Help us Pray for Future Generations this summer as we target local public schools. As part of ClearView’s Give Us Franklin campaign, our goal is to prayer walk at each FSSD and Williamson County School over the next few months. For more information about this initiative and to sign up, please head to
On August 6, ClearView will be hosting the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board’s Disaster Relief Training. Beginning at 7:30 am, they will be offering 3 different pieces of training:
Intro to DR ($36): 8:00am-10:15 am
Chainsaw (free): 10:45am-12:15pm
Flood Recovery (free): 1:30pm-3:00pm
To register and save your spot, please click HERE
Questions? Email Kim Margrave
Learn About our Partners
Franktown provides Christ-centered mentoring to Franklin’s Inner-city youth through weekly vocational education and experiences that prepare our underserved youth for the future.
Ways to Serve: tutoring, mentoring, teaching life skills classes such as cooking, car maintenance, music, etc…
Disaster Relief serves those in times of crisis due to natural disasters such as tornados, floods and hurricanes.
Ways to Serve: chainsaw crews, chaplains, food services, mud out and recovery.
Room in the Inn provides programs that emphasize human development and recovery through education, self-help and work, centered in community and long term support for those who call the streets of Nashville their home.
Ways to Serve: volunteers needed as overnight hosts, drivers, food prep and sorting clothes for the clothing closet.
GraceWorks is committed to share the grace of God by providing services to residents in need in Williamson County. GraceWorks does this through food, clothing, financial assistance, senior services, Christmas programs, and a thrift store. Daily, GraceWorks looks for a number of volunteers to serve in a variety of capacities.
Ways to Serve: volunteers to serve with the mobile food pantry, sorting clothing and preparing food bags for clients.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unit, inspire and change the world through the Gospel.
Ways to Serve: serve as a character coach for a local campus or community sports team.
One Gen Away distributes healthy foods to families throughout Middle Tennessee that currently do not have access to food sources due to economic or physical barriers.
Ways to Serve: volunteer at the mobile food pantry
Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home (TBCH) welcomes children in hard places with the Love of Christ. Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes provides Christ-centered, nurturing homes for children in hard places across Tennessee through compassionate on-campus homes and foster families.
Ways to Serve: tutoring, meals for cottages and food donations.
Williamson County Department of Child Services provides high quality prevention and support services to children and families that promote safety, permanency and well-being.
Ways to Serve: contact Kim Margrave at firstname.lastname@example.org
Graffiti 2 Community Ministries seeks to Revitalize, Revive, and Revolutionize the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx and beyond by enabling individuals to develop physically, mentally (revitalization), emotionally, socially, and spiritually (revival) so that they may become servant-leaders within their families, community, and beyond (revolution).
To read more click here.
Oneida Baptist is a Christian boarding and day school for students, Christian or non-Christian, in grades 6-12. Our mission is to provide a structured living, learning and working environment in which each student is challenged to grow mentally, physically, socially and spiritually in order to acquire an Education for Time and Eternity. At Oneida Baptist, students will meet people from across the United States and around the world. They will also experience daily chores and responsibilities, interact with Christian adults, attend daily chapel services, receive individual attention in class and have a chance to join sports or other cocurriculars.
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Graffiti continues to be “A Church That Serves.” For us, that begins with sharing Christ’s love in tangible ways (i.e. a sandwich, a suit of clothing, a tutoring session), but serving doesn’t stop there. We pray for big changes, not simply big numbers. Changing one block can change a neighborhood, changing a neighborhood can change a city, changing a city can change a country, changing a country can impact the whole world. We now serve in a number of neighborhoods, with more in process. As these sites and affiliates grow and coordinate, we hope to see the culture in these areas change.
Our vision is to see God’s work grow from the ground up. Our first goal is to make a positive impact on the lives of people in the Lower East Side. As God’s people serve within our local community of need, those who are helped are then empowered to also serve and grow closer to God themselves. The “chain reaction” is inevitable!
Graffiti Ministries is located on the lower east of New York City.
Church on Seven Hills, Worcester, MA
We are church located in Worcester, Massachusetts, and we love our city! Worcester is known by a few different names. One of them is The City on Seven Hills, which is where we get our name. Worcester is also known as The Heart of the Commonwealth. This is where we get our vision statement. We desire to see Christ transform both the heart of the individual and The Heart of the Commonwealth.
Church on Seven Hills is one of Clearview’s church planting partners.
Mercy is a Christian charity in Northern England that provides residential support to young women struggling with eating disorders, self-harming, depression and the effects of abuse. Outside of the residential home, Mercy works with nearly 400 churches in Northern England to provide resources to pastors of broken men and women.
The mission is to equip cross-cultural workers to plant churches among unreached language groups.
Youth With A Mission
Kyle Weldy, South Africa – Long-term disciple making with the goal that those that are reached will multiply and become disciple makers.
My Life Speaks
Mike and Missy Wilson, Neply, Haiti – Developing a Christ-centered culture one life at a time with the goal of helping children with special needs who were cast out from their families because of the influence of voodoo culture.