The Hub and Highpoint Church are committed to help build a better Memphis and beyond through our Serve Local and Serve Global partnerships.
Asha's refuge has a heart to help fill the gaps disadvantaged and vulnerable refugees experience in their resettlement process. Many of the refugees they serve have a disability, an illness, are elderly, are parents with multiple children, are preschoolers in need of an educational head start, are uneducated, have no job skills, do not speak English, are young adults at risk for human trafficking or other crimes, are single parents, or are widows. Refugees facing these challenges often take longer to achieve successful resettlement, and that's where Asha's Refuge comes in.
The Memphis Union Mission ministers to the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of men, women, and children who are homeless, addicted, and in crisis, helping them to become disciples of Christ and self-sufficient members of the community. On the fourth Sunday of every month, Highpoint sponsors a meal and worship for the men of the Memphis Union Mission, and we need people to help cook, prepare, and serve the food.
The mission of Memphis Athletic Ministries is to help build godly youth in under-resourced neighborhoods by teaching them to love God, love others, and love themselves. Their vision is to develop youth into Christ-centered, productive adults, positively impacting their families and neighborhoods.
Through our adoption of Overton High School, many serving opportunities and mentoring relationships have developed through committed Highpoint individuals pouring their lives into students and teachers – loving them toward God and success.
Su Casa Family Ministries welcomes the stranger, bridging the gap between first generation Hispanic immigrants and resident Memphians. They identify the felt and actual needs of the community and recruit volunteers to engage those needs and minister through teaching and caring for both adults and children, helping them to thrive in the new culture and calling on them to be good neighbors.the hub local partners