Bristol Raceway Ministries goal is to serve at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee. We provide a diverse set of sixteen distinct ministries to race fans to make their time at the speedway a more wonderful experience.
Contact Concern is the local “211” telephone helpline for assistance in finding information and referrals on community services, for assistance in crisis situations, and for just listening. Financial support is obtained from United Way, community chests, churches, local organizations, and fundraising projects.
CONTACT: (423) 246-2273
Covenant Counseling Center
Our mission is to provide a Christian faith-based environment in which professional clinical mental health services are offered to clients regardless of income using a sliding fee scale.
Exit 611 Ministries is a volunteer based outreach program to some 1,800 inmates housed at the Sullivan County jail and the Washington County detention center, and includes inmates released back into our local society.
CONTACT: (423) 612-1773
Gibsontown Ministries is an outreach to roughly 200 families and individuals in the Cloud apartment complex. Several ministries are offered.
Hope Haven Ministries is a Christian, interdenominational, non-profit ministry that reaches out to homeless men, women and children who are suffering hardship. They provide housing with two facilities in Kingsport – one for men and one for women and children. Their programs include a job search program and a work program.
CONTACT: (423) 246-6012
John R. Hay House
John R. Hay House is a non-profit ministry, founded on Christian principles, whose mission is to assist qualified convicted offenders in developing the skills and sense of responsibility needed to be productive members of society.
CONTACT: (423) 578-3771
Kitchen of Hope
Kitchen of Hope is a Full Gospel Mission and part of our community's food assistance, serving meals Monday through Saturday, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Meals on Wheels is a local ministry delivering hot meals to shut-in people. Regular route drivers are an ongoing need. This group has 500 volunteers who cook and deliver roughly 220-230 meals each weekday from kitchens at First Presbyterian and Waverly Road Presbyterian churches. FBC members active with this ministry include drivers (Betty Casey, Edith Hall and Gail Farthing) and 4th Friday crew cooks (Lib Dudney crew chief, Nina Jones, Linda Lewis, Doris McConnell, and Clara Czoka). A new member (April 2015) Bob Peace is on their board of directors.
CONTACT: (423) 247-4511, 301 Louis Street Kingsport, TN 37660
Providence Medical Clinic
Providence Medical Clinic was created to offer spirtual support alongside physical care. All medical care offered at Providence Medical Clinic is free.
Shepherd Center is a local senior adult ministry which provides programs and services that enable older adults to live independently and safely in their own homes. Services include providing transportation to doctor’s appointments, loaning medical equipment, and helping seniors with minor home repairs and routine household chores.