Church And Public School Partnership training

Discover best-practices in community outreach from the tried, tested and true.

One-Day Training to Change Your Community

Problems such as hunger, poverty and broken families have overwhelmed our communities. If the love of Christ is to have an impact in our neighborhoods, it will take local churches coming alongside those in need. We believe that a strategic outreach by churches to local schools provides the best solution to these problems. But how does a local church develop such a relationship? That’s where we’d like to offer a hand.

The National Church Adopt-a-School Initiative helps churches partner with local schools to transform individuals, families and communities. In this one-day training, you will learn how to analyze the needs of your community, engage with a local school, recruit and develop volunteers and how to raise the necessary funds to support this endeavor.

One day of training could be the beginning of seeing your community come back to life. 

Church And School Partnership Training Dates


Dallas, TX - April 30 – May 1, 2019
Church & Public School Partnership Training in Dallas, TX (at the KAP Expo)

Tony Evans hosts a six-hour workshop offering pastors and church leaders the building blocks for starting or enhancing the delivery of social services to urban youth and their families.

Place:
Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship
1808 W Camp Wisdom Rd.
Dallas, Texas
Date: April 30 – May 1, 2019
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Host: The Urban Alternative
Instructors: Bill Collins and Charles Wolford

Participants will receive an overview of the process for adopting public schools and creating programs, including school-based mentoring, to meet the vast needs of public school youth and their families.

This training will be part of the Kingdom Agenda Pastors Leadership Expo. For more information and to register, visit kap2019.com

South Florida - May 16, 2019
Church & Public School Partnership Training

Tony Evans hosts a six-hour workshop offering pastors and church leaders the building blocks for starting or enhancing the delivery of social services to urban youth and their families.

Place: South Florida, location TBD
Date: May 16, 2019
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Host: The Florida Baptist Convention
Instructors: Bill Collins and Charles Wolford
Cost: $75 per person

Participants will receive an overview of the process for adopting public schools and creating programs, including school-based mentoring, to meet the vast needs of public school youth and their families.

Registration coming soon.

Bring a training to your area. Contact Bill Collins to find out how at 1-800-800-3222 ext. 210.