Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington
1516 Hamilton Street NW
Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington is a non-profit, community partnership bringing together volunteers, participants, partner churches and schools, and other organizations throughout Greater Washington in a joint effort to bring about transformational change in the lives of all. Samaritan Ministry pursues these goals by:
Specifically, we seek to –
- Empower our participants to develop capacities and address barriers they face in order to live sustainable purpose-driven lives, guiding them to set goals, and take “next steps” to meet those goals.
- Engage our partner churches and schools to share in this ministry by offering their time, talent and treasure, cultivating relationships that nurture both their missions of community outreach and the mission of the Samaritan Partnership as a whole.
- Identify the basic, systemic and unmet needs of our community that underlie poverty – and engage in organized, collective education and action to address those needs.
Inspired by the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37), we are called to practice –
- Compassion – to be neighbors and love our neighbors as God loves us, sharing one another’s suffering and joy, treating each other as we would like to be treated, with kindness, mercy, and justice.
- Transformation – to participate in one another’s growth and development in ways that encourage one another’s strengths and abilities, empowering one another to live fuller, more meaningful lives.
- Dignity – to honor one another’s inherent worth by promoting one another’s self-respect and confidence, sharing our common struggles and celebrating the transformational journey that binds us together.
- Community – to work collaboratively with one another, seeking unity while celebrating our diversity, thereby creating a foundation to do together what none of us can do alone.
Development and Communications Internship (Internship)
Program Services Summer Associate (Volunteer Opportunity)
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