Sunday Gatherings: 9:30am & 11:00am

Local Ministry Partners

Serving Locally

Jesus said that the world would know that we are His followers by the way we love. Taking that love to other states and other nations is critical and usually gets lots of attention. But we often overlook loving those next door, down the street, or around the corner. Our Community Impact efforts are aimed at loving those closest to us.

Appalachee Baptist Association
The Appalachee Association is a family of 38 churches and church plants, as well as three ministry sites. Their task is to nurture harmony in faith and practice; nurture fellowship among churches and church members; call the churches to be on mission; provide resources and services to churches and leaders; train, develop and encourage church and associational workers; and establish and maintain appropriate communication and relationships with the community and the denomination. Visit website»

Bright Beginnings Preschool
Bright Beginnings strives to provide a quality education from a Biblical perspective that leads families and children to a relationship with Jesus Christ. Bright Beginnings is a ministry that meets on our church campus on weekdays.
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Christian Learning Center
The Walton County Christian Learning Center (CLC) is a SACS and CASI accredited school with locations adjacent to several schools in the county. They teach elective courses based on biblical principles.
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Father Care Ministries
Father Care Ministries aims to restore and empower all people by strengthening their lives and their relationships with God and each other. They accomplish this through providing prayer and counseling services to the broken hearted, afflicted, hopeless, poor and needy people in Walton County, GA, the nation, and the world.
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
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Fish4Kids distributes over 2500 sack lunches each day in the summer to low-income communities in Walton county. This is a great opportunity for families to serve together.

Four Winds Ministry
Four Winds exists for the purpose of showing the love of Jesus Christ to helpless, hopeless, and hurting people of Walton county and surrounding areas by being the hands and feet of Jesus. They accomplish this by identifying and helping to meet the actual emotional, physical, and spiritual needs in their lives through programs in health, wellness, rescue, recovery, and Christian compassion.
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Heart 2 Heart Ministries
Heart 2 Heart works with Walton County DFACS and Walton County Foster Care Association to provide support for foster parents and foster children throughout the county.  Two specific annual projects are the provision of backpacks for children before the new school year begins, and the Christmas party, where every child’s Christmas list is given to individual sponsors who provide gifts for every child.  A dinner and party is celebrated in the FBCL Gym during the Christmas season.
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Pak-a-Sak Weekend Program
Within our local public schools, there are numerous families identified as homeless by school counselors. Our Pak-a-Sak program helps provide nutritional items to these children when school lunch isn’t available.
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Path Project
Path Project offers after-school programs for children in local low-income neighborhoods. It is their desire to empower children growing up in mobile home parks to find their path to high school graduation and God’s plan for their future. Service opportunities include tutoring, mentoring, special events, and more.
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NG3 believe that lasting and positive change comes through meaningful relationships. The vision of NG3 is to facilitate character development and small group mentoring in local schools. NG3 stands for Next Generation 3. The 3 represents Character development, Community service and positive Change.
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Shepherd’s Staff
Shepherd’s Staff meets the basic needs of families in our community by providing food, clothing, and housing assistance. There are opportunities to volunteer in the Community Food Bank, Bible studies, client intake, and much more. Shepherd’s Staff desires to facilitate permanent change in the lives of Loganville residents in crisis. By meeting basic human needs first, our clients can refocus energy on permanent changes in their spiritual, financial, and emotional lives with our help. 

True North Recovery
At TrueNorth the central focus is Jesus. Why? It’s simple. You can stop drinking and drugging and still be miserable. But we believe that a genuine relationship with Christ brings true peace and joy. You don’t have to believe to attend. The only qualification is that you have an honest desire to never drink or drug again. Ever. Join us every Sunday morning 9:30am. We’ll study a parable from the Bible—a simple lesson Jesus used to make even the most difficult truths easy to understand. Enjoy free coffee and donuts while you listen to live music. You’ll also have the opportunity to share your story with others that have walked the same road. 

Uplift Sports Ministry
Uplift Sports helps athletes develop physically and spiritually by combining high-level, sports-specific training with sound, biblical teaching and character building opportunities. 

Uniting Hope 4 Children
UH4C is a faith-based, non-profit organization that recruits, trains, and encourages foster families. Their desire is to place abused and neglected children in safe, loving homes where they are taught the love of Jesus. 

Women’s Health and Wellness Center
WHWC provides compassionate care, practical help, and accurate information to women and men experiencing unplanned pregnancies. Ministry opportunities include prayer teams, client advocates, intake and evaluation facilitators, hotline counselors, mentors, Hope Closet volunteers, Earn-While-You-Learn Program facilitators, prenatal and child development instruction, Bible study leaders, financial partners, administrative support, fundraising, and public awareness.