Updated: Nov 15
Baptist Children’s Homes staff members, community dignitaries, supporters, and nonprofit partners and friends gathered October 10 at Kennedy Home in Kinston for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and opening of the Kinston Greater Vision Outreach Center. Greater Vision in Kinston is an extension of the ministry first established on the campus of Mills Home in Thomasville.
“Greater Vision at Kennedy Home works with families in need, guiding them through the process of becoming self-sufficient,” said Sara Becker, Manager of The Bob and Carolyn Tucker Greater Vision Outreach Ministry. “We look forward to assisting families in Kinston and the surrounding areas in their journey to a better life.”
Greater Vision in Kinston also works to enhance the services of community non-profits by facilitating and distributing large donations, creating partnerships to improve communication and ministry efficiency, and supporting broader community outreach efforts. “Greater Vision will be a place where families in need can come and receive assistance, compassion and guidance,” said Becker. “Our staff and volunteers will work to help fulfill the mission of Baptist Children’s Homes—‘sharing hope... changing lives.’”
Note: Learn more about Greater Vision Outreach Ministry's work to equip struggling community families for long-term success by visiting them on Facebook: Greater Vision Kinston and Greater Vision Thomasville