Community Portal

  • The week of August 15th WKU will be welcoming returning students home to the Hill! WKU is looking for willing and able helpers to help with move-in. If you, your business, or your organization are available to assist during Move In, please complete this form.  After you complete the form, WKU will contact you with additional information.
  • Mentor Program Information Luncheons (can attend either; doesn’t depend on what school you choose)
    • Lunch & Learn with T.C. Cherry Elementary – August 7 at 12 pm in the MAC at the Melrose Campus. Meet Family Resource Coordinator Jennifer Shoemake, learn about the Mentoring Program for the 2022-2023 School Year, and enjoy some free lunch.
    • Sign up to attend here

To break the cycle of generational poverty, education is the strongest instrument for change. The Foundry’s Preschool and After School Academies are located in the West Side of Bowling Green to deliver impact where it is needed most. Through a dedication to kindergarten readiness and Christian faith, The Foundry partners with neighborhood schools and families to pave new paths for our children.

The Foundry offers their services for free to parents in need using an intervention educational model to make an incredible impact in the lives of young children who would not otherwise have the opportunity to excel educationally. The costs are covered entirely through grant and subsidy programs and donations from the community.

Support the monthly partner financially outside of worship by giving online, purchasing apparel from our online store, or by using the BUMC App.

 

Learn More about The Foundry

Financial Gifts

Apparel Shop


STRATEGIC COMMUNITY PARTNERS

 

Broadway Abroad Missions

BAM supports the work of BUMC missionaries Justin & Ashley Guest and their ministry in Honduras. Currently Justin and Ashley are developing new ministries in Roatan.

Seth Alexander, Broadway Team Leader
Phone: (270) 799-5011
E-mail Seth Alexander
Learn more about BAM

 

School Partnerships

Broadway partners with two local elementary schools – T.C. Cherry and Cumberland Trace – to provide mentors, special event support, school supplies, and teacher appreciation.

Meghan Johnston, School Partnership Coordinator
Phone: (270) 843-3942 ext. 1030
E-mail Meghan Johnston

School Supply Sweep Pt 1
School Supply Sweep Pt 2

The Foundry Christian Community Center

The Foundry develops leaders among the children and young people of the West End of Bowling Green through education, health and fitness, and spiritual development.

 

Dr. Terry Daniels , Executive Director
Phone: (270) 935-5290
Learn more about The Foundry

HOTEL INC

As a faith-based non-profit, HOTEL INC provides Warren County citizens with pathways to stable housing, community resources, building relationships, quality food, and serving our neighbors.

Rhondell Miller, Director
Phone: (270) 782-1263
E-mail Rhondell Miller
Learn more about HOTEL INC

Transitional Housing Initiative Video
Staff Story Video

BOYS TO MEN

Boys To Men Leadership Group is a program in select local elementary and middle schools designed to equip young men with tools necessary to succeed in life beyond school systems.

Tyreon Clark, Director
Phone: (270) 779-3740
E-mail Tyreon Clark
Learn more about Boys to Men

CAMP LOUCON

Loucon is a place where the staff strives to remove obstacles to grace so that campers and guests may fully experience all that God has in store for them with a focus on sharing the love and the message of Jesus.

Warren Hopper, Director
Phone: (270) 242-7160
E-mail Warren Hopper
Learn more about Camp Loucon

Camper Story Video

MEGAN’S MOBILE GROCERY

Part of the Housing Authority of Bowling Green, Megan’s Mobile Grocery is a grocery on wheels for impoverished areas so families can purchase the necessary staples at an affordable price.

Abraham Williams, Executive Director
Phone: (270) 393-1099
E-mail Abraham Williams
Learn More

LIL’ ANGELS ATTIC

Over 200 volunteers come together bi-annually to host a high-quality consignment sale of maternity and children’s items.  100% of profits are donated to local charities supporting women and children.

Molly Druen, Co-Chair
Phone: (270) 843-3942
E-mail Lil Angels Attic
Learn more about Lil Angels Attic

 

KY United Methodist Children’s Homes

Since 1871, Kentucky United Methodist Children’s Homes has been providing for the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of children and families in Kentucky.

Rev. Julie Hager Love, President/CEO
Phone: (270) 683-6481
E-mail KYUMH
Learn more about KYUMH

INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF KY

The International Center of Kentucky is a refugee resettlement agency that has helped resettle over 10,000 refugees, victims of human trafficking, and immigrants from 30 countries around the world.

Albert Mbanfu, Executive Director
Phone: (270) 781-8336
E-mail ICOKY
Learn More

WKU WESLEY FOUNDATION

The WKU Wesley exists to extend God’s Grace to all people and into all places at Western Kentucky University in order to make disciples who make disciples for the transformation of the world.

Alex Garden, Director
Phone: (270) 842-2880
E-mail WKU Wesley Foundation
Learn More

Importance of College Ministry
WKU Wesley Student Story

FOSTER ADOPTION VILLAGE

Broadway United Methodist’s Foster/Adoption Village is a resource for all of those in the community before, during and after the foster and/or adoption journey.

Chelsea Kickert, Chair
Phone: (270) 843-3942
E-mail FAV
Learn more about FAV

Cook Family Adoption Story

ROOM IN THE INN

Each year when winter comes, church congregations from throughout Warren County work together to shelter homeless persons from the cold.

Phone: (270) 599-6401
E-mail Room in the Inn
Learn More

BUMC CHRISTMAS STORE

Each year season, Broadway provides a Christmas Store for under-resourced parents to come “shop” for their kids at minimal cost from a selection of needed clothing items.

Phone: (270) 843-3942
Learn More

CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER

BRACAC provides services for victims of child sexual abuse in one neutral, safe, and child friendly location.

Jennifer Bryant, Executive Director
Phone: (270) 783-4357
E-mail BRACAC
Learn more about BRACAC

Over the Edge Stories