Key Partners of EGC
At EGC, we are stronger when we do our work in collaboration with other partners.
That’s why we make it a high priority to work closely with many faith-based and community-based organizations, schools and churches. Working collaboratively brings more fruit and keeps us better aligned with what God is doing in the city and around the world than if we were to work on our own. Because ministry networks—like all relationships—are organic, change, and grow, it is difficult to list all of our partners. Still, as a sampling, here are some key partnering organizations we are privileged to know and which you may want to check out:
- Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston, helping churches, ministries, and non-profits work together to engage our communities
- Center for Urban Ministerial Education (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s Boston campus), providing ministerial training for urban pastors and church leaders in Boston and throughout the U.S.
- Christian Direction - Montreal, building collaboration to see God transform urban communities by the concerted actions of committed Christians
- DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative, Boston, providing a 15-month, faith-based leadership development program for urban youth workers
- Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, developing Christian leaders who are thoughtful, globally aware, spiritually mature and ready for a broad array of ministries
- Kingdom Network of Worcester (KNOW)
- Luis Palau Association, exists to proclaim the gospel, mobilize the church for evangelism, and equip leaders to transform their cities for Christ.
- Missions Door, assisting local churches and Christ-followers to evangelize, disciple and plant churches among the unreached of our world
- New York City Leadership Center, impacting the spiritual and social climate of an urban center through Christian leaders
- PEER Servants, partnering with indigenous Christian micro-finance institutions in materially poor countries which seek to be agents of transformation in their communities
- Unite Boston, nurturing Christian unity through relational connections
- Urban Alliance (Hartford), inspiring hope, building momentum, and providing opportunities for sustainable transformation in the lives of people in our local community
- Vision New England, uniting, equipping and encouraging the Body of Christ in order to strengthen local churches and advance the Kingdom of God in New England