We are passionate about serving our community and consider it our privilege and responsibility to bring hope to this city we love so much. We believe in choosing a redemptive view of Memphis, and it's our privilege to partner with great organizations that are already making an incredible difference in our city. When we combine our strength and resources with their expertise and influence, we can have a greater impact.

  • Suicide: The Ripple Effect Wednesday, June 6, 2018
    One of our Celebrate Recovery members is hosting a local screening of the documentary “Suicide: The Ripple Effect”  at the Malco Paridiso on June 26 at 7:30pm. &...
  • SERVE OPPORTUNITY: Memphis Union Mission This Sunday, May 27 Thursday, May 24, 2018
    We will be down at the Memphis Union Mission on Sunday, May 27 at 4:30pm blessing the men at the mission with a meal and the Word of God. God is moving throughout this city and lives are being change...
  • Dia del NiƱo Festival Tuesday, April 24, 2018
    In Mexico and most of Latin America, it’s customary to celebrate children with a big festival. In keeping with this tradition, Las Americas would like to invite you to Dia del Niño - a...
  • Testing at Overton Tuesday, March 27, 2018
    Are you interested in exploring Serve Local opportunities at Overton? Check out this easy test drive! Overton is in need of proctors for the upcoming TNReady testing from April 16 through M...


Meet our partners in ministry



Agape is a Christ-centered ministry that advocates for the physical, spiritual, and psychological needs of children and families. It maintains a special commitment to serving under-served and/or disenfranchised populations and communities. It currently serves nearly 10,000 children and families each year in an effort to keep them safe, smart, and successful through school-based initiatives and place-based services in under-resourced communities, counseling, homeless services, and adoption and foster care.



Asha's Refuge has a heart to help fill the gaps disadvantaged and vulnerable refugees experience in their resettlement process. Many of the refugees they serve have a disability, an illness, are elderly, are parents with multiple children, are preschoolers in need of an educational head start, are uneducated, have no job skills, do not speak English, are young adults at risk for human trafficking or other crimes, are single parents, or are widows. Refugees facing these challenges often take longer to achieve successful resettlement, and that's where Asha's Refuge comes in.



The mission of the Binghampton Development Corporation is to improve the quality of life in the Binghampton Community. As a community-oriented and faith-backed entity, the Binghampton Development Corporation is working to be an instrument of God’s love to reach those in economic oppression.



Christ Community Health Services has health clinics strategically placed in Memphis communities that, over time, have become deficient in resources and services. Residents in these communities lack access to quality healthcare, and Christ Community is standing in the gap, delivering quality healtchare and spiritual healing.



For the Kingdom is a Christ-centered organization which seeks to inspire and impact inner-city youth with the gospel in a safe and fun camping experience.



Life Choices is on mission to empower and educate women to choose and cherish life by offering a loving, non-judgmental medical center for women who find themselves in an unplanned, unexpected pregnancy. Their services include STI testing, pregnancy testing, counseling, ultrasound, and post-abortion counseling – all for free. They are also a licensed adoption agency.



The mission of Memphis Athletic Ministries is to help build godly youth in under-resourced neighborhoods by teaching them to love God, love others, and love themselves. Their vision is to develop youth into Christ-centered, productive adults, positively impacting their families and neighborhoods.



Memphis Family Connection Center seeks to strengthen adoptive and foster children, their families, and their support systems by addressing the far-reaching effects of loss and trauma. It provides counselors, therapists, and practitioners who are equipped to offer holistic hope, healing, support, and care to children and families.



The Memphis Union Mission ministers to the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of men, women, and children who are homeless, addicted, and in crisis, helping them to become disciples of Christ and self-sufficient members of the community. On the fourth Sunday of every month, Highpoint sponsors a meal and worship for the men of the Memphis Union Mission, and we need people to help cook, prepare, and serve the food.



Ministry of the Heart was established as a non-denominational organization dedicated to reaching the lost by preaching the gospel in local homeless shelters, community youth programs, and correctional facilities.



My Town Miracles’ mission is to make an impact in the communities it serves by being a miracle to one individual at a time. Through love and generosity, it brings the lasting change and hope needed in individuals and families.



Through our adoption of Overton High School, many serving opportunities and mentoring relationships have developed through committed Highpoint individuals pouring their lives into students and teachers – loving them toward God and success.



It takes a village to raise a child, yet there are more single parents in our city than ever before. We want to come alongside those who carry that responsibility by supporting them and serving them well. This fall we are accomplishing this through some fall yard work! Single parents, sign up below for more information and to sign your yard up to receive service, and everybody else, sign up below to lend a helping hand! 



Su Casa Family Ministries welcomes the stranger, bridging the gap between first generation Hispanic immigrants and resident Memphians. They identify the felt and actual needs of the community and recruit volunteers to engage those needs and minister through teaching and caring for both adults and children, helping them to thrive in the new culture and calling on them to be good neighbors.