At Grace Point, we are passionate about fulfilling the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations (Matt. 28:18-20). 

We are called to freely share the Gospel through words and actions. 

God wants the whole world to hear the Good News through ordinary followers of Jesus like us! 

Below is information about our global missions initiatives at Grace Point. More information coming soon!

Got questions about missions at GP? Email Joan Zeberlein, Director of Hospitality & Missions at jzeberlein@gracepointpa.org

Our ACTS 1:8

We believe that God has commissioned each of us as individuals and as a church to be witnesses in:

  • Our Jerusalem - in our local church and community
  • Our Judea - in our Lower Bucks County region
  • Our Samaria - Philly/Metro Area
  • Ends of the Earth - globally

At Grace Point our missions and outreach opportunities are strategic to help us focus on key areas of ministry and work in our "Acts 1:8" circles of influence.

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” 

(Acts 1:8)

OUR global FOCUS

FOCUS is an acronym that stands for First Priority, Objectives Oriented, Collaborative, Untapped Potential, and Strategic. 

This means that our FOCUS will receive first priority among our missions projects and new initiatives, and when communicating about our missions endeavors, our FOCUS takes priority. 

The basis of our FOCUS is that it is a partnership with strategic goals and objectives to help meet key ministry needs both here at home and overseas. We hope that our FOCUS will be an opportunity for everyone in our church (regardless of your experience and/or skillset) to be involved in missions at a deeper level for significant Kingdom impact.


The FOCUS Selection Team worked for many months evaluating each of our current missions initiatives, interviewing missionaries about a God-sized vision they have, looking at current and potential global connections, reflecting on prior events and initiatives that had great energy and momentum, and closely analyzing our church’s DNA in the areas of ministry, make-up, and missions history.

After our survey trips, careful analysis and much prayer, it was clear that God was leading us towards Lebanon and the multi-faceted ministry opportunities there that include outreach to Syria. Our team made solid connections with other like-minded churches and explored various ways that we could partner together. 


There are lots of opportunities to get involved with our ministry partners in Lebanon and through the Kinship Network

We anticipate that this will include things like evangelism, providing assistance to refugees, teacher training, medical teams, camps and other children’s ministries, business development, music ministries, building projects, encouraging our partners, internships of various types, and most importantly praying for our partners and the believers in Lebanon. We will also be pursuing ways to encourage and support the persecuted Syrian church.

One of our major ministries will be prayer. The believers in Lebanon and Syria want to know that Christians from the West care enough to intercede on their behalf as they face trials because they boldly declare themselves as Christ-followers.

looking for more FOCUS info?

On Sunday, January 5, 2020 we announced our FOCUS selection and welcomed special guest, Austin Delgado, Outreach Pastor from Riverstone Church in Yardley, Pennsylvania. You can watch a special interview with Austin here.

Watch for updates as we gather more information, trip dates, and prayer requests and determine specific objectives and define our partnerships. If you’re interested in learning more about how you can participate with our FOCUS, you can contact Denise Nichols, 

FOCUS Team Leader by email at focus@gracepointpa.org.

In the Spring 2020 we will have an official FOCUS Launch weekend with an opportunity to meet at some of our ministry partnerships and hear about upcoming FOCUS projects and opportunities.

You may also read our Frequently Asked Questions and 21 Days of Prayer guide.

other Short-Term mission Projects

Short-term trips and projects are great opportunities to get started in missions. Each of our projects contribute towards the long-term goals of our global partners and help develop the vision and skills for those who participate. Our projects vary in length of time, cross-cultural intensity and spiritual challenge. Students are invited to participate alongside adults in cross-cultural, multi-generational ministry.

Previous short-term projects have included:

  • Navajo Nation, New Mexico
  • Naples, Italy
  • Cochabamba, Bolivia
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • East Asia
  • Central Asia

Check back soon for upcoming trips!