Is your church ready to explore more deeply how to be family and neighbor to one another?
If so, we're ready to walk alongside you in that journey.
Often understaffed and overwhelmed by the needs of our current members, most churches do well just to make the hospital visits and the casseroles for those whom we know. Our "neighbors," though, are all around us, not just in our pews.
The Center for Family and Community Ministries offers a multitude of resources designed to help you individually and as a church to think about these questions:
Walking Alongside is a rich resource of materials to help you begin, strengthen or sustain the community ministries of your congregation. Resources are available in the following formats:
As part of the Strengthening Congregational Community Ministries grant, Dr. Gaynor Yancey, Professor of Church and Community with the School of Social Work, teaches the Urban Ministries Class as an elective in the fall semester at George W. Truett Theological Seminary.