You will have many opportunities to serve others. One of the key objectives of Journey is to be “externally-focused” as we seek ways to be involved in our community. Our church is a member of the North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and our pastor participates in many of their programs. Plus, we love to set up a booth at Roswell’s Alive After 5 and other events throughout the year. One of the most satisfying aspects of being a part of this church is the opportunity to partner with other organizations committed to making a difference in our hometown and surrounding areas.
Some of the groups we work with:
…a group of local churches working together, and partnering with non-profit organizations, to address the needs of low-income residents and other community issues.
- Day of Hope
- Apartment Ministry
- Annual sports camp at Mimosa Elementary
- Foster Care
- Website: hoperoswell.org
North Fulton Community Charities
…provides emergency assistance and enrichment programs for North Fulton families in need.
- Food pantry
- Thrift Shop
- Financial assistance for emergency expenses
- Website: nfcchelp.org
…helping homeless families get back on their feet and into permanent, sustainable housing.
Regionally, we financially support the Emory Campus Ministry, Point University (Christian College in West Point, Georgia), Woodland Christian Camp (Temple, Georgia) and Christian City (Home for Children).
Additionally, Journey families sponsor children at Christian City.
The church also engages in special helping projects throughout the year.