Serving at Grace

We learn to serve by serving our own church family

In order to be relevant to our world we serve our community to meet physical needs. 

Our service provides an avenue for inviting others to experience God's transforming love, meeting their spiritual needs. 


Sunday mornings

Sunday mornings at Grace are put together by many loving hands.  There are several ways to serve on Sunday mornings.  Click on the name of the person in charge to find out how you can help.


Greeters: Alice Chow

Sunday children's programs: Elaine Wang, Steve Young

Prayer ministry: Susan Tam

Projection: Steve Wong

Communion preparation: Karen Young

Refreshments: Linda Tsui

Audio: Larry Tsui

Worship band: Steve Wong

Lectors, MCs, worship arts: Steve Wong

Junior high program: Duane Fowler

Senior high program: Linda Tsui

Community service

Events are listed in the Grace Calendar.  Click on the leader's name to find out more.


Women of Grace: Winnie Wong

Grace men's ministry: Kenny Tam

International students fellowship: Thursday evenings, 7-9pm. Oscar Suen

Prayer for Mountain View: 1st Thursdays, 11-noon, Plaza Conference Room, City Hall. Steve Wong

Global partnerships

We partner with people and organizations that are serving globally.  Contact Jusson Koo to find out more about these partnerships or about how you can help.

  • Bob and Grace shim

    Bob and Grace Shim are the regional coordinators for Covenant World Mission's work in Asia.  Bob is CWM's director for Thailand and Laos.  Grace is the interim director of Cornerstone Counseling Center.  Bob and Grace live in Chiang Mai, Thailand.  Click here to find out more.

  • Thai Word

    Joe Chongsiriwatana is a native of Thailand.  After being educated and then employed in the US, he followed God's leading to work in Thailand with ZOE International.  His heart to reach his fellow middle-class Thai with God's good news led to his founding Thai Word.  TW translates the Bible into contemporary Thai.  For the 2016 Christmas season, TW is currently preparing to distribute 35,000 copies of the Gospel of Luke in the form of a paperback called, "Prince of Peace."  Click here to find out more.

  • Beautiful response

    Caleb and Sonja Schut founded Beautiful Response to assist the work of Raising Up Hope in Uganda.  RUHU was started by two young men who were rescued from the streets of Kampala and wanted to offer that same hope to other street children.  RUHU has expanded from a single house to several houses and has several full-time staff who are surrogate parents to the children who live there.  Click here to find out more.