Our History

The property that hosts Grace Way Village was originally the location of the First Presbyterian Church. In November of 2006, the church merged with Indian River Presbyterian Church. It was determined by the leaders of the church to use the property on Hartman Road in a way that would bring assistance to the community, focusing on those most in need. The underlying need addressed by the programs of Grace Way Village is poverty, affecting many individuals and families on the Treasure Coast. Many of our neighbors not only live without proper clothing, food, and shelter, but also live without the tools and resources necessary to obtain financial stability and security.  Believing it a priority to support the local nonprofits that are currently helping our neighbors, each program at Grace Way Village is unduplicated anywhere in St. Lucie County.

In determining a name, the heart of the mission needed to be emphasized. Hence, Grace Way Village was born. Helping without judgement, our programs help provide a way to health, sustainability, and security.

Becoming independent, Grace Way Village has support and involvement from across the Treasure Coast, including a number of churches. Indian River Presbyterian Church honors us by continuing as one of the supporting entities.

Currently there are four programs within Grace Way Village. You are encouraged to learn more about them by exploring this site. The community’s support is vital to Grace Way Village, both through financial and volunteer support, as well as continuing donations of clothing and food. If you want to learn more or help by giving of your time, abilities or finances, please contact us. Please do not hesitate to refer Grace Way Village to those in need. We care greatly, desiring to help all we are able.