Our normal worship services and programs are currently suspended due to COVID-19 containment.
Transformation Montgomery, Inc., is a faith-based community development organization in Montgomery, Alabama. Our current work is focused in the Garden Square neighborhood located in the Chisholm area of north Montgomery. We have a two-pronged approach: Renovating houses to make affordable homes available, and investing in the community through education at our Transformation Center Preschool.
God has always had a “tender spot” in His heart for orphans. In fact, He calls himself a “father to the fatherless” (Psalm 68:5). The Bible calls Christians to care for orphans, to “vindicate the weak and fatherless” (Psalm 82:3) and “visit them in their distress” (James 1:27). ONEfamily is an initiative of Frazer to expand our response to that calling.
Adoption Bringing a child permanently into your family is a big decision; at least as big as having a child biologically. There are financial, legal, and relationship issues to consider. However, scores of Frazer families have sought the Lord and followed His guidance to adopt, both internationally and domestically, and found that the rewards are incalculable. ONEfamily comes alongside parents in the journey of discovering if adoption may be right for their family.
Providing a temporary home to a child during a difficult time in life has its own set of challenges, but it is hard to imagine a way to minister to children that could have more impact than life-on-life investment in your own home. OneFamily works with Montgomery County DHR to provide training for those exploring becoming foster families.
Frazer supports children in need in the United States through United Methodist Children's Homes and other local agencies, as well as internationally through missionaries focused on orphan care.
Both Frazer's Men's Ministry and Women's Ministry engage in care for widows. The Men's Ministry coordinates teams of two men to assigned to care for widow through monthly check-ins to perform yard work, light home repairs, or other basic tasks. The Women's Ministry coordinates notes and calls to connect with the emotional and relational needs of widows and widowers.
Men can volunteer by emailing coordinator Jim Vinson, or by calling him at 334-277-8374
Through Community Missions Frazer reaches out to meet some of the basic needs of our fellow community members, whether through blood drives, financial assistance, food, personal care items or help with setting a monthly budget.
We offer a variety of service opportunities to impact our local community including: mentoring and tutoring, prison ministry, blood drives, meal service, and home repair. In addition, our In Christ’s Way Ministry helps those needing assistance with paying their bills. We also support numerous agencies around the city.
Here are some of the local missionaries that Frazer supports financially.