We work with the following ministry partners in the Greater Springfield area by convening the body of Christ through training/strengthening, collaborations, networking, prayer and grants.
Representing the hands and feet of Jesus by building relationships with people in need through compassionate engagement, providing basic needs and education.
Assisting individuals and families in overcoming homelessness by providing diversion, prevention, rapid housing assistance, and housing and emergency shelter.
Following Jesus' guidelines by providing hot meals to those in need - "What you do for the least of my brethren you do for me."
Wherever there is a need in Springfield, The Salvation Army is there to meet it, with services for children, families, disaster survivors and others lacking food, clothing, shelter or other essential resources.
Counseling individuals and families toward emotional, relational, and spiritual healing and networking them with effective community resources.
Reaching current inmates with the Gospel to help reduce recidivism and become more productive citizens.
Providing 24/7 residential housing and programming for women coming out of trauma and/or substance abuse, empowering them toward healing and wholeness, and equipping them for quality living.
Committed to social justice; strengthening families, individuals and our community through prevention, intervention, education and coaching.
Good News Jail & Prison Ministry is the largest independent supplier of chaplains for jails and prisons worldwide, serving in 22 states, 1 American territory and 25 countries.
Inspiring and equipping relationships to thrive using timeless values and skills to see family trees and organizational cultures forever changed.
Empowering families and providing hope by working hand in hand with the community to education youth and families to make healthy, long-term life decisions.
Father Love: encouraging and enabling fathers to become better Protectors, Order keepers, Providers, and Stabilizers (POPS) of their families.
Reaching urban families with the love of Christ through after school programs, a food and clothing pantry, a family style meal ministry, a ministry house, and a community garden – all free to the community.
Partnering with the courts and our community, H.O.P.E. provides support, training, and positive role models for young people in need of guidance and direction.
A community-based mentoring program geared toward matching 5th – 12th grade Clark County youth with a caring, trained adult who is will is willing to share a part of their life with a young person.
Helping city school students grow in healthy directions spiritually, educationally, socially, and physically, through church partnerships and programs.
Young Life: Inviting 7th to 12th graders to pursue an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ through Bible studies, relationships, discipleship, and ridiculous fun. Young Lives: Empowering teen moms to make positive choices, set and achieve goals, and live a future rooted in Christ.
Engaging students spiritually while cultivating their leadership skills through service ministry courses, all school service day, and individual service projects.
A Christ-centered learning community that exists to educate students of Christian families and prepare them for God's calling.
building experiences for children in our community.
Southwest Ohio Preparatory Academy, led by Rodrick Pierce, is a 501(c)3 faith-based basketball academy located in Springfield and designed to provide young men with positive sports programming to help prepare them for post-secondary opportunities.
Offering a combination of workshops and seminars as well as personal consultations to train ministries on a wide range of non-profit organizational issues.
We are offering training sessions throughout the year that focus on a variety of topics to help you optimize your life and increase your impact on the community.
Addressing the moral, ethical, and spiritual needs of business, professional, and government leaders through one-on-one and large group gatherings.
Investing deeply in one south Springfield block at a time, building upon each neighborhood’s strengths and goals to create a flourishing community.
Furthering the development of our communities by facilitating opportunities for individuals to unite together and create positive change.
Born out of a vision Luke Snyder received to aid in transforming the City of Springfield. Four local properties are on track to serve as hubs, including a central space to facilitate neighborhood programs, transitional housing for those looking to improve their current situation, a community center for gathering and accessing essential services such as laundry facilities and missionary housing for inner-city ministers.
Seeking to be known by our love of dance, but moreover, by our love for people and our community.
The Nehemiah Foundations thanks the many corporations, foundations, and churches that financially support our mission to address common concerns, find common ground, and make a common impact in our community. To join the distinguished list of those who are committed to bringing spiritual and societal transformation to Greater Springfield or to learn more about giving opportunities, please contact us.