Jesus stood on the side of the marginalized, welcoming people with the good news of justice, peace and a world transformed by Love!
Grace House (gracepeople.org) is a community of friendship, direction, authenticity, service, and a home away from home. It may seem on the surface that our welcome is just a cup of coffee but really, our welcome is hope. Hope is needed in a world that seems fraught with division and hope is needed in the lives of Georgia Tech students. Hope that they will see the other side of a looming midterm, hope that at some point a social life will return, hope that all this hard work is going to be worth it, hope that one day they might have time to sleep, or hope that there is someplace they can still go to get a free cup of coffee, a smile, and for someone to ask “how’s your week going?”. We want to live into that hope for students in all that we do.
We’re a Lutheran and Episcopal campus ministry welcoming people from all backgrounds. All means y'all, and all y'all are made in God's image. We are a community of queer people, people of color, and people of varying abilities, and we value and welcome people of ALL origins, gender identities, sexual orientations, socioeconomic standings, family statuses, abilities, and faiths.
We cherish your identities and do not want to change you.