What We Impact
For over fifteen years people from across Middle Tennessee have been expanding a network for spiritual and social transformation. Praying and serving together has established key areas of impact:
Education – United4Hope: Volunteering Partnerships and resources with public schools.
Business - The Oak Project: Business Mentoring for experienced and young leaders.
Faith - LINC: “Leaders In Nashville Connecting” a city-wide experience for Pastors and Clergy. Prayer: Public gathering for The National Day of Prayer, Monthly gatherings. Fellowship: Uniting ministry, conversations and honoring relationships across the region.
Be part of demonstrating love and truth in the greater Nashville area through Operation Andrew as our city’s needs are addressed in these cross-sector initiatives.
United4Hope serves our public schools as a conduit for church volunteer partnerships. Stan Weber, United4Hope’s Director, is igniting hearts to step into how God is re-shaping our city.
Did you know:
Metro Nashville Public Schools serve over 86,000 students
MNPS Families represent over 80 different nations
English Language students speak over 120 different languages
United4Hope partnerships seek to serve in the lowest performing schools
United4Hope’s goal for 2016 is 200% growth
United4Hope received the 2015 Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Systemwide
Service to MNPS, awarded by the Pencil Foundation.
Operation Andrew founded The Oak Project to facilitate mentoring relationships between experienced Christian business leaders and the next generation of Nashville's leaders. The Oak Project is led by co-directors who are building a collaborative environment focused on building strong relationships for the purpose of personal and professional growth.
"We believe that mentoring is a tool that can grow individuals in their personal lives, as well as a gift that God has given us to help us shape our city for His glory and the good of others." - Nathan Mueting and Chris Kinney
“Leaders In Nashville Connecting” will launch in 2016! This new initiative allows ministers from across our region to experience a behind the scenes look at our city and what makes it a thriving urban area. “Ministers who are seeking an opportunity to get to know Nashville at the ground level of industry and metro/state services can soon be engaged in this unique mix. Men and women of diversity can gain insights into challenging questions and real-life answers serving as a catalyst for lasting friendships.”- Rubel Shelly, Minister, Author, Professor