1106 Colonial Road, Memphis, TN 38117
White Station partners with many organizations in our community. The goal of these partnerships is to provide Christ-like service throughout our community. Many of these organizations also provide services back to our members, as well as giving our members a place to volunteer and to get involved in service opportunities.
Below are just some of our community partners. You can click on their logo to find out more about each of their unique missions in the greater Memphis area.
Agape is a Christian-based organization which provides children and families with healthy homes in the regional area through community restoration, homeless services, mentoring, foster care, adoption, maternity services and counseling.
Agape partners with us to provide our members with counseling services. Contact a minister for more information.
HopeWorks, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to serve the poor through outreach programs that develop individual worth, encourage personal responsibility and promote the honor and value of work. By implementing a holistic approach through daily classes and meals, educational training and spiritual counseling, HopeWorks strives to break the cycle of crime, addiction and irresponsibility that traps so many in our city.
SOMA, located just a half of a block off campus in the Christian Student Center, is the campus ministry for the University of Memphis. SOMA's mission is to seek the truth of Jesus Christ, spread the love of Jesus Christ, and share the life of Jesus Christ.
Our commitment to the Harding School of Theology began in the 1958 when Harding University moved its theological school to Memphis. Since then we have supported HST in its mission of challenging Christian leaders to develop “deeper faith in God and higher standards of ministry and scholarship." While we share many of the same goals as HST, we recognize that our work with an institution of higher learning enables us to participate in God’s work in a unique way that would not otherwise be possible.
This partnership with HST has been beneficial in many respects. HST faculty and staff serve as shepherds, ministry leaders, and Bible class teachers, in addition to lending their expertise in other areas. This allows us to launch and sustain relevant ministries that are informed by rich theological reflection. In addition, this relationship provides our members with access to the School of Theology library and the option to audit courses for a nominal fee. Our missionaries, apprentices, and campus ministers have all come through HST. This partnership allows us to experience the energy of seeing men and women commit themselves to a brief time of training as they join God’s mission throughout the world.
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1106 Colonial Road | Memphis, TN | 901.761.2007