Northwest Guilford Vikings and The Summit Church Oak Ridge are scoring together in the fight against hunger. On Friday nights this fall, the church has launched a Twitter campaign to #LoadUptheScoreboard — the church is contributing one meal for every point the Vikings score at football games. When one of the church families heard about […]
Claxton Elementary third-grader Sophie Rocco stopped by GUM one afternoon in August to bring us something special: 100 cans of non-perishable food, which she got at her birthday party instead of presents! Thanks, Sophie, for sharing with us and helping those who are hungry!
Six Triad potters took to their wheels Friday night to support the fourth annual Clash of the Potters. The event, co-hosted by Center for Visual Artists and Greensboro Urban Ministry, is a contest with heart: The pottery created goes to Urban Ministry’s annual Feast of Caring fundraiser in November. Clash of the Potters, a wheel-to-wheel […]
The Rev. Myron W. Wilkins, trained social worker and minister, joined Greensboro Urban Ministry on June 1. Wilkins has been a leader in the faith and nonprofit community for 20 years. He has lived and worked in several regions of the United States, opportunities that have built a broad knowledge of the obstacles to prosperity […]
Step into your faith with Rev. Frank Dew, head of Greensboro Urban Ministry’s Chaplaincy Program, on his semi-annual Urban Pilgrimage. The next Urban Pilgrimage is scheduled for Monday, April 11. Parking is available in the Greensboro Urban Ministry front parking lot (305 W. Gate City Blvd.) The pilgrimage will begin at 9 a.m. and include stops at places […]