Community Cafe is the primary outreach ministry of Grace Communion Nashville. Every Sunday, at 12:00 p.m., immediately after our worship service, at 1401 Lischey Ave. in East Nashville, we normally gather in the fellowship hall to eat a home cooked meal with folks from our neighborhood. Lately, we have been limited to carry-out meals due to the pandemic.
The purpose of this meal is to feed the hungry. There is no other motive and no other criteria. Anyone who is hungry and would like to sit down and eat with us is welcome to do so: rich or poor, believer or non-believer, all are welcome.
You are welcome to visit us just for Community Cafe and enjoy a free, home cooked meal!
Other outreach ministry projects we are involved with are:
- Supporting Crossing Borders missions to Mexico who helps various communities along the US border. In 2020 we helped provide over $900 to be used by a children’s home and an orphanage run by our GCI partners in Mexico.
- Collecting boxed and canned food items 2 times a year which are donated to East Nashville Cooperative Ministry. This ministry provides food boxes to neighbors who are in need.
- Participating in the Highland Heights Neighborhood Association and their community events and outreach. Visit their website http://www.hhneighbors.com
- Partnering with Trinity Community Commons, an outreach ministry of Trinity United Methodist Church which is located on the corner of Trinity Lane and Meridian Avenue in East Nashville. Among other service to the community they offer a free meal at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, Nashville Eats.