Impact Our City
Hope Initiative is a ministry offered to families facing struggles. Through it, families have an opportunity to draw closer to Jesus, to build up a support system, receive a delicious meal, and to receive tutoring for students. Hope Initiative is for anyone facing a struggle in life. It is particularly helpful for families seeking to find a path out of poverty. Click here for more information about Hope Initiative.
Manna House food pantry ministry is open to anyone in our community who faces a food emergency. We offer clients the opportunity to “shop” from our healthy options every 30 days in the pantry located on the west side of the Cokesbury Center at 9915 Kingston Pike. We serve over 750 families a month at Manna House which is run by volunteers and funded 100% by donations. Click here for more information about Manna House Food Pantry.
Food for Kids
Hope Connection is an outreach ministry to low-income families that seeks to build relationships that lead to financial stability and overall well-being. For more information about Hope Connection, to volunteer, or to set up an appointment, please visit our Hope Connection page.
Susannah’s House exists to serve the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of the mothers and their prenatally-exposed infants who are recovering from substance abuse. Our mission is to provide a source of hope and help to these mothers and their children. To find our more information about Susannah's House, please click here.
Cokesbury is partnering with other congregations in our community to tackle some big community problems that we can't solve on our own. This group works to actively uncover injustice and mobilize the community to create
Upcoming Justice Knox Dates:
February 25, 2018, 11:15 am: Cokesbury Justice Knox Informational Meeting - North Campus Conference Room
April 9, 2018, 7:00 - 8:30 pm: Justice Knox Rally
April 30, 2018, 6:15 - 8:30 pm: Nehemiah Action Assembly
June 11, 2018 6:30 - 8:30 pm: Justice Knox Ministry Celebration