Family Promise Network – consortium of churches that provide housing for homeless families on a rotating basis. Contact Bob Garriott 859.344.9815
Ida Spence – support for the Ida Spence Mission at City Heights, Covington, KY Contact Bill Young 859.342.8957 or 859.331.9800
Sunday Night Live – a weekly event of community outreach at Grace that attracts 150 to 220 persons every Sunday evening. Contact Jim Fant 859.341.5330
New Hope Food Pantry – a once a month food pantry to help families at the end of the month that have run out of food. Contact Nancy Bay 859.442.5559
Grace Food Pantry – a food pantry at Grace that provides food for families in the Grace community; open in conjunction with Sunday Night Live. Contact Sally Ziedler 859.341.0237
Thanksgiving Baskets – about 137 baskets are distributed annually in the community from food and turkeys donated by the congregation. Contact Steve Tucker 859.341.0567
Christmas Baskets - 300 meals are distributed annually in the community from food and hams donated by the congregation. Contact Steve Tucker 859.341.0567
Upward Basketball – a spiritually based instructional basketball experience that reaches into the community. Contact Kelly Potter 859.341.5330
VBS – We offer sessions of Vacation Bible School (a morning, and an evening session at Immanuel, and an evening session at our New Hope Ministry Center). Our VBS ministry attracts hundreds of children, ages 5 to 10, who experiencing Christ in a fun creative way. A majority of the children are not from Immanuel. Contact Kelly Potter 859.341.5330
Recovery Inc. - a support group at Immanuel for those addressing emotional issues. Contact Margie 859.331.2701
People Working Cooperatively– support and volunteers for projects to help keep people, particularly the elderly, living in their own homes. Contact Jere McIntyre 859.331-7219
Immanuel Quilters – makes and distributes quilts to children at the Versailles Children’s Home. Contact Doreen Tingley 859.344.8733
Sewing His Love – makes various items for cancer victims and survivors. Contact Christy Rolf 859-912-1871
Tender Mercies – provides twice a month meals as outreach in Over The Rhine
Cinderella’s Closet – a now annual event in which qualified girls are provided with prom dresses, shoes and accessories so that they may feel special. Contact Erin Peterson 859.372.0823
A Child's Own Book - donates books for personal ownership to underprivileged children in the Northern Kentucky area who otherwise would not have books of their own. Approximately 5000 books are donated or purchased for these children annually. Contact Kitty Salter 859.512.7676 or 859.512.8585
Backpacks and Breakfast - a community program to provide inner-city children with backpacks and school supplies in August. Contact Jim Fant 859.341.5330
Pastor’s Helping Hand Fund – a ministry supported from special offerings during communion that provides emergency assistance to those in need. Contact Jim Fant 859.341.5330
Card Ministry – a group of volunteers that make and send cards to people both within and outside the congregation facing illness, death or other issues in their lives. Contact Theda Wilson 513.667.1560
United Ministries – an ecumenical community group that provides emergency aid to individuals and families in Kenton County. Contact Becky Ewing 859.727.0300
TREC – Teen Residence Experiencing Christ – a prison ministry for young me. Contact Ky Web 859.331.9178
AA – Alcoholics Anonymous -- several support groups at Immanuel for those addressing the issues of addiction.
Russia Mission Partnership – Immanuel supports the St. Peter and Paul United Methodist Church in Voroenzh, Russia both through work teams and financially.
Click HERE to find out more information about our sister church and Pastor Igor Volovodov.
Click HERE for more information about the General Board of Global Ministries - Russia Intiative.
Ghana Mission Partnership – Our primary focus is on supporting the Gongwer family through the Mission Society. We also support the Reading Town Library and Methodist Faith Healing Hospital in Ankaasse with our financial gifts and periodic work teams from Immanuel.
Click HERE here for more information about the Gongwer family.