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Guest Product Sales

Assist in the sale of guest speaker’s products.

Bonnie Grodberg
732.349.1550 x219
bgrodberg@graceandpeace.org

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Emergency Medical

Provides immediate medical care when needed. Appropriate medical training is required.


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@graceandpeace.org

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Parking Lot Ministry

Provides direction for parking during services and events.

Bill Villa
732.349.1550
info@graceandpeace.org

 
 
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Office Volunteers

Volunteer support for church administrative staff. Flexible hours. No experience necessary ;training provided.

Josette Kluender
732.349.1550 x211
jkluender@graceandpeace.org

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Connection Partners

A team that helps connect visitors to Grace and Peace via phone calls and letters, whereby our visitors can experience fellowship, support and the joy of service.

info@graceandpeace.org

732-349-1550 Ext 201

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Hospitality Room

 

Provides light refreshments for church leaders and guest speakers in a warm, friendly atmosphere before and after services.

GAP Office
732.349.1550
info@graceandpeace.org

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Altar Workers

Provides an opportunity for prayer for those who respond to an altar call; leading the lost to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; bringing believers to the baptism of the Holy Spirit and backsliders to vital relationship with Jesus.

 

Patricia Smith
info@graceandpeace.org

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First Communion

A powerful 8-week course for 3rd grade and up, which is foundational for understanding the Communion meal. Sundays at 10:30 am (February – April).

Led by Aundrea Menut
732.349.1550 x 201
 

This eight week Christian Foundation Class has been designed to give children an opportunity to be affirmed in their faith in Christ. During this time, they will learn about and review the Ten Commandments, the Apostles’ Creed, the communion meal and other foundational lessons. At the conclusion of these classes each year, a special “graduation ceremony” takes place in May during a Sunday morning service. Each child will receive a Bible, participate in a presentation about what they have learned, and receive communion for the first time.

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