FBCG partners with many local organizations, or Local Ministry Partners, to help serve the Fox Valley area. Check out the information below about these partnerships and how you can help.

Children’s Hunger Fund delivers food packs to build relationships, share the gospel, and transform lives.  Visit the Children’s Hunger Fund Page for more information.

Evangelical Child and Family Association offers compassionate Christ-centered services for pregnancy, adoption, counseling, safe families and more. Visit www.evancfa.org/ for more information.

Feed My Starving Children is a Christian food pack organization committed to feeding God’s children in body and spirit. Visit the FMSC page for more information.

Kairos Torch is an ecumenical Christian outreach to the imprisoned. Local ministry occurs at Illinois Youth Prison in St. Charles.

For more information, please visit http://kpmifoundation.org/index.php.

The local contact is Mark Frost – Outreach.

FBCG contact – Lee Norris

You are invited to support a Torch Event Saturday May 2, 10:30-2:30 p.m. at Illinois Youth Center St. Charles.Please consider sharing the love of Christ with the young men incarcerated at IYC. For questions and application: donmartens@comcast.net

Lazarus House serves people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in mid-Kane County.  www.lazarushouseonline.com

Love and Action serves the needs of HIV/AIDS families. Contact: Bill and Marilyn Berg bmberg@ameritech.net for more information.

The Pregnancy Information Center (PIC) has been serving women and men since 1985.  Our clients receive information about pregnancy, fetal development, lifestyle issues, and related concerns.  Caring for each person in the name of Jesus and inspiring them to choose life is PIC’s mission. Visit their website for more information: http://www.rupregnant.com/

Riverwoods/Riverworks inspires Fox Valley Christians to action in the under-resourced neighborhoods around them. www.fvchristianaction.org

Wayside Cross Rescue Mission serves the afflicted and powerless through sharing the Gospel, and providing shelter and job training www.waysidecross.org

World Relief, a refugee resettlement agency in Aurora, offers many opportunities to know and love a neighbor from around the world. Opportunities include helping set up local apartments, collecting goods, providing an airport ride, and being a partner in assimilating to the US. Training offered. Contact Cheryl Pacilio cpacilio@fbcg.com , 630-232-7068 x 152

Kane County Young Life shares the love of God with teens in Geneva http://geneva.younglife.org