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“For I was hungry and you gave me food.” Matt. 25:35

African American Congregational Support
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For more information:

Tiffany L. Keith

(800) 728-7228, x5089

Or write to
100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

The African American Congregational Support Office

Spiritual Vitamin:

Read the words three times and let them feed your soul and inspire you for the work of ministry.


Romans 8:26

"Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we ought, but that very Spirit intercedes[a] with sighs too deep for words."


The African American Congregational Support Office assists the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in addressing the needs of African American Congregations. It works in partnership with Mid Councils to nurture conversations and facilitate ministries that will transform African American congregations into a more vibrant and healthier congregation. Read More

The office emphasizes principles that will encourage, nurture, support, motivate, equip and empower leaders and disciples of Jesus Christ, to become more intentional about engaging in spiritual practice that nurtures a transformational spirituality and leads towards transforming communities and the world, The Beloved Community or The Realm of God on Earth.

Learn about our mentoring program

At our last leadership institute we included a new element: a mentoring component. Many of the events that we attend are one time conferences with no follow-up. But at the African American Mentoring Event, we launched a mentoring program so that relationships will continue beyond the event.



Transforming Lives: Feeding,
Clothing, Serving

When committed followers of Jesus began meeting needs in their community, God started a new worshiping community known as The Fellowship Place.  

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African American Mentoring Event Photos




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