Our Work

Kingdom Partners

We partner with these local organizations to serve our neighbors.

Whether you’re looking for a unique volunteer opportunity or a new “good cause” worthy of your donations, here are the local groups with which we have strong relationships.


Building a United Interfaith Lexington through Direct-Action (BUILD) is an organization of 20 religious congregations in Lexington.  Some local areas have nearly 40% of residents living in poverty. Through congregation-based community organizing, BUILD empowers people to make positive changes for their neighbors. https://cdlex.org/build

Point Person: Adam Jones


Lexington Leadership Foundation (LLF) serves as an intermediary. It connects diverse partners to tackle difficult issues for people in Lexington. Through initiatives such as the “Fatherhood Initiative,” and “Urban Impact,” this group aims to change the city for God. https://www.lexlf.org/leadership-foundations

Kentucky Refugee Ministries

From job placement to citizenship classes, KRM programs support refugees in their journey to rebuild their lives. Over 80 resettlement staff of caseworkers, ESL instructors, immigration attorneys, and more work together in Louisville and Lexington to welcome refugees from all over the world. https://kyrm.org/

Point Person: Adam Jones

Hope for Congo

Hope for Congo’s mission is to maintain a Children’s Home in order to provide basic needs, education, love and care. The group works to de-traumatize war affected children placed in its care and prepare them to be productive citizens. https://www.hopefordrcministries.com

Point Person: Alex Favor

Participation Station

Participation Station is a peer-operated center.  It is the first of its kind in Kentucky!  The group works collaboratively with mental health service providers and consumers recovering from mental illness to strive towards a meaningful, enriching life. All services are fun, fulfilling, and free! https://www.namilexington.org/about/

Point Person: Vallis Pennington

Our children’s ministry includes:

  • “Kids’ Life” — our Tuesday night activity. It’s like church for kids! It includes singing, a Bible lesson, and games.
  • Backpack Ministry — an ongoing supply of food to children in need at Wellington Elementary School
  • Back to School Store — Just before school starts, we offer school supplies to neighborhood children in need.
  • Vacation Bible School — Each summer, we hold VBS for one week. Due to the pandemic, plans are still being discussed at this time.

During the pandemic, we offer two Bible study options:

  • Central Kentucky Recovery Center: in-person Bible study for residents conducted by Pastor Jones on Fridays at 8:30 a.m.