Impacting the 419

Loving our neighbors in the 419 is more than a slogan for us, it is a way of life.  Through our partnership with Fellowship Matters, you’ll find us serving our unsheltered friends in downtown Toledo every Saturday mornings from 10:00-11:00 a.m. at the corner of Michigan and Adams. Once a month the Fellowship Matters ( bus comes out to Centennial Manor in Sylvania where we serve at the Neighborhood Nibble.

Through our partnership with the Monroe Street Neighborhood Center, we built and helped furnish the very first tiny house for Bluff Street Village (, a community development project near Toledo Hospital, and we serve our neighbors every summer through the Freedom School summer enrichment experience (

We host occasional events with Let’s Build Beds to make sure every child in the 419 has a bed to sleep in, and we regularly collect clothes to share through the Church Women United Thrift Shop on Chrissy Road.  We also partner with Sylvania Area Family Services, the Friendly Center, and the Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission to feed, clothe, and care for all our neighbors.

To participate in any of these hands on opportunities, please contact Ashley Wynn (awynn@sylvania