- Thursday, March 12, 12 p.m. - Pastor's Lunch for Hope for Worcester (Living Word Church, Worcester, MA)
- Tuesday, May 5, 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. - Pastor's Brunch for Route One Ministry (The Journey Community Church, Worcester, MA)
- Every Thursday (Starting March 5), 3-5 p.m. - 10-Week Bible Study by Clearway Clinic (Worcester, MA)
- Every Last Wednesday, 5:30-6:30 p.m. - Community Pasta Supper (St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Hopkinton, MA)
- Every Third Thursday, 12 p.m. - Prayer Meeting At Mayor's Office (Worcester, MA)
- Every Thursday, 8-9:30 a.m. - John 17:23 Pastoral Support Group (The Abbey Of The Way, Worcester, MA)
Clearway Clinic is a non-profit Massachusetts licensed medical clinic serving Worcester County since 2000. Clearway assists with accurate medical information and important facts so pregnant women can make an informed decision. They are not an adoption agency, an abortion doctor or an obstetrical medical practice. If you are planning or considering a pregnancy termination, Clearway is your best next step instead of Planned Parenthood.
Emmanuel Gospel Center strengthens Christian leaders to serve urban communities. EGC believes the Church is God’s chosen instrument to bring His life and presence into our communities. Their work is designed to support what God is doing through His Church in Greater Boston. EGC takes time to learn how the city, the church, and their related systems are changing; they connect with the people involved to build strong working relationships; and they equip where it is most strategic, providing teaching, training, tools and resources for effective ministry. EGC strengthens the Church’s ability to leverage change that helps build urban communities.
Hope for Worcester is a community, faith-based organization whose purpose is to provide a network of resources, services, and community events offering help, hope, and assistance for the residents of Worcester County. Hope for Worcester was founded in 2016 with the goal of bringing area churches, community organizations, service providers, local businesses, and individuals together to meet people’s needs in the city of Worcester and Worcester County. They focus on charity, collaboration, and mobilization.
The John 17:23 Network is being championed by Barnabas Ministries, Inc. Through our groups, pastors from different denominations come together in the kind of unity that Jesus prayed for in John 17:23. They provide the encouragement, training, and tools needed to foster the creation of John 17:23 groups around the world, as God leads and directs.
Kingdom Network of Worcester (KNOW) is an informal and interdenominational network of Christians, churches, and ministries. It is made up of people who follow Jesus Christ, who love the city of Worcester, and who want to see His rule expanded in our city through established and new local churches and ministries. KNOW wants each church and ministry to maintain its unique identity and calling from God while discovering ways to form partnerships for the greater advancementof the Lord’s work. “Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done in Worcester as it is in Heaven.”
Leadership Transformations Inc.’s mission is the spiritual transformation of leaders and teams. Transformation takes place over time, but the internal condition of the leaders' soul must be right. LTI seeks to increase the "attentiveness quotient" within individuals and teams – helping them to become more aware of God's presence and direction. Their mission is to cultivate vibrant spirituality and attentive discernment in Christian leaders.
Still Small Theatre Troupe was started in late 2012, and has performed a number of original works since that time. Their shows are not specifically for Christian audiences; they're for anyone who wants to enjoy thought-provoking art. All of our performances are followed by a talkback in which the audience can discuss the show with the cast and crew. They work from a fairly minimalist aesthetic to keep focus on the actors and performance.
Straight Ahead Ministries exists to see Jesus Christ transform the lives of juvenile offenders. Their staff, volunteers and ministry partners have served over 75,000 young people in 40 states and 35 countries. Straight Ahead's intensive models of engagement and leadership development include programs that offer faith and character development, job readiness training and placement, educational support and service opportunities.
Worcester Alliance for Refugee Ministry (WARM) exists to build a bridge between the church and Worcester’s refugees. WARM equips and mobilizes followers of Jesus to welcome the foreigners living among us. They also directly assist refugees with physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, in partnership with other agencies serving refugees.