C4S After School Program
Students flourish when they are in safe, structured, and nurturing environment to live, learn and play.
Exposing teens to various outings and activities.
Inspiring Children; Equipping Families; Engaging Partners; and Empowering Communities!
2018 Circle of Hope FORE Kids Golf Outing
June 25, 2018
Circle Urban Ministries is working to make the Austin community a better place to live, learn, grow and succeed!
Circle Urban Ministries’ Campus hosts programs to address poverty, housing, hunger, education, drug/alcohol dependency, medical, and legal issues. We have seen God’s love impact thousands of lives. Our 2016 Impact Includes:
150+ Church Members Each Week
Each week the Circle Campus hosts 150+ members of the Rock of Our Salvation Evangelical Free Church.
Over 500 Clients Received Much Needed Help
In 2016 the Circle Campus was home to more than 500 clients who needed compassionate, comprehensive and accessible legal services.
More than 1000 Patients Seen Last Year
In 2016 more than 1000 medical patients come to the Circle Campus for their medical needs each year.
8,000 Pounds Of Food Distributed Each Month
On average, Circle Urban Ministries distributes more than 8000 lbs. of food each month.
520+ Scholars Attended a Tier 1 School
In 2016 Catalyst Circle Rock Charter School hosted over 520 scholars and received a Tier 1 ranking from CPS. More than 95% parental involvement and 96% attendance rate!
After School Program Grew By More Than 25%
Our after-school academic enrichment program has over 101 students in the 2017-2018 school year with an attendance rate of over 95%!
OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM
James has extensive knowledge in experiential education and child development. He has worked with schools to implement experiential education in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minneapolis, Kentucky, Kansas, Ohio, Missouri and Michigan. His work with children has been featured in the text book, “Careers in Child Development” (Pearson 2008). Learn more about James
Walter Mendenhall IV
Director of Teen Ministries
Walter went from being diagnosed with a learning disorder at age 5, to graduating with a 3.2 GPA and becoming a professional athlete of the National Football League (NFL). Walter now serves as the Director of Youth Ministries for Circle where he imparts knowledge and wisdom to the teens in the Austin neighborhood. Learn More About Walter
Director or Youth Ministries
Kim comes to Circle Urban Ministries from the Boys and Girls Club at Brunson School where she supervised grant-funded programs. Hired, trained and evaluated employees. As the Director of Youth Ministries she monitors operational performance to ensure alignment with national mission and goals.