Where to Get Involved


We partner with several urban programs, initiatives and churches to foster and deepen relationships and provide opportunities for racial reconciliation across the city of Birmingham.

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City Center Church


Sunday Nights, 5:00 pm, Innovation Depot. Join us for worship as we seek to celebrate and revive the soul of Birmingham!                                                           
Together, they hope to build a church that meets the needs of those living in the city. Contact Gary Purdy for more information.


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InSpero Art Gallery


Opening Night & Community Conversation March 21, 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Gallery open during weekday business hours March 19 – June 1.

 

Take a moment to walk through the photo gallery in the halls around the Sanctuary beginning March 19 to view and respond to InSpero’s Lent Season gallery titled, “What Makes You Weep?” Photos by Vicki Hunt will lead you in reflection on the history and current issues of social injustice and poverty in Birmingham. Visit InSpero’s website for more information or to get involved with this ministry.                      

                             

Gallery Info: melaniegrantdesign@gmail.com

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City Initiative Partners


Monies that have been freed up through our debt reduction campaign, Here & Now, are strategically given toward Birmingham city initiatives that have distinctive justice and mercy components and a concern for racial reconciliation. Our desire is to impact our city HERE and NOW.
                         

Join us for our next City Initiatives Lunch on Sunday, April 29 in Room S-180 following the 10:45 am service.