Equip, Develop, Impact
To equip recent college graduates to know God deeply, develop as leaders in Christ, and impact our world by advancing God's Kingdom.
Equipping Fellows with tools to reach their full potential.
Developing Fellows growing and becoming fully alive in Christ, revealing Him through their vocation and life.
Learning to impact their world by releasing their God-given giftedness, and making a difference.
The Gate City:
That's not just a nickname - it's our DNA.
Home to just under 300,000 people, Greensboro has the heart of a city twice its size. You'll find thousands of refugees and immigrants living here, active social justice warriors, a tight-knit faith community, big-city amenities and small-town charm.
You'll take part in a thriving business community full of entrepreneurs and dreamers - people doing big things to make a big difference.
And making a difference is what we're all about: The tide of the Revolutionary War turned here. The Civil Rights Movement catalyzed here. Industry thrives here, and, as you'll see, God is moving here.
Meet the Team:
The Greensboro Fellows is an intensive 9-month spiritual and professional development program for recent college graduates.
Tuition is $6,500 and includes the various experiences below.
2018-2019 Greensboro Fellows
University of NC Greensboro
Out of the Garden
University of Pennsylvania
Appalachian State University
2019-2020 Greensboro Fellows
A Week in the Life:
And many more!
WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE
New Garden Farm
Church of the Redeemer has a thriving regenerative, sustainable farm. We have turned a graveled, barren land into a fruitful garden. You will learn from our Farm Director, Lena Van Wyk (Mdiv. Duke Divinity) a biblical theology of God's care for His good creation. Together we seek to be wise stewards of God's earth by volunteering once a month at the farm. Read more at http://www.ngpfarm.org
Serving teens and adults with intellectual & physical disabilities
We serve teens and adults with disabilities in a variety of ways: From jobs, to volunteering (Capernaum Young Life), to being with the Drake's son (autistic), to learning under Dr. Benjamin Wall (PhD in theology and disabilities), we experience the heart of Christ for people frequently neglected.
East African Congregation
Our church family is incredibly blessed by our East African brothers and sisters. Many of these families came to Greensboro as refugees and immigrants, and have modeled for us love, faithfulness and maturity in Christ.
Trip to Rwanda
The Fellows travel for ten days to Karangazi, Rwanda to visit our church's sister parish. For many Fellows, this is a highlight of our program. Meeting and worshiping with our loving brothers and sisters in Christ, playing with the children at the Compassion International orphanage, helping with a Pastors Conference, and serving needs in the community, all help you see God at work across the globe.
Greensboro has a signifanct number of non-profits where many of our Fellows have worked or volunteered. We have many opporunities to work with adults with intellectual and/or physical disabilities.
Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)
CCL headquarters is in Greensboro. They are ranked #2 in the world for Leadership Development. We partner with CCL and others, to equip Fellows to grow and develop.
Out of a hunger to grow intimate with Jesus Christ, we practice spiritual disciplines and rhythms together. We meet with national authors and speakers who live local, meet weekly in a spiritual formation group, and have opportunities to meet with spiritual directors.
5572 Garden Village Way
Greensboro NC 27410
Support the Greensboro Fellows
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Greensboro Fellows Program, click the button above. We have one time and monthly gift options available.
If you wish to donate to the
Greensboro Fellows Annual Rwanda trip, click the button above. We have one time and monthly gift options available.
If you wish to donate to Support Dodd Drake, click the button above. We have one time and monthly gift options available.