Our church body is jumping into action to bless each other and our community during this Covid-19 crisis. Check back to find additional ways to be involved.

Dates and oil drive for families in clarkston:

Grace families, we have another opportunity to bless our friends in Clarkston. Our goal is to collect 100 boxes of whole, medjool dates and 100 bottles (48 oz.) of vegetable cooking oil Thursday, May 14 to bless 50 families in Clarkston. Please see the video below for more information. If you would rather donate financially, please text keyword “Date” to 770.637.0191.

Drop-off:
Grace Snellville, behind main building
Thursday, May 14, anytime from 7am-7pm
Look for signs and collection boxes

Thank you for blessing families!

For Grace Village and Indian Creek Elementary
When: Friday, April 17 from 3-7pm
Where: Drop-off front parking lot, Grace Snellville 1400 Dogwood Road, Snellville Ga 30078

Here’s another opportunity for our Grace Community to be part of a larger “Cause”!

Indian Creek Elementary is centrally located in Clarkston, GA, and is just minutes from the Grace Village. In our recent conversation with Principal Brown-Bryant, she noted that of the 940 elementary students at Indian Creek, 50 were in need of a tablet or laptop to make the transition to digital learning at home. In addition many of the families that engage with the programs and services at the Grace Village are also encountering the same need.

So here’s where we get to help!
If you or your family has a laptop or tablet that you would like to donate you can drop it off at Grace Snellville. Our goal is to collect 60 devices to help Indian Creek Elementary School and the Grace Village!

Laptop/Tablet Details:

  • Each device should be able to connect to a wifi signal and run an internet browser (internet explorer, chrome, firefox, safari) without interruption.
  • Each device should be in working condition and should come with the charging cord.
  • Devices should be wiped clean with all information, passwords, and user accounts, removed. Watch video instructions below or download instructions.
  • Following safety guidelines, sanitize devices (with a disinfecting wipe), then load in a plastic bag while WEARING GLOVES.
  • At this time we are not accepting desktop computers or smart phones.

We can also pick up the devices.
Please go to the Grace Snellville Assistance Exchange and fill out “An offer to help” form. Under details, please list that you are donating a tablet or laptop that needs to be picked up.

Our plan is to deliver these devices by early next week. Thanks in advance for your generosity!

If you any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kamal Sajja, Missions Pastor, at or at 678-446-2416 or Lisa Eastland at or at 404-502-4868.

Assistance Exchange:

Get Help: Members of our congregation and our community are invited to enter personal needs that have arisen during this crisis. Give Help: For those who can, we encourage you to either choose a need to meet, or list help you are able to give. Click here to access the Assistance Exchange online form.

Laptop/tablet drive:

Update: Thanks to those who donated their devices, we met our goal of 60 laptop/tablets for Indian Creek Elementary and Grace Village! THANK YOU to everyone who donated and to volunteers/staff who collected and provided tech support! For more information, please contact .

For Grace Village and Indian Creek Elementary
When: Friday, April 17 from 3-7pm
Where: Drop-off front parking lot, Grace Snellville 1400 Dogwood Road, Snellville Ga 30078

Here’s another opportunity for our Grace Community to be part of a larger “Cause”!

Indian Creek Elementary is centrally located in Clarkston, GA, and is just minutes from the Grace Village. In our recent conversation with Principal Brown-Bryant, she noted that of the 940 elementary students at Indian Creek, 50 were in need of a tablet or laptop to make the transition to digital learning at home. In addition many of the families that engage with the programs and services at the Grace Village are also encountering the same need.

So here’s where we get to help!
If you or your family has a laptop or tablet that you would like to donate you can drop it off at Grace Snellville. Our goal is to collect 60 devices to help Indian Creek Elementary School and the Grace Village!

Laptop/Tablet Details:

  • Each device should be able to connect to a wifi signal and run an internet browser (internet explorer, chrome, firefox, safari) without interruption.
  • Each device should be in working condition and should come with the charging cord.
  • Devices should be wiped clean with all information, passwords, and user accounts, removed. Watch video instructions below or download instructions.
  • Following safety guidelines, sanitize devices (with a disinfecting wipe), then load in a plastic bag while WEARING GLOVES.
  • At this time we are not accepting desktop computers or smart phones.

We can also pick up the devices.
Please go to the Grace Snellville Assistance Exchange and fill out “An offer to help” form. Under details, please list that you are donating a tablet or laptop that needs to be picked up.

Our plan is to deliver these devices by early next week. Thanks in advance for your generosity!

If you any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kamal Sajja, Missions Pastor, at or at 678-446-2416 or Lisa Eastland at or at 404-502-4868.

General giving:

Update: From mid-March to mid-April, we set aside 10% of our offering to help meet the needs of our community. The total amount was over $30k (this is in addition to 15% that we have always given to missions). We are thankful for the generosity and faithfulness of our church family!

Community Resources Unaffiliated with Grace Snellville

United Way 2-1-1 (link): We are an information and referral service. We gather information on community resources and refer you to the resource best suited to meet your needs. Currently, our digital platforms will give you the fastest service. You can search here online, or download our 2-1-1 app to access our searchable database of resources. You can also text GACovid19 to 898-211 to receive a list of available resources or text 211od to 898211 to receive a list of referrals based on your zip code.

FoodFinder (link): FoodFinder is a safe, secure and award-winning mobile and web app that gives food insecure children and their families a way to find free food assistance programs quickly.