Born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, Cathie has lived in this area for 31 years. She retired from Olivet Private School in 2013 after serving in administration for 19 years. Coming out of retirement to join the Grace Way Village staff, Cathie is passionate about the ministry’s focus of helping those in need through providing immediate necessities such as food and clothing, as well as providing opportunities that will assist them in the future through education and mentoring. Undergirding all her work is her dependence on her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Director, Matthew’s Café
Coming from Rockaway Beach, New York, Peggy has lived in Fort Pierce for eight years. Discovering Matthew’s Café, she volunteered for two years before accepting a staff position. She has a two-fold purpose for Matthew’s Café: Feed as many people as possible and to really help those in need in any way possible.
Third generation born and raised in Fort Pierce, Chrystal’s primary job is caring for her family. The Lord is her motivation for all she does. Her Hope’s Closet workroom’s verse is Colossians 3:23. Her greatest desire is that the clients served see a glimpse of the Lord’s grace from her.
Nancy has been involved in ministry and education for the last 36 years. Though she just recently moved to St. Lucie County, she has fallen in love with the area and the people. As a pastor’s wife, she has worked in administrative positions at several churches, serving alongside her husband. As an educator, she combined her gifts of administration with her love for children. At Grace Way Village, Nancy enjoys being a part of a ministry that reaches families and desires to honor her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, while she serves the clients and the staff.
Morgan Moore is a 5th generation Floridian and is a full time student at IRSC when she is not working. Having been raised in a family who has been involved in Christian community programs, she has a passion to help people. Morgan currently serves with Hope’s Closet.