Birch Pointe
The Grace Naz family provides a weekly worship experience for the residents and staff of Birch Pointe Health and Rehab (3705 S Jefferson Ave.  65807). 


Hope’s Table 


Members of the Grace Naz church family who are experiencing financial hardship may receive food and hygiene assistance on the second and fourth Sundays of each month at 10:00 a.m.  The number of items a person may receive is determined by how many individuals are supported in the home.  


Those living in the Springfield area who do not regularly attend Grace Naz may purchase grocery items at very low costs once per month during our Market hours.  Individuals or families experiencing severe financial hardship may participate in our WayMaker Program, allowing them to acquire grocery items from Hope’s Table Market at no cost.


There are times when individuals or families may need help affording basic needs that are in addition to food and hygiene products.  Hope’s Table has begun a matching grant program that will match a person’s contributions, up to $50, for various needs:  eye glasses, child’s school fee, or other miscellaneous needs that occur so a family may function more easily within their community.  Of course, these scholarships are available only as funds are available. 
If you would like to apply for a matching scholarship, please click the button below and follow directions on the application page.


This is an exciting new arm of our Hope’s Table ministry that promotes community, imagination, creativity and productivity. 
The mission of Handmade Hope is to, “Partner with God in freeing individuals from the systems that perpetuate poverty and perceived helplessness, by igniting God-given imagination and turning hobbies into hope.” 
With God’s help and a bit of teamwork, monthly classes and workshops will be offered, allowing Handmade Hope students to learn new skills and produce high-quality, handmade gifts to be sold through a variety of platforms (online, craft markets, Fall Festival, etc.) in order to generate additional income for the participant. 
Handmade Hope students who commit to taking a class & assisting with sales and advertising, will be permitted to participate at Hope’s Table Craft Market at a tremendously reduced booth fee.  
*Our first “Handmade Hope” was offered on Tuesday, February 4, 1:00-4:00 PM on creating natural skin care products.  Classes on different skills are scheduled for the first Tuesday of each month.  Limit 8 students per class.  Grace Naz church family and Hope’s Table guests are invited to participate.
Check out our current selection of natural, hand-made skin care products.  ALL PROCEEDS ARE USED TO RESTOCK HOPE’S TABLE MARKET. 
LifeBuilders Ministries provides Christian community and well-being to low-income apartment and housing properties in Southwest Missouri.  Grace Naz partners with LifeBuilders by providing ministry volunteers, resources, and special annual events (such as block parties & summer day-camps). 
Potters House
Potter’s House is a non-profit, faith-based ministry that provides a safe place for university students and young adults to congregate, while receiving friendship and a connecting point to the love of Jesus Christ.  Potter’s House is directed by Steve and Berna Proffitt, with great help from their associate director, Samson.  Grace Naz provides annual financial support as well as dedicated volunteers to assist with student Bible studies and mentoring as well as just handyman help with various projects around the campus.
Redemption (@ the Well)
The Well Redemption provides a high-impact worship experience and ongoing resources for those struggling with addictive behaviors and emotional hang-ups.  Grace Naz partners with our sister church, The Well, in providing volunteers and ongoing support.  To view their Friday night online worship or to learn more about Redemption @ the Well, please join their Facebook Group.