Jars of Clay Outreach

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We provide food, clothing, shelter, life rehabilitation, education and job training, Biblical training and much more through our 22 ministries and daily outreaches. We reach hundreds of hurting and needy children, families and adults across all races and cultures each week.

Jars of Clay strives to help solve moral decay, crime, drugs, gangs, homelessness and poverty epidemics that exist in our inner city. The vision of Jars is to see thousands of hurting people come to know a new life through the efforts of our staff, volunteers, and recently rehabilitated individuals whose lives have been dramatically changed.

Jars of Clay extends partnerships with like organizations and churches to help heal the hurting. Our organization works to partner with people all around the state to reach the lost and help meet the community's most basic and greatest needs.

Our Outreach Ministry (a program of Kingdom Worship Center Church) not only founded the passion that enveloped Jars of Clay Christian Shelter, but provides resources to impact the community with food, clothing, housing, education, and job training to thousands of individuals who are realizing their potential in life. The Church and shelter networks with corporations, non-profit organizations, foundations and individuals from around the state to reach the lost and help meet their most basic needs.
Through the efforts of Jars of Clay the staff implements programs that meet the needs, help the hurts, and solve the problems of the inner-city by developing new and creative methods to communicate a positive message to those who would otherwise not hear it.

Made up of many races, nationalities, and cultures, Jars of Clay has an open door policy, operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year.

937 Sims Street SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
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The Mission Jars of Clay is a non-profit outreach dedicated to helping AtlantaÂ’s inner poor. Our ministry provides hope by meeting both tangible and spiritual needs.

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