Worship Celebration

Sunday | 11 a.m.


Sunday School

Sunday | 10:00 a.m.


Prayer Gathering

Tuesday | 12 p.m.


3879 N. Port Washington Road Milwaukee, WI 53212







Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday

10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

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What's happening at Grace?

Andrew Calhoun, Ed.D., ThM, MDiv, MS

... is a native of Tennessee. His protestant faith tradition includes Pentecostal, Baptist,  Non-Denominational and has provided ministry in interdenominational and military settings.   

As a writer, he has been published in Urban Ministries and Minister Resource Guide and has conducted seminars at the several national conferences on the subject of community service, program planning and leadership.  As a certificate teacher and instructor in liturgy, Christian education, practical theology; he is a trainer in Marriage Prep, Winning With Encouragement, Church Planting, Personal Leadership, Team Building, and Marriage Enrichment.  He has recieved numeous awards for community service and leadership over the past 30+ years. 

Brenda Calhoun, RN, MSN​

... has provided over 30 years of stellar performance and expertise in the world of nursing and ministry.  


She is active in the church and Milwaukee community helping to bring awareness to the various issues and needs of inner city residents.  Most notable include the Joy House, Milwaukee Rescue Mission, Feeding America, Foster Care, Save the Children, World Vision and community outreach.  In 2009, she organized a weekly student tutorial program with the help of UWM graduate students to assist over 50 youth in K-12 schools to achieve academic success.   In 2010-2013, she organized the Total Women Conference in Milwaukee, which brought together women from around the nation in an effort to strengthen and to address the needs of women today.  She is a member of the Milwaukee Chapter of NAACP and the Wisconsin Black Nurses Association.  She was recognized for her community initiatives with the 2011 Black Excellence Community Leadership Award by the Milwaukee Times and the 2012 Walking in the Spirit Award from Eta Pi Beta Sorority.