FCS Urban Ministries: focused community strategies

 

Get Involved

Get Involved

Donate

FCS Urban Ministries strives to be a conscientious steward of every resource entrusted to us. We are careful to see that each gift goes directly to the individual or program that its donor intends and that all contributions directly support our mission of bringing hope to those in need. FCS is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. Thus, all donations, both monetary and material, are deductible for tax purposes.

To make a donation, select a ministry and click the Donate button. If desired, you may enter a comment during the payment process.

To contribute on a monthly basis via credit card or electronic funds transfer (EFT), please complete this form and mail it to our office.

Volunteer

FCS Urban Ministries welcomes volunteers to serve within our collective. We host volunteer projects on the first Saturday of each month. These projects are open to individuals, families or groups. Projects are varied based on volunteer skills and change seasonally. To learn more about volunteering, click here or contact Kerry Wilkerson, FCS volunteer coordinator.

Come for a Visit

Due to a steady stream of inquiries, FCS hosts an Open House several times a year. You will hear an array of perspectives, ideas and strategies. Interact with Dr. Bob Lupton and FCS Directors, experience a neighborhood tour, and enjoy selected workshops on community development. For more information, please contact Katie Delp.

Internships

FCS Urban Ministries has a partnership with Georgia Tech for paid student internships and co-ops. Current, full-time students at Georgia Tech interested in interning with FCS should contact Katie Delp for more information.

Going deeper

We’re eager to learn from you, share what we’re learning in our context or speak to your group. Personal consultation is available for a daily rate with Dr. Bob Lupton or Leroy Barber.

For more information, please contact Katie Delp

 

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Revisiting Wealth

by Bob Lupton

 

Wealth.  A sign of God’s favor. At least that’s how it was viewed in Old Testament times.  Wealth was equated with prominence, influence, leadership, and yes, even righteousness.  Consider… Continue reading

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