THE CHURCH UNITED.
THE CITY FLOURISHING.
We are a multi-cultural, multi-denominational movement of churches who are partnering together to see the people of our communities flourish. We long to see the next generation of youth and their families thriving in every area of life – spiritually, physically, vocationally, socially, and educationally. Churches are working closely with community members and leaders in order to see this vision realized.
LOCAL CHURCHES &
ALL PEOPLE ARE
IMAGE BEARERS AND
UNITE IN ACTION
Below are some examples of how Unite churches and community leaders are working in their cities. Action will look different in every community based on listening to the community voices. However, most action will flow out of the following dynamics:
Individuals who steward their influence, gifts and assets for the well-being of the community.
Mobilizing churches and groups to action through synergistic partnerships.o
Advocacy that encourages systemic change at a root level.
In Duluth, bi-lingual men and women partner with their local school to translate during parent-teacher conferences and other important events. Student. Parent. Teacher. School. Community. All working together to support the next generation reaching their God-given potential.
In Lawrenceville, churches are partnering with a local non-profit and are mobilized into action in the surrounding community – seeking to learn about the assets and challenges the community faces so that together, they can determine the best ways to bless community. The church approaches hesitantly but humbly, and as a result, the community embraces with open arms. The seeds of long term relationship and gospel witness are planted.
In Chamblee/Doraville/Brookhaven, 10 churches are partnering together with community stakeholders to understand and promote inclusive, affordable housing in their community. City leaders are working to create incentives and zoning to encourage affordability.
A City Flourishing Catalyst is seeking to be a catalytic agent that mobilizes diverse churches towards collaborative relationships in order to see profound and significant kingdom change take place. The collaboration of churches results in much greater impact than any one church can do on its own.
A substance that enables a chemical reaction to proceed at a faster rate or under different conditions than otherwise possible.
Men and women who love the church, the community and the outworking of the Kingdom of God.
Provoking Kingdom change through:
Discovering: Gifts and Assets. Challenges and opportunities. Stakeholders and Existing engagement.
Building: Relationships. A team. A plan. A movement.
Mobilizing: Synergistic Partnerships. Strategic engagement. Tangible Blessing.