Community Ministry Partners
AWPC, A Woman’s Pregnancy Choice, a non-profit women’s care organization, provides life-affirming choices by offering faith-based support and compassion, while encouraging self-respect for those experiencing pregnancy or related concerns. AWPC offers help and hope to women and men facing a crisis pregnancy –because every life is worthy. Faith Covenant Church partners with AWPC through bottle drives and support at fundraising dinners.
Arabic Ministry focuses on the needs of the Middle Eastern community, especially newly arrived immigrants, offering English (ESL) and Citizenship classes. Arabic Ministry meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 12 noon.
Contact Wafa Qusous for more information.
Sometimes the scope of poverty can feel overwhelming. While no one can do everything needed to address poverty, everyone can do something to help. In an effort to be of help, Faith Covenant Church partners with CARES (Community Action Resources Empowerment Services). Each month different items are collected and delivered to the CARES food pantry. For more information on CARES, go to caresfh.org
City Cov Tutoring
Tutoring at City Covenant/Mission City: Join us on Monday evenings during the school year as we partner with City Covenant Church to provide homework help and tutoring for elementary school students in the Brightmoor area of Detroit.
For times, more information, or to be part of the ride share to City Covenant, contact Lynne Wasiak.
More information on City Covenant Church: citycovenantchurch.org
Covenant Community Care
Faith Covenant Church partners with Covenant Community Care, a faith based charitable non-profit Community Health Center, serving the people of Metro Detroit, and that seeks out, heals, and strengthens over 20,000 people every year through services like medical, dental, OB-care, behavioral health, and vision. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), offers integrated medical, dental and behavioral health care to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay.
More information at covenantcommunitycare.org
Hope and Healing
Hope & Healing meets weekly Thursdays 1:30-3:00pm at Faith Covenant Church. The group is led by our Faith Community Nurse and is open to anyone experiencing ongoing health challenges.
For more information, please contact MaryEllen Hopfe, RN at firstname.lastname@example.org
Faith Covenant Church partners with Life Challenge, a one-year residential recovery program for men and women with drug, alcohol, and other life-controlling addictions. In addition to recovery ministry, Life Challenge seeks to help men and women turn from their self-destructive ways and put their faith in God. Life Challenge has campuses in Detroit and Flint. More information at lcministries.org.
North American Japanese Outreach (NAJO) works to share the message of forgiveness and new life in Christ with Japanese nationals on work assignment in the United States. In an effort to accomplish this mission, NAJO works to reach the Japanese community in several different ways using the Miyamotos, our Japanese missionaries.
SHOUT (Sharing Hearts Openly, Understanding Truth) is a free, confidential, and Christ-centered support group for abused women that offers healing from this damage. If you’re looking for a safe, supportive environment that can free you from the past and help you move towards understanding and healing from abuse (sexual or otherwise), SHOUT is for you.