The Alliance of Baptists’ approach to mission in the world is partnership. Together with the 32 ministry partners listed below we are loving the world God so loves. To learn more about what it means to be an Alliance ministry partner email Paula Clayton Dempsey, director for partnership relations.
Our 2014 ﬁnancial commitment of $100,400 to our partners reﬂects more than 20 percent of our budget for the year. Join us in loving the world God so loves by giving to the Alliance today!
Proposals for a 2015 partnership renewal grant are due September 15, 2014. You can find the partnership renewal application here. Look for announcements in early 2015 for possibilities of submitting proposals for new ministry partnerships with the Alliance of Baptists.
Alliance of Baptists of Brazil
AMOS Health and Hope
Andrew P. Stewart Center, Atlanta, Ga.
Baptist Seminary of Mexico
Baptist Youth Camp
Bright Stars of Bethlehem
Calvary Latino Ministry, Washington, D.C.
Cielo Azul Fund, El Salvador
Emmaus House, Raleigh, N.C.
Fraternity of Baptist Churches, Cuba
Hope Center at Pullen, Raleigh, N.C.
The Family Tree, Charlotte, N.C.
JourneyPartners, Franklinton, N.C.
Ketunda Children’s Home, Zimbabwe
Mayan Intercultural Seminary, Chiapas, Mexico
Oakhurst Recovery Program, Decatur, Ga.
Rauschenbush Metro Ministries, New York City
Safe Places, Little Rock, Ark.
Samaritan Neighborhood Center, Oakland, Calif.
School of Elijah, Republic of Georgia
Seeds of Hope Publishers, Waco, Texas
Shalom Children’s Center, Ghana
Strive, Chicago, Ill.
University Chaplaincy, Protestant Church of Morocco
Zimbabwe Theological Seminary
Ecumenical and Advocacy Partners
Baptist Joint Committee on Religious Liberty
Church World Service
Churches for Middle East Peace
Latin American Peace Conference
Latin American Working Group
National Council of Churches of Christ
National Farm Worker Ministry