April 19, 2015

Welcome to Grace Gate

Grace Gate exists to provide free, quality and timely health care with the love of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit through competent and trained volunteers for the medically under-served in a compassionate environment that promotes the healing of mind, body and spirit. To join our mailing list, please click here.


Greetings from Grace Gate Staff, Volunteers and Board of Directors

We are so grateful for each of you and your contributions to Grace Gate.   We all have something in abundance to share, whether it is time, money, relationships or a special talent.  When we each offer what we have in abundance to use together with the gifts of others, we are living the parable of the mustard seed.  We make a powerful impact—emotionally, spiritually and financially—to those in need.

Your gifts impact the lives of people beyond what can be seen or measured.  People who come to Grace Gate are often without hope and have severe health issues.  These people are renewed by our compassionate staff, our knwoledgeable group of medical personnel, and the power of prayer—all made possible because of YOU!

YOU are the difference between hurting and healing for the persons who come to Grace Gate.  We are grateful for your help and invite you to continue your partnership with this ministry through your gifts of prayer, time and money.

Please consider making a gift to Grace Gate this year.

Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.”  (1 Peter 4:10)



  • Habersham County’s population: 43,056
  • 10,765 are uninsured (1 in 4)
  • 6,200 are at or below the federal poverty level or 14.4%
  • 20,000 do not attend church (according to unpublished reports)
  • Most of the 46 million uninsured Americans are in working families and do not have access to employer-sponsored health insurance.
  • 8 out of 10 uninsured people live in low or moderate-income families.
  • Most low- and moderate-income uninsured adults are not eligible for Medicaid.
  • Medical expenses are the leading cause of bankruptcy.
  • Lack of access to timely care causes more than 20,000 uninsured American adults to die prematurely each year.