Health. Healing. Worship. Love.
Abundant Life Ministries is a community of collaboration focused on health, healing, worship and loving service.
We seek increased individual and collective body-mind-spirit wellness in the face of widespread mental illness, violence, generational poverty and social marginalization.
We are working for equitable access to nutrition and health care for neighbors in our underserved area, and we are promoting creative community development for a transformed life in our beloved Northeast Greensboro.
Live an Abundant Life
Every Tuesday during this pandemic, we deliver dinner, groceries, diapers and other supplies to our neighbors, pray over the phone and in yards, and connect our nurse to uninsured people needing support.
Cooks, delivery drivers, gardeners, pantry managers, donations drives, and leaders to help identify the gifts of those ready to help are all needed!
Contributions support community development, nutritional access, and health service connection.
Our Guiding Faith
Jesus says, “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.” (John 10:10)
Tales of Abundant Life
- Playfulness and AbundanceWho says we can’t play with our food? Taking delight in each other in the time we have together, and looking at something that seems useless, wrong, disposable, and turning it into laughter – that’s part of living an Abundant Life. Today I’m in quarantine, waiting for chicken pox to go away (yes, apparently asContinue reading “Playfulness and Abundance”
- Giving thanks for our Public Health internsThis spring 2021, Abundant Life ministries has been blessed to host 2 student interns, Bennetta Clarke and Ismael Rodriguez, completing their Masters degree in Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Our interns put the knowledge and skills they’ve cultivated in their studies to use, conducting a series of phone conversations (becauseContinue reading “Giving thanks for our Public Health interns”
- Abundant Life featured in Episcopal News Service!North Carolina ministry promotes health care access, rooted in bonds formed over prayer, food [Link to article, copied below] By David Paulsen, Episcopal News Service [Episcopal News Service] Abundant Life Ministries isn’t a traditional worshipping community – not yet, at least – but it has a growing congregation, made up of residents in the economically and raciallyContinue reading “Abundant Life featured in Episcopal News Service!”
Get in Touch
Whether you’re interested in volunteering with the ministry or taking part in one of our events or services, please get in touch. We look forward to meeting you!