Visually impaired people feel more comfortable coming to Outreach Centers, where blind Christians share Jesus’ love with resources they can use. Christians at Blind Outreach Centers go out of their way to reach out with a hand of help. Here, both sighted and blind people gather for friendship, help, and support as they show and tell Jesus’ love.
They provide daily support, fellowship, and classes. People meet for fellowship meals, Bible study, skill-training classes to prepare for employment, support groups for people with various vision problems, and training to become effective Christian leaders. They teach Braille classes with the Adult Braille Christian Reader curriculum, which addresses hard questions blind people ask, such as “Where is God?” and “Is there hope?”
Most importantly, Outreach Centers provide a family of love and care. Many people who would not otherwise hear about Jesus connect to God’s Word and His people at Outreach Centers.
To locate an Outreach Center near you, click on your state or province.
Outreach Center(s) in Minnesota
(sorted by city)
Outreach Center 607
Blind Ministry Outreach Center
Faith Lutheran Church
3430 E 51st Street
Minneapolis, MN 55417-1591
Faith Lutheran Church website