Simply put, Grace Alliance Chapel is an Acts 1:8 church that wants to make followers of Jesus Christ “here, there, and everywhere.”  We are active in serving the needs of our immediate community, but are also financially supporting our brothers and sisters in Christ who are serving overseas as well.  Here are some of the workers through the Christian & Missionary Alliance whom we hope to continue to support!

To give to the Christian & Missionary Alliance – Great Commission Fund, please go here.

To visit the Metro District website, please go here to here.

 Mission Twenty-Five 35

Mission Twenty-Five 35

Rick and Tammie Romano – Dominican Republic

 Rick and his family have been in the Dominican Republic since 2012, serving with Envision through 2014 in the DR.  In the winter of 2014 he moved from Envision to Marketplace Ministries within the C&MA…at that same time he started his own non-profit organization called Mission Twentyfive 35. M25/35 is situated on 10 acres of land in the Cibao region where he has spent the last 2 years working: we have planted plantains and yuca, built a furniture/plastic recycling factory, aquaponics greenhouse, chicken coup, and purchased several goats.  His desire is to reach the least of these through job training, food/water, education, and medical.  Using these four foundations as ways to share the gospel, and meet the needs of people in remote areas of the DR.

Visit their website here

Rick joined us on Sunday, May 13, 2018 to share about Mission Twentyfive35.  

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Jeff and Melissa Singfiel – Kosovo

Jeff, Melissa, Madison, and Reilly have been in Kosovo since 2002 with the Christian & Missionary Alliance. In 2004, their team launched a community center and church plant in Gjilan, a city of 70,000 people.  During their six years in that city they saw many people come to Christ and a whole community begin to understand Christianity in a positive way.  More recently, Melissa has led the women’s ministry for Kosovo's evangelical alliance of Protestant churches. In Kosovo, women are often overlooked and underserved.  Melissa’s passion is to see women equipped and empowered to serve their families, churches and communities as they fulfill God’s unique calling on their lives. Jeff continues his leadership role in the growing network of evangelical churches.  He is involved in preaching, teaching, and discipleship ministries and has a passion for leadership development.     

Visit their website here



 We have the amazing opportunity to partner with Rowan College Intervarsity Christian Fellowship in welcoming and caring for incoming students with goodie bags. We will be collecting 25 of the items listed below to be put into a goodie bag for each student.  Click on the image above for more details.