Hear WHY we’re helping churches serve schools and HOW we’re doing so.
Check out these local church-school partnerships that have been in existence long before we have! (Do you have a local story to tell? Let us know!)
What began as an annual extreme makeover project has now become a 365-days-a-year partnership that has powerfully transformed both church and school.
You don’t have to volunteer with students one-on-one. Serving teachers can also be incredibly meaningful and significant.
Bill has been tutoring 2nd graders at Housman for over 20 years! What a beautiful way to really get to know and love our neighbors.
Teri has become like a second mom to her mentee, and we’re loving the positive ripple effect of mentoring relationships throughout the entire school!
Mentoring makes a difference!
Each of us has a need to be known and heard—including our kids! Check out this beautiful mentorship story from Klein ISD.
A caring adult really can make a difference. Check out the difference Mr. Johnson has made in just 2 years. Thanks to Klein ISD for sharing this story!
Be|Undivided resources church-school partnership movements across the country.
What if there was a movement of churches across the nation showing up to serve our public schools in humility and respect, out of love?
See what happens when Oak Pointe Church in suburban Detroit engages its members and the community to go ALL IN for Cody High School.
When churches partner with businesses for the sake of our kids and communities, incredible things happen. Check out this Portland story.
Seven years after SouthLake Church in Portland, Oregon started serving at Roosevelt High School, they are still there—learning and growing along the way.
Thrive Collective empowers students and schools to thrive by mobilizing students, parents, and communities to partner with schools for transformational change.
As part of SchoolPartners.NYC’s #WeServe campaign, Thrive Collective partnered with NY CityServe, the Luis Palau Association, World Vision, and neighborhood churches to serve eight elementary schools.
“By themselves they weren’t necessarily capable of achieving what they see before them. They could achieve a piece of it, but it was other people who helped them identify the fullness of what they could be.” — Sam Wisneski, Creative Director, Thrive Collective
Cy-Hope is making life better for kids in Cy-Fair.
This might be the most clear and compelling call we’ve seen about why and how churches should serve our local schools.