Below are the ministries Strong Tower at Washington Park partners with for kingdom impact.

  • ALA. baptist state board of missions

    Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions ministers in partnership with churches, associations, state convention entities and the larger Southern Baptist family by fulfilling the Great Commission through reaching and growing faithful disciples of Christ, developing Christian leaders, and mobilizing Alabama Baptists for local and global missions.

  • montgomery baptist association

    The Montgomery Baptist Association exists to help member churches experience the fellowship of the body of Christ and fulfill the mission of Christ locally and globally.


    Hope Inspired Ministries (H.I.M.) is a faith-based, local non-profit, designed to take chronically unemployed men and women and train them to obtain and maintain employment. HIM believes the best way to help the poor is to train them how to become self-sufficient by utilizing the gifts and abilities that our Creator has bestowed upon each of them. 

  • inner city evangelism

    Inner City Evangelism (ICE) is a ministry dedicated to sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ primarily in the Montgomery Housing communities through Bible studies and monthly outreach events. This ministry is a 100% volunteer-supported organization. No one receives any type of monetary compensation and serves only for the joy of Christ.

  • fishers farm

    Fishers Farm is a residential discipleship center that exists to serve people of all backgrounds who struggle with the addiction of drugs and/or homelessness. Our goal is to break the chains of addiction and bring healing through the structure of life-on-life discipleship, being immersed in God's word, building healthy habits, counseling, teamwork and more. 

  • reality and truth

    The mission of Reality & Truth Ministries is to serve and glorify God according to the work of Christ by promoting the one source of Truth amidst everyday realities, through encouraging, teaching, loving and gifting others.

  • turman family ministries

    Doug and Nancy Turman responded to the Great Commission by moving to MaeSot, Thailand, with their 3 youngest children in April 2011. MaeSot has a large community of Burmese refugees who are vulnerable to human trafficking and oppressive labor conditions. For the Turmans in MaeSot, Jesus' command to "Love your neighbor as yourself" means sheltering children and young women who come from abusive situations, providing food and medical care for the poor and needy, as well as teaching the Gospel among Buddhists and tribal people.

  • fellowship of christian athletes

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes seeks to present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church in the city of Montgomery.

  • campus outreach atlanta

    Atlanta University Center (AUC): Campus Outreach builds laborers on college campuses through evangelism and discipleship to impact the lost world. Campus Outreach has been making an impact amoung college students for over two decades. May the Lord continue to use them to change the lives of young people at a very crucial time in their lives.

  • common ground montgomery

    Common Ground Montgomery's mission is to revitalize the Washington Park community and transform the city of Montgomery and beyond, to the glory of God, through:

    1. Building leaders from urban youth through long-term mentorship, biblical discipleship, and developmental programs.

    2. Creating an umbrella of Christian community development partners that focus on neighborhood transformation.

    3. Teaching principles of unity and change through the Common Ground Institute.