Jackson Area Ministry

Joni and Friends maintains offices across the U.S., including a local office in Jackson, MS. The Jackson office is working together with local churches and organizations, forming outreach programs throughout the community and ministering hope and the message of Christ to those who face the daily challenges of life with a disability. The Jackson office is committed to reaching individuals and families affected by disability in our community with the love of Christ.

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Upcoming Events

Bio-Ethics Conference - Jackson, MS
  • April 24 - April 25, 2015

A Christian view on the Healthcare Humanitites. This is an extention and andvance study of Beyond Suffering.

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Location: Legett Center, Millsaps College, 1701 North State Street, Jackson, MS 39202
Cost: Professionals $150, Non-professionals $90
Contact: Martie Kwasny, Joni and Friends Jackson Area Director; mkwasny@joniandfriends.org ...

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JOY Prom
  • April 24, 2015

All Special Friends are invited to be the honored guests of First Jackson Students. We will have photographers to take your picture, delicious refreshments, and a DJ to keep the music going. Our 2015 theme is "Candy Land" and dress is formal (Sunday or prom clothing).

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Friday Night Friends at Broadmoor Baptist Church
  • May 1, 2015

Friday Night Friends is a ministry that provides respite care for parents of special needs children (and their siblings). It can also be a great night for adults with disabilities! Come join us and volunteers for a night of fun, fellowship, and a meal together! The volunteers of Broadmoor Baptist ...

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Downloadable Documents

Emily Colson Speaks at Love Finds a Way

Listen to Emily Colson speak on God's sovereignty through suffering. Emily is an artist, speaker, and author of Dancing With Max.

Christian Fund for the Disabled

The CFD is a matching grant program of Joni and Friends that demonstrates Christ's love by meeting practical needs of people affected by disability.

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