Mission & OutreacH

From its inception, service and mission work have been an important part of Grace Presbyterian Church. 10% of our annual budget is set aside to be used in service to others. 

Take a moment to learn about the activities and organizations supported by Grace Presbyterian Church. We hope you will join us in some of these opportunities to reach out to those in need.

Round Rock Area
Serving Center

The Round Rock Area Serving Center is a non-profit social service agency and food pantry that serves Round Rock, Hutto and Wells Branch. In addition to the food pantry and Coats for Kids, limited financial assistance is also provided for rent, utilities, gasoline, transportation, temporary lodging and prescriptions. A thrift store accepts donations with the proceeds going toward purchasing food for the pantry.  Grace supports the RRASC through its budget, food and clothing drives, and Coats for Kids.

Learn more about the center by going to 



Hope Alliance is Williamson County's only resource center and emergency shelter for those affected by family and sexual violence.

Grace supports Hope Alliance through its budget, putting together welcome bags for new clients, collecting clothing items, and volunteering in the office. 


Learn more about Hope Alliance by going to https://www.hopealliancetx.org/

Grace Invests In Voigt

We offer support to Voigt Elementary School with the G.I.V.E. program which stands for Grace Invests in Voigt Elementary.

Grace supports Voigt by working directly with students as mentors or literacy partners.We also adopt families for Christmas, provide special treats and gift cards for the staff, and are involved with the PTA.

For more information on please contact Our Mission Team


Through unique peer-to-peer matching program and oncology visitation program, volunteers are able to help survivors and their caregivers regain a sense of control, reduce feelings of isolation, and restore hope.


Grace supports Regarding Cancer through our budget, making blankets for those undergoing treatment, and volunteering at infusion centers.


For more info about Regarding Cancer go to https://www.regardingcancer.org/


Manos de Cristo

Through a variety of programs and activities, Manos de Cristo, “Hands of Christ”, offers helping hands to those in need.  Its Dental Clinic, Food Pantry, Clothes Closet, and education programs enable people to walk on the road toward self-sufficiency. 

Grace supports Manos de Cristo through monetary donations, volunteers, and by selling tamales each Christmas.

To learn more about Manos de Cristo go to http://manosdecristo.org/

For more information on volunteering with Manos de Cristo, please contact Our Mission Team

Senior Access

People who are aging may experience many losses: retirement form work; changes in vision, hearing and mobility; death of a spouse, friend or family member. 

Grace supports Senior Access by driving seniors to appointments, serving as Care Ringers who call and visit with clients, as well at helping them with light home maintenance and yard work.

For more information on volunteering with Drive a Senior, please contact Our Mission Team




Twice a year blood drive through We Are Blood

Be the Church Day when our regular worship is replaced by hands on projects.

Caring Place-Support with our budget, workdays, and can drives

Trinity Care Center-Make Christmas gifts for residents

Youth Street Ministry-Put together hygiene bags for homeless youth

Annual mission trip for youth

Collect fans for Round Rock residents in summer

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance-put together Recovery Buckets and Hygiene Bags

Souper Bowl of Caring-collect cans for hungry

Write letters to deployed military troops

Write thank you notes to entire staff of Seton Williamson