Category Archives: Ministries to Refugee’s

Church World Service of Greensboro

What: Church World Service is a non-profit agency that was established after WWII. It’s an international organization that has various programs such as the CROP walk, international relief and refugee resettlement. Our local CWS Greensboro office only has the Refugee … Continue reading

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Guilford County Schools (Volunteering)

We a North Carolina Baptist highly encourage our members to volunteer in our local schools as test proctors, teachers aids, child mentors, lunch buddies, cross walk helpers, transportaion helpers, after school helpers etc. Anyway that we can invest our time … Continue reading

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World Relief

World Relief’s mission is empowering the local church to serve the most vulnerable. Over and over, we are amazed by the courage of the people we serve. Their commitment and initiative drive World Relief’s work. World Relief works alongside churches … Continue reading

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Karen Refugee Church (Burmese)

In 2007 Friendly Avenue Baptist Church opened their hearts to co-sponsor a Burmese Karen refugee family coming to America under the US Refugee Resettlement Program. Little did they realize at the time in God’s providence that this would lead to … Continue reading

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Burmese Refugee Ministry

Epoch Greensboro Church has a Burmese Ministry that assists Burmese refugees. They learn English; get jobs, access food, clothing and shelter in Greensboro. Epoch members share Jesus Christ through Bible Study and Worship.  Twice weekly tutoring sessions are given to … Continue reading

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