Our mission is to reach out to the community and show God's love. We want to show people that our God is a God of love and mercy and they don't need to feel ashamed or condemned.
Our call is to touch lives and change hearts by recruiting, training and mobilizing members of our community to impact the world for Jesus.
Michael Pilmore is a man with a passion for the lost and for the nations of the world. With over 25 years of experience in the ministry; Mike is a proven and seasoned minister of the Gospel. He was first licensed to preach in 1986 and is eagerly pursuing the call of God to bring the good news to people all over the world.
Mike’s passions include flying, riding motorcycles, water sports, playing music and spending time with his family. He has been married to his wife Kim since 1989 and together they have two young sons.
His Grace Church is changing the world one person at a time. We are touching lives and changing hearts.
On January 1, 2017 His Grace Church Inc. transitioned from a ministry and started a new church when a local Pastor retired from an existing church. All assets were transferred to HGC with a core group of 30 people to start new.
Our mission over the years has not changed. It is
His Grace Church Inc. has functioned in a multiplicity of roles as an organization in its almost 20 of existence.
His Grace Church was founded by Michael & Kim Pilmore in 1998 and began holding services as a church on the 1st Sunday of October 1998. The mission was to equip and train its church members to advance the Kingdom of God and train people to live Godly lives.
In 2008 the organization shifted its focus from its primary directive to train and equip the church. His Grace Church stopped having church services and begin hosting events within the community that impacted and reached people outside of the church walls solely through outreach events as a charitable organization.
The organization primarily worked with members of the public-school system along with the business community to ensure that as many children as possible in low income homes had the necessary resources needed to learn in the classroom.