Partnerships

…and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the earth” – Acts 1:8

One of the ways we work to fulfill the Great Commission at First Alliance is through our Partnership Ministries. We have partnerships both close to home and on the other side of the world.  Through these partnerships the people in our congregation are able to take the weight of their kingdom influence and wield it in a place where thy might never be able to go.

Our Partnerships

Lexington, Kentucky
Russell Cave Church of Christ

Located in North Lexington, Russell Cave serves a diverse number of racially ethnic families. We contribute to their clothing distribution giveaway to their neighborhood twice a year. We also supply tutors for an after school reading program to help neighborhood kids improve their reading and vocabulary skills.

Ways to Volunteer

  • Clothing distribution volunteers – to sort clothes, set up the event, and assist neighbors with their shopping
  • Spanish interpretation
  • Building maintenance
  • Reading program
  • Leadership development

Wellington Elementary School

Wellington, located not far from our church, serves a umber of International families. We hope to assist these families in a variety of ways throughout the school year, but most notably through an emerging ESL class to help parents learn English and enable them to get jobs.

Embrace Church

Embrace is an inner city church serving the unemployed and underemployed. Our youth are involved in their Monday night outreach service, and we have donated supplies to their ministries, including their Common Good Christmas Store.

Booker T. Washington Elementary School

An inner city school that has a 100% free lunch program. We collect needed supplies throughout the year, and provide Christmas meals and nonperishable foods for some of their families to help through the holidays.

Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa
FATEAC

FATEAC is an Alliance Seminary located in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. The mission has been clear from the beginning: contribute to the blossoming of an authentic Christianity in contemporary Africa by giving students a solid biblical and theological education to prepare them for diverse evangelical ministries while keeping in mind African realities. Our church took a collection to help build a second dormitory at the school, so more students could take advantage of living on campus and experience Christian community. We plan to continue to help support the growth of this school.

Ways to Volunteer

  • Building dorms
  • Teaching at seminary
  • Language aquisition
  • Leadership development

Guinea, West Africa
Hope Clinic

Hope Medical Center is a medical/surgical center in the southeastern region of Guinea West Africa. Your partnership, prayers, and help will provide affordable care to some of the earth’s poorest people. The Hope Clinic sees between 60-100 outpatients a day. The dental office sees around 40 people a month. Each patient at the clinic hears about Jesus. Our church sends a mission team to the Hope Clinic on a recurring basis, both for medical missions and building maintenance.

Ways to Volunteer

  • Medical Missions
  • Translator
  • Building maintenance