The Kentucky Race Track Chaplaincy serves many of the major race tracks in the state of Kentucky. At the backside of Churchill Downs, chaplains are pointing all race track personnel to Jesus Christ by serving the spiritual, physical, and social needs of those on this thoroughbred race track and training center.
Get involved with FCA to begin working with Middle School and High School athletes as a chaplain, using sports as a platform for evangelism and discipleship.
The University of Louisville BCM is here to help every student encounter Jesus and experience life to the full. They need volunteers who will help disciple students and live on mission.
Speak for the Unborn is a ministry of the local church that seeks to make abortion impossible through both godly and legal means.
Practically, the ministry is devoted to evangelistic sidewalk counseling and a vibrant prayer ministry with the hope that the gospel would be the means by which God would bring an end to abortion in this country and beyond.
Louisville Youth for Christ recognizes that in order to make a significant impact on student’s lives we must engage them on the Campus, in the Community, and with the Church. Without this three-fold connection, students are left without the needed support for their families and lives. Simply, Greater Louisville’s Youth for Christ seeks to engage students where they are.
Located next door to an abortion clinic BsideU for Life is a non-profit special health clinic designed to demonstrate and share the life-changing message of Jesus Christ by providing practical help and loving support to those facing an unplanned pregnancy.
Scarlet Hope’s mission is to share the hope and love of Jesus with women in the adulting entertainment industry. They have several volunteer opportunities, mostly for women. They are looking for women to counsel the women they work with, they are looking for people to teach life skills classes, they are looking for prayer warriors, and they are looking for women to be on the front lines of evangelizing women in the adult entertainment industry in Louisville.
ReCenter Ministries embraces men and women experiencing homelessness and poverty with the compassion of Jesus Christ, as he alone gives hope and healing for a restored life.
Men interested in preaching for Thursday morning chapel services should contact Coy Merry
Hope Collaborative empowers local churches to meet the needs of their communities. Currently, this is achieved through two programs, Public Schools Outreach which mobilizes the church to serve in public schools as mentors and volunteers, and Hope Place which involves outreach and services to meet the needs of South Louisville’s diverse international community.
HighPoint Charitable Services is a volunteer-driven organization working to bring wholeness to the community, share the gospel, and meet physical needs.
“OASIS” is an Organization Assisting and Serving International Students in Louisville. They are a group of students and local volunteers who would like to welcome you to Louisville. They want a community that promotes friendship and hospitality for international students, scholars, and family members. They offer a “family-friendly” environment and respect all faiths and backgrounds. Oasis links international students with American volunteers who are interested in cross-cultural exchange and understanding! They have a weekly large group meeting on campus, small group meetings in homes, monthly activities, trips, and much more.
Mission: Glorify God by partnering with local churches to love refugees and immigrants.
Gain preaching experience by proclaiming God’s Word at Brookdale Stonestreet Senior Living. It will be a blessing to you and to the residents there.
Contact Coy Merry to get involved!
Masonic Homes Kentucky is an aging adult community right down the road from Southern Seminary. The residents here would benefit from pastoral care and Christian friendship. Come share your love of music, lead a Bible study or minister to those who need one-to-one visitation.
Contact Joshua Osborne to get started!
Students at Southern have started several Sunday night chapel services in Retirement Homes around Louisville.
Those interested in preaching or leading music should contact Coy Merry for more information.