God is at work restoring all creation to his intended purposes, to wipe away tears and set all things right. We participate in this work of justice as we join God in advocating for the poor and marginalized, protecting those who can't protect themselves, and helping to create just systems that reflect God's Kingdom.
Listed below are our missions partners whose passion is using prophetic words and practical actions to seek justice for the oppressed. Click on their thumbnails for more about their work or to find contact information so you can get involved. OR, click the button at right to return to the LOVE landing page to search by other Ministry Passions, learn more about Third's Mission Priorities, and to see how God is working in our CHURCH, CITY, NATION, and WORLD.
CARITAS joins with area congregations in providing the most basic needs of Richmond's homeless - food and shelter, home furnishings, and employment. Third joins with CARITAS annually, hosting homeless, providing for their meals, Laundry and hygiene, along with encouragement and companionship.
Karen Carr provides training and counseling for mission workers in East and West Africa together with the Mobile Mission Care Team.
CrossOver Ministry seeks to promote wellness and provide quality and compassionate health care to the uninsured in the greater Richmond Metropolitan area with centers downtown, in the west end and southside.
East End Fellowship is a multi-ethnic, economically diverse community in the East End of Richmond, seeking God’s joy and justice for our neighborhoods out of love for Christ.
Elijah House Academy - A Christian school in Midlothian (founders Buzz and Janet Kell), drawing from the Richmond Metro area, nurturing over 180 children with Christian principles, providing a safe place for them to learn and thrive.
The mission of The Family Foundation is to strengthen families in Virginia by applying founding principles and faith to policy and culture. The organization seeks to establish through citizen advocacy and enactment of Virginia law a safe, prosperous and wholesome climate for families. All of its public policy decisions are based on the principles of life, marriage, parental authority, constitutional government and religious liberty.
Relationship Foundation of Virginia is “Dedicated to strengthening families for a better community through education, collaboration and mobilization.” Imagine a Richmond with more healthy, lasting marriages, more involved fathers and more teens making healthy relationship decisions...with your help we can do it!
Nehemiah's Workshop trains youth and adults in Church Hill in confidence and ability in conducting basic home repairs, knowledge about basic tools, and woodworking skills.
Set Free offers hope and healing through the Lord Jesus Christ to all individuals who struggle with sexual sin and its resultant brokenness, through support groups, couples counseling, and education to families, friends and churches dealing with these issues.
Pray for Tim Cole and Strategies To Elevate People (STEP), surrounding and supporting leaders in the urban community with compassion, prayer, and action to defeat physical and spiritual poverty.
Urban Hope - Seeking to strengthen the inner city of Richmond through encouraging financial stability, assisting people in home ownership and affordable rental property.
Youth Life operates Learning Centers in Richmond to develop leaders by making long-term investments in children from at-risk communities.