SOS exists to glorify God by proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ in underserved neighborhoods through home repair and leadership development.

Spring Break

College students travel from all across the country to partner with inner-city homeowners in making their homes warmer, safer and drier. Through relationship building and home repair, groups are invited to participate the kingdom work of bringing renewal in our city.

Summer Camp

SOS offers Junior High and High School students the chance to sacrifice a week of their summer to immerse themselves in the inner-city of Memphis. Students partner with homeowners to serve Memphis and our Savior by repairing homes in the Binghampton and Orange Mound neighborhoods.

The Academy

The SOS Academy equips young adults to inhabit under-served communities with a Gospel-driven lifestyle of justice and compassion toward their neighbors.

How do we do this?

Through a yearlong residency in Memphis, TN, designed for 19-26 year olds who have a concern for those who are poor, marginalized or unreached.

SOS Builds

SOS Builds is an after school program for urban youth providing educational, character, and leadership enrichment through hands-on construction training. Through SOS Builds, urban youth will gain practical vocational skills, learn to be servant leaders, and grow as followers of Jesus.

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Homes Repaired


Summer Staff


Shingles Replaced

  • Each year we have the opportunity to host a booth at the National Youth Workers Convention and this year it was on our own soil! We’re thankful for this opportunity to meet youth workers from all over the U.S. while also seeing many familiar faces......

  • How was God at work at SOS in 2017? Here are just a few ways: – Repaired 35 homes in Binghampton, The Heights, and Orange Mound – Hosted 1,770 volunteers – 99% of all campers expressed that SOS had some positive spiritual impact on their......

  • Turkey. Family. Full bellies. Football. Abundance. These are some of the words that may come to mind when we think about the Thanksgiving holiday. Or maybe it’s words like Brokenness. Lack. Hunger. Emptiness. Fighting. Bitterness. Whatever narrative we’re bringing to the table (literally & figuratively)......

  • Do you remember doing tool-box inventories on the first and last day of camp? Imagine doing 32 inventories at once! That’s what we’ve been doing! In the summer this cafeteria is filled with 200 hungry campers but now in the off-season we’re using it to......

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