A year long congregational support program offered by Good to the SOUL, LLC. to assist local congregations in strategically assessing their own capacity to fund current initiatives and future projects, while intentionally scaffolding that capacity with a team of researchers, grant writers, and social capital expertise to positively impact your congregation’s ministry. For a limited time, we are offering this program to a select number of congregations across the country for the low monthly enrollment fee of $100/month* for the first year of participation.
Mondays, 7-8:30pm Eastern OR Saturdays, 3-5pm Eastern
Do you need to get clear in the new year? Enroll in this four week Group Coaching Program that's sure to help you gain clarity and develop tools to accomplish your personal and professional goals in the new year! Also makes a great gift for new hires, recent college graduates, and those experiencing significant life changes.
Moving from Coping to Healing: A Transformative Conversation About Trauma and Grief
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, in collaboration with IU Health Spiritual Care Department, Crown Hill Neighborhood Association, Crossroads AME Church, and Good to the SOUL, present, “Moving from Coping to Healing: A Transformative Conversation About Trauma and Grief,” May 14, 2021, 7-8:30pm (EDT). The event featured Rev. Anastasia Holman, Mr. Wesley Harris, and Ms. Joycy Lacombe. This virtual town hall was free and open to the public, held space, and offered holistic strategies for dealing with trauma and grief.
We recruited individuals connected to our faith community who were interested in learning more about HIV/AIDS and local resources for living with and loving people impacted by this epidemic. Study groups were held March through June 2021. This opportunity was made possible by partnerships with SOUL House, Inc. and the Marion County Public Health Department Substance Use Outreach Services Program (SUOS).
Registration for one of four 4-week long sessions was free of charge and open to all. Students under the age of eighteen were required to provide parental permission to attend.