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Outreach Center

We are so excited to announce the completion of our Outreach Center! We will host our after-school program, summer camps, One7 Live (Wednesdays), sports ministry leagues, and leadership training on site. Our purpose will be to influence and love our community in a powerful way.

After School

We have seen our One7 elementary leaders go from failing grades to A’s and B’s as a direct result of our after school program. We need your help though to continue to make this program a success! Volunteer opportunities for our program include: tutors, leaders for activities, and donations of snacks, school supplies, and books. The program runs from 4:30-6pm Monday through Thursday during the CMS calendar year.

Sports Ministry Leagues

We currently have soccer teams for youth age 7 to 18, as well as wrestling, boxing, flag football, and mixed martial arts teams coming fall of 2017.

Contact Rachael@one7.org if you are interested in learning more about our teams or leagues.

Summer Camp

This summer we are excited to announce the launching of our first summer day camp program! Our vision is to serve and build deeper relationships within our surrounding community by providing an engaging and creative environment for youth from all around the area to learn and thrive. We are looking for churches, organizations or individuals who would like to host a week, an event or VBS during our summer camp. This program runs for eight weeks in the summer.

Contact Emily@one7.org if you are interested in learning more about after school or summer camp.

One7 Live

Our Thursday night One7 Live at the One7 Apartments (2511 Finchley Drive) has been such a successful outreach and training environment for our leaders that we have decided to add an additional night of outreach at our new location on Eastway. This Wednesday night One7 Live will be geared towards elementary school-age kids. Coming fall of 2017! The event will be from 4:30 to 7:00 and will include dinner.

Contact Emily@one7.org if you are interested in providing a meal or volunteering for our Wednesday night One7 Live.

The Paws: A Family Rescued

Paw Htoo, Paweh Gay, and Pawni came to One7 six years ago, their family broken and struggling financially. They were living in a dirty apartment with little food, their father had been killed, and their mother was suffering and in a hopeless situation. Their entire family moved to One7, and then the staff was blessed with the opportunity to raise the Paws when their mom moved to Georgia with their younger siblings. Since then these three individuals have found stability, family, friendship, and most importantly, Christ. Their lives have been changed as they pursue God on a daily basis, and they are leaders here at One7.