BECAUSE EVERYONE’S JOURNEY MATTERS

   The Factory Ministries Board of Directors is aware of the allegations against  Chuck Holt, President/CEO of The Factory Ministries. The alleged incident occurred 17 years ago, prior to his association with The Factory. Chuck will be taking a leave of absence from The Factory Ministries effective immediately.
We encourage you to join us in praying for all involved.
    The mission of The Factory remains unchanged. We will continue to offer our services to support the critical work being done in our community, because everyone’s journey matters. For questions or concerns, please contact Tim Rogers.

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.

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From January-June 2018

128

individuals impacted through our Social Services.

247

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

40000

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

192

households served by our Food Pantry.

195

teens impacted through our Youth Center programs and events.

73

children receiving quality preschool education this school year. *

24

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

90

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

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