Sharing God's grace
Serving our neighbors
Seeking justice and peace
Many journeys united in Christ.
Bellewood and Brooklawn
Restoring Hope, Instilling Confidence, Furthering Education, Encouraging Spirituality and Faith through a comprehensive continuum of care for vulnerable youth and families.
Buckhorn Children and Family Services
Our staff believes in the power of healing and Buckhorn is known for taking on the toughest youth, building a personalized program that works for each child, and sticking with the child all the way through the treatment process.
The Cabbage Patch Settlement House
Our mission is to equip and empower at-risk children, youth, and their families, to be self-sufficient by helping them maximize their economic, educational, emotional, moral, physical, social and spiritual potential.
Cedar Ridge Camp
A not-for-profit retreat center with accommodations for large groups and summer camping. We have 64 wooded acres and we serve over 20,000 children and adults per year.
Habitat for Humanity
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
The Healing Place
The Healing Place reaches the homeless, offers recovery for the addicted and helps restore productive lives. Founded as a homeless shelter in 1989, The Healing Place has become one of the nation’s most effective long-term, social model recovery programs.
Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center
The mission of the Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center is to express the love and grace of God through the ministry of pastoral counseling. Kilgore carries out this mission through a multidisciplinary approach to counseling and various educational services.
Loaves and Fishes
Loaves and Fishes Inc. is an organization that seeks to be Louisville's premier provider of food to the needy. Loaves & Fishes is supported by donations and is blessed with volunteers who help procure donations, organize fundraising events and serve in hundreds of ways. Loaves & Fishes serves veterans, the mentally disabled, families facing difficult times and those in need of a fortifying meal.
Portland Avenue Community Trust
… One Family at a Time
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
The Presbyterian Disaster Assistance program is there to help immediately when disasters happen both locally and around the world. Through the donations of our Presbyterian Churches they are able to send a immediate aid to locations hit by storms, fires, earthquakes etc. Second and our members responded with donations to their call for help this past year when Houston by hit by disaster. Plans are to send a mission team from Second to Houston in June to help PDA with rebuilding in that area.
United Crescent Hill Ministries
To foster ecumenical cooperation and to provide programs and vital services that will nurture human growth and development without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, handicap/disability, ancestry, sexual orientation and national origin.
West End School
Through the School's rigorous academic and personal standards, we encourage our students to attain the highest possible level of scholarship, character, and intellectual growth.
Dan and Elizabeth Turk
We are in relationship with the Iglesia Reformada Calvinista de El Salvador (IRCES) the Reformed Calvinist Church of El Salvador is the reformed denomination in El Salvador. In particular we are in relationship with the congregration in Rosario de Mora a town about an hour outside of the capital of San Salvador. We send a team annually to visit our partners there.
We are in relationship with the Presbyterian Evangelical Church of Costa Rica (IEPC) and in particular with the congregration in Tres Rios a suburb of the capital San Jose. We send a team every other year to visit our partners there and at the Latin American Biblical University (UBL) where our mission co-worker Karla Koll is a professor.
The Women's Global Cancer Alliance (WGCA)
WGCA was founded by a retired gynecological oncologist from Louisville who went to Haiti after the catastrophic earthquake of January 12, 2010, with Doctors Without Borders. He learned that cervical cancer death rates in Haiti are higher than any other country in the Western Hemisphere. Using his own resources and raising money from others, he opened a clinic staffed with nurses trained in the nursing school in Gonaives, Haiti. His goal continues to be to ease the burden of cancer in one of the hardest hit countries in the world. The clinic has screened approximately 3,000 women. People living in poor countries such as Haiti do not go to doctors unless they are very sick, and in the case of cervical cancer, that is too late to prevent death.