Partnerships are a valuable aspect of ministry for us, and many of the good things around Godspeed happen with others outside our church. Some of these partners are "peers", and others are large ministries that we are blessed to network with or hitch our trailer to. Click on these ministries to learn more.
The Apollos Project: The goal of this ministry, directed by Chap Bettis, is "to connect teens to their faith, families to their children and churches to their families."
Cru College Ministry in Rhode Island: Godspeed supports the ministry of Jarrod and Susie Lynn as they reach out to and disciple students and faculty on a number of local college campuses.
Faith and Hope Baptist Church: Godspeed is privileged to partner with Pastor Jim Davis in supporting the ministry of his church and engaging with them in outreach initiatives to the South Providence community.
The Philip Center: Staffed by Tim and Cindy Zulker, Rich and Susan Fulton, and Miranda Laughlin, the Philip Center launches Gospel-centered churches and outreach initiatives. One of the significant outreach initiatives of TPC is Summer OFF, bringing fun, games, and the message of the Gospel to inner-city parks in Rhode Island and beyond.
Rhode Trip: Founded and directed by Todd Blount, Rhode Trip staff leads small teams of young men into the wilderness each summer for leadership training and character development. It's an exciting adventure—both through the woods and into manhood.
Royal Servants: This summer missions organization has been sending high school students, including some from Godspeed, around the world since 1981. We recommend their ministry to anyone looking for international summer missions trips.
Together: Formerly known as LoveRI, this growing movement involving 32 churches around RI and nearby MA frequently unites in a strategy of prayer, caring and sharing.