Apartment Life‘s mission is to transform the lives of apartment residents by fostering environments where residents can build authentic friendships and develop lasting community.
Hope partners with Breakfast of Angels at Westminster Presbyterian Church, serving breakfast to homeless men (and occasionally women) every third Wednesday of the month from roughly 6-7 a.m. The ministry started well over 20 years ago, and is one of the longest running mission projects of Westminster Pres. It is an honor to serve, encourage, and meet guests. The name of the breakfast comes from Hebrews 13:2: “Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it.”
In 1996, a diverse group of concerned citizens came together with a vision to found a non-profit, Christ-centered school in Charlotte’s urban core. Their task was to provide quality education and moral teaching to low-income urban children; their hope was in God’s protection and provision to make it happen. Brookstone opened its doors in 2001 and has grown steadily to become the flourishing ministry it is today.
Spend a year with the Charlotte Fellows and discover how the Gospel helps you answer critical, life-defining questions and shapes the way you think about and engage your city, your career, your local church, and your personal relationships.
Founded in 1938, the Charlotte Rescue Mission has a long history of reaching out to the homeless and those battling addictions. Over the years, the Mission has been located in several different uptown Charlotte buildings and has been called several different names, but their commitment to serving the homeless and sharing the gospel of Christ has never changed.
The Men’s Shelter is dedicated to providing safe emergency shelter while working to end homelessness for each man. Their vision is to serve as the catalyst for systemic change to end homelessness in our community.
Project 658 seeks community transformation through the powerful work of Jesus and we are committed to serving families in greatest need in our city and around the world in ways that that are practical, sustainable and burden lifting. They believe that the only way a community is transformed is by putting Jesus at the center and allowing his work to bring change. Their goal is to bring hope back to these communities that feel lost, forgotten, and in despair. The goal of Project 658 is to see hope restored.
Samaritan’s Feet shares hope with children in the U.S. and around the world by washing their feet, giving them a new pair of shoes, and helping them believe that their dreams can come true. They believe that a new pair of shoes can be a tangible foundation of hope to a person in need.
UrbanPromise reaches younger children through after-school and summer programs and raises high school leaders who are employed as mentors in these programs. Their ultimate goal is to restore community as a new generation of young leaders affects social, economic, and spiritual revitalization in their neighborhoods and the city of Charlotte.