What is Éleos?

Éleos is the greek word for mercy – a costly love given for the sole purpose of building someone else up. That’s the kind of love God extends to us, and calls us to extend to our neighbors. 

What do we do?

We exist to serve our neighbors, and equip them in their God-given potential, for the good of our community.

 

How do we approach that?

We serve individuals in a holistic way, and whole communities in a sustainable way. 

Tell me more!

PROGRAMS

Our programs are developed with holistic personal development and sustainable community development in mind. We want to serve people and equip them to participate with us in the development of their community.

Here’s how we approach that.

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS
PROGRAM: OPEN GYM

Relationships are the bedrock of everything that we do. You can’t invest in someone you don’t know, and you won’t receive the investment of someone you don’t trust. Holistic ministry starts and ends with relationships of mutual respect.

INVESTING THROUGH MENTORSHIP
PROGRAM: WEEKLY MENTORING

Most of us can look at where we are today and identify the value of those who invested in our lives along the way. There may be nothing more valuable to offer a young person than your time, consistently invested over the long haul.

DEVELOPING LEADERS
PROGRAM: THE LEAD PROJECT

A necessary part of serving people is equipping them to serve their community. The people with greatest influence in a neighborhood are the people who grew up there, which is why leadership deveopment is at the heart of everything we do!

EDUCATION
PROGRAM: AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING

Graduating from High School dramatically increases the opportunties available to a person. While we are serving the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of young people, we don’t want to overlook their social needs – which for a student is primarily about their education.

PRESS

Graduating to Community Leaders.

When asked how Eleos has changed his life, Bobby responded without missing a beat: “Eleos Ministry has taught me how to be a leader instead of a follower. I am going to take this gift as far as I can.”

Full Article

Contact Us

Want to get involved? Send us a message!