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Spring 2015 Newsletter

  Third Annual “Glow With Grace” Walk Brings Support from Local Officials   On Sunday, March 29, 2015, the Grace Center Inc. held its third annual “Glow with Grace” candlelit walk to raise awareness for its mission to help those in crisis on Cape Ann. Founding Executive Director Rev. Tom Bentley, opened the evening with […]

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Winter 2015 Newsletter

SAVE THE DATE! Third Annual Glow With Grace – Awareness Walk Join us for our third annual Glow With Grace Vigil on Sunday, March 29. Arrive any time after 6:30 pm at Gloucester High School for 7 pm to walk to the statue. Welcome our New Outreach Worker Rona Tyndall Ordained in the United Church […]

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Summer Newsletter 2014

Download PDF Here >> The Gratitude Issue My New Attitude of Gratitude We have all walked along the streets of major cities in America, and we have seen the increasing number of people who call those streets their home. In desperation they are struggling to survive. Most are suffering from mental illness. Many are addicted and […]

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Spring 2014 Newsletter

Download PDF Here >> Glow With Grace Event Successful in Every Way Gloucester is “America’s most compassionate town”. We saw this proven again when over 100 people g at h ered around t he fisher man’s monument holding blue lights of love and affirmation to honor the many men and women who have been helped […]

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Grace Center Newsletter – Winter 2014

Grace Center Receives Generous Gift on Eve of 2nd Anniversary Download Grace Newsletter January 2014 >> MIRACLE ON MIDDLE STREET: On Thursday, December 19, a $150,000 donation by Manchester resident Ralph Bates went a long way to ensure that the Grace Center, a Gloucester day shelter for the needy,will reach a fifth anniversary. This is a big […]

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Grace Center Newsletter – Fall 2013

Download Grace newsletterFall2013 >> On December 22, 2011, the Grace Center, Inc. opened as a day resource center with professional staff and volunteers. To date we have served 360 individuals. While we are proud to get to know and encourage individuals currently experiencing homelessness, we also continue to welcome the many older adults, lonely community members, or […]

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