• Form a Good Neighbor Team

    Good Neighbor Teams (GNTs) are groups of four to ten people that partner with specific newcomers in extensive friendship and ministry. They also help them adjust to the U.S. To form a GNT or for more information, contact Kaylee Baker, kbaker@wr.org.

  • Transformation Happens Through Relationship:

    Want to know what it means to be a part of a Good Neighbor Team? Watch this video to hear the story of one Good Neighbor Team's experience serving refugees through the power of relationship. 

  • Monthly Volunteer Orientations

    Volunteers are required to attend a volunteer orientation in order to serve newcomers through World Relief of the Triangle. Additionally, anyone interested in learning more about WRT are welcome to attend. Orientations occur (in general) the first Wednesday of the month. RSVP to this month’s orientation to Kaylee Baker, kbaker@wr.org.

  • National CCDA Conference: Sept. 24 through 27, 2014

    Each year, the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) national conference draws more than 2,500 people from around the world to share in best practices of ChristianCommunity Development (CCD), or in serving populations that are often overlooked.

  • The Stand Together Project

    Impact the daily lives of newcomers by giving $29/month. Your financial contribution will empower leaders in the newcomer community, equip and train volunteers to serve healthily and kickstart development initiatives. Follow the link and select “Durham NC/Stand Together” to start empowering lives today.  

Changed Lives

Volunteers often say that their relationships with refugees have impacted their own lives just as much or more than they had hoped to impact the lives of refugees.   Hear the story of how one volunteer has experienced this through serving a family and how you can get involved.      

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The nations are living in our backyards.

"God is taking the Gospel and he's using it to bring the nations in. Our focus has to be to those who are on the outside ... refugees from all over the world are coming and living right in our backyard ... when you see a situation in which the nations are brought to you, that ought to catch the attention of the church." -- Pastor J.D. Greear 

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