ARABIC CHURCH OF KNOXVILLE
Located in South Knoxville and led by Milad and Theresa Guirguis, displaced from Egypt, the church is spreading the word of God and hope by embracing Christians and Muslims from all Arabic countries. Most of the members of the congregation are from Iraq, Egypt, and Syria, and many are refugees. More
BRIDGE REFUGEE SERVICES
Bridge facilitates the resettlement of refugees in East Tennessee. Each year the U.S. government welcomes thousands of refugees as legal residents. Bridge empowers refugees to become self-sufficient, and works closely with many volunteers, employers, and churches that sponsor refugee families. More
KNOXVILLE INTERNATIONALS NETWORK (KIN)
KIN began in 2010 when a group of believers involved in ministry among internationals in Knoxville gathered to discuss how they could work together to make a difference in our city. As a result, KIN was born and launched a series of community meetings to raise awareness of the needs among internationals and give ministries, churches, non-profits and other organizations a forum to connect and share information and resources. Learn more about KIN. Contact: Carol Waldo.