for your entire family.


REGISTER NOW to help with the Fall Crafts and Activities.


CONTACT Jennifer @ to be a part of the Trunk or Treat part of this program.


Questions? Email –


We would love for you to learn more about and to pray over this ministry. 

The vision of the ministry is to change hearts, change minds, and change communities. 

This is accomplished by teaching the children God’s word, His love for all, and His mercy and grace. 

Please go to to learn more.


“Go everywhere and tell the Good News to everyone.” Mark 16:15

Garden of Grace Sweet Potato Harvest

Saturday, November 4, 8:00-11:00am

Grace Fellowship Campus


Happy Fall Y'all!  To celebrate this wonderful season, please join us Saturday, November 4, from 8:00-11:00am (come and go as available) at the Garden of Grace for the third annual sweet potato harvest!


Last year, we harvested over 600 pounds of sweet potatoes for families in need in the Katy community.  After harvesting, the sweet potatoes will “cure” for two weeks, so they will be ready just in time for Thanksgiving!


In addition to harvesting sweet potatoes, we will be planting, weeding and mulching our winter vegetables. There may be additional garden activities as well.


Please bring gardening gloves if you have some. We’ll have plenty of snacks and water for everyone.  Due to the type of work involved, this event is for volunteers ages 15+. We are happy to sign off on service hours for students.


We are so blessed at Grace Fellowship with a garden that in the past 2 ½ years has produced over 33,000 pounds of produce for the Katy Christian Ministries food pantry and other under-resourced people in the Katy and Houston communities.




Questions? Email

Bridges International Harvest Party
Saturday, November 11th, 6:30-9:00 pm
Grace Fellowship Porch


Come saddle up and serve alongside Bridges International introducing new international students to God's love and southern hospitality at their 4th annual "Harvest Party". We guarantee lots of fun including square dancing, country music, mechanical bull riding, hayrides, autumn-themed foods, games and many more activities!

This is a great opportunity to welcome the nations and demonstrate God’s love and hospitality in a fun-filled way! Please be sure to wear your favorite western wear too!

There are so many different ways to serve… serve on the décor team and create a fun western-themed venue, cook hamburgers and hot dogs, be a greeter and table host, help with a student activity, take the students for hayrides or introduce them to cooking s'mores and so much more!

This is a family-friendly serving opportunity, all ages are welcome!


Questions? Email

Double Dog Dare Challenge


DDD is the perfect tool for our small groups or other ministry serving teams to adopt their own local community service project and access up to $500 for materials, supplies, and/or equipment to complete the project.

Submit your proposal to receive reimbursement for up to $500 to complete a service project!



1) Small group members must pay the bill/make the purchase upfront & then turn in the paid invoice/receipt to be reimbursed. NOTE: You may not purchase gift cards.

2) DDD projects are intended as a local community outreach, NOT for Grace Fellowshippers as the recipients. If you know a Grace Fellowshipper in need, have them contact our Care Ministry at

Be the Church and glorify Him by making a big difference in someone's life!

Questions: Email  

Click Here to Apply for a Double Dog Dare

Welcome to The Garden of Grace!

Share the blessings of Grace Fellowship as we cultivate our garden to provide fresh produce to the under-resourced in our community.

We have delivered more than 10 tons of fresh produce to Katy Christian Ministry’s food pantry, Houston Welcomes Refugees, refugee families at Prestige Learning Institute, and YMCA International. We are blessed to be a blessing!

Volunteers are needed for general harvesting, weeding, mulching, and planting! Please pray over volunteering just once per month, your contribution will make a huge difference to the Garden of Grace. Garden crew workdays are every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7:30-10:30AM.  Come and go, as you are able. *High school age or older, please.

Our garden is located on our main campus at 2655 S. Mason Road, Katy, TX 77450. Follow the signs!





 "The Lord will open the heavens, the storehouse of his bounty, to send rain on your land in season and to bless all the work of your hands." Deuteronomy 28:12

Missions Equipment

We are blessed to be able to offer our Grace Fellowship members or regular attenders access to missions equipment for mission trips, to love on our neighbors, create or promote local evangelism opportunities, support community events or local ministry partner organizations, and/or facilitate small group community service projects. Equipment must be reserved and can only be used for ministry outreach purposes.


Missions’ equipment includes a mission’s truck equipped with a hauling package, open bed and enclosed cargo trailers, tool trailer (supports construction-based event) and a Block Party Trailer.  The Block Party Trailer easily supports an event for 50+ people with picnic tables, serving tables, shade umbrellas, coolers, grill, griddle and shade canopies.  We also have a prayer station, portable sound system, toddler bounce house, signage and many other items to make an outreach successful.


Serve With Local Missions

Come and be part of a missional small group that glorifies God by blessing our community and the Nations!

I Am Interested in Serving!