One of our distinctives at Sojourn is to live a missional lifestyle. We believe that, as God sent His Son Jesus into the world, and Jesus sent His Spirit into the hearts of those who believe in Him - so we are sent to those around us to serve and see lives transformed by the Gospel of Jesus.
There are many missional opportunities for you to get involved in at Sojourn.
Wheeler High School district: Sojourn is seeking a long term faithful presence among the Wheeler High School district, with a core component of community. We do this through ESOL tutoring and serving meals to the teachers throughout the school year.
The Table on Delk: The Table on Delk provides a safe place for those who are currently, or at risk of, being sexually exploited to have a meal and get connected to resources that they might not know about. Volunteers are needed to prepare food and to show our guests the Father’s love. By showing them His love through genuine interactions, telling them that their lives do matter and that He has a plan and purpose for them, some of those we serve will take steps toward healing and restoration.
International student ministry at KSU Marietta: showing and sharing Jesus to the nations that have come to our backyard. We are working on a partnership with Bridges International at KSU.
First Care Women’s Clinic: an Evangelical Christian non-profit organization established to reduce abortion in our community by giving the support and information people need to choose life. Throughout the year we have unique opportunities to partner with FCWC, be it through a prayer walk or providing gifts for a baby shower. To find out how you can get involved, please use the email link below!
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We also believe that the church’s mission goes beyond just our local context in East Cobb, and to be a church that sends and supports cross cultural workers in different countries, cultures, and contexts to see the Gospel and Kingdom go forth. For more about our cross-cultural workers, follow this link.