The Latest: Winter 2017
Updates on Transformed & Transforming
It’s not too late!
You still have time to plan a summer volunteer trip. Consider volunteering with your church at one of these sites:
Staten Island, NY
Build transformative relationships at Project Hospitality, an interfaith agency committed to caring for people struggling with addiction, HIV/AIDS, and homelessness in NYC.
Bayshore Christian Ministry
East Palo Alto, CA
Help raise up the leaders of tomorrow in an urban neighborhood at Bayshore Christian Ministry, where you’ll serve, teach, and play games with the youth at this vibrant ministry.
Reformed Church of Highland Park
Highland Park, NJ
Many communities are still recovering from Hurricane Sandy. Serve with the Reformed Church of Highland Park and see how they help families rebuild while leading other effective social ministries in their community.
Mile High Ministries
Join Mile High Ministries in their vision to transform Denver into a city where families transcend poverty, the marginalized are raised up as leaders, and children thrive.
Jicarilla Apache Reformed Church
Come alongside Jicarilla Apache Reformed Church as it brings the hope of Jesus Christ to people on the Jicarilla Apache reservation through a Bible camp and community service projects.
“You can’t get through this department without having faith.”
—NYPD community affairs officer Latoya McLeod, on the hard work of community policing. Read more about the relationships being built between the community and the NYPD.
The numbers behind Transformed & Transforming
An online tool allows you to explore what’s happening with Transformed & Transforming. At a glance, the dashboard shows how many churches are involved. You can also find out what churches are taking part in the initiatives that most interest you. Thinking about trying something new in local mission, for instance? With just a few clicks, you can see the churches in your region that are strengthening their local outreach. Start exploring at www.rca.org/transformingdashboard.
Nearly half of RCA churches grew in 2015. Read about one of them here.
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