Statement from the Factory Board

In light of recent events the Board of The Factory Ministries has determined it necessary to begin a leadership transition process for the role of President and CEO of The Factory Ministries. Chuck Holt is currently on leave from The Factory Ministries and that leave and his employment will conclude December 31, 2018. Per the Board’s request, Dr. Tim Rogers, Lead Pastor at Grace Point Church in Paradise will serve as Interim Director through year end as the board looks into more permanent leadership solutions in 2019. We want to thank Chuck Holt for his 13 years of dedicated service to The Factory Ministries and our community and for teaching us that “everyone’s journey matters.” 

It’s in that spirit that we want to affirm two truths: first, we are grateful to live in a land where all accused are innocent unless proven guilty and secondly we also stand in support of all victims of sexual abuse and encourage them to know their voice counts and there are people and places that offer support – including The Factory Ministries. Thank you for your prayers and support of the transformative work being done through The Factory Ministries. 

The work The Factory Ministries is doing is vital to our community, and continues to move forward, even through this challenging time. We remain as committed as ever to the continued growth of the ministry over the coming months and years, and value your continued support as we seek to make a difference in the lives of so many people in our area. For questions or comments, please contact Dr. Tim Rogers.

– The Factory Ministries Board, November 28, 2018

The Factory Ministries exists to empower others to strengthen their community.

Social Services

At The Factory Ministries, we believe that everyone’s journey matters!  Our social services department provides a relational and caring environment where adults who are under-resourced and struggling with poverty-related issues can find hope and help as they navigate through life.

Factory Youth Center

Life as a teenager is not easy, and difficulties increase significantly for students who live in under-resourced environments.  The youth center strives to provide a safe place for teens to connect with one another, get support and help from safe adult staff, and learn to overcome life’s obstacles knowing that God has their back and loves them unconditionally.

Community Collaboration

One of the ways we empower individuals to strengthen their community is by equipping them with information. The Factory Ministries facilitates community trainings and group consultations designed to put you in the driver’s seat of learning: discovering and experiencing the real issues of poverty, exploring true community collaboration, understanding leadership vision casting, and more.


From January-June 2018


individuals impacted through our Social Services.


goals completed out of 765 goals set by participants working with Self-Sufficiency Advocates.


pounds of food donated and received by families in our community through our Food Pantry.


households served by our Food Pantry.


teens impacted through our Youth Center programs and events.


children receiving quality preschool education this school year. *


children from 14 families ages birth to five are receiving literacy support this school year. *


percent improvement on children’s mastery of skills and goals this school year. *

*  statistics from our Pre-K programs, which are measured during the school year