What is Congregation Connections?
Congregation Connections works to strengthen communities throughout Kent County by supporting ministry and outreach teams with a focus on social justice, community development, and antiracism. We collaborate across denominations and faith communities throughout Kent County, offering training and casework services.
Our Mission And Vision
Our mission is to train, assist, and collaborate with faith-based communities on issues of social justice, equity, community development, and anti-racism.
We envision a thriving network of faith communities rooted in social justice, equity, and anti-racism. These communities will act as centers of relationship and connection with their neighbors.
Congregation Casework Director
Congregation Casework Manager
The Access caseworkers support congregations in utilizing resources and funds in their benevolence programs. We do this by providing casework services at no cost with the goal of the congregation providing support and building relationships with neighbors.
It’s important to us that congregations are able to build relationships with their neighbors and engage their communities in effective ways. So when a neighbor makes a request to the congregation for resource assistance, the congregation connects with Access to provide casework services and gather local resources on behalf of the congregation so that they can have more time to focus on building those relationships and be good stewards of their communities.