This project evaluates the degree to which faith-based organizations in Marion County Indiana offer programs that may impact low-income populations. Using a representative sample of 285 churches in Marion County, Indiana, this study investigates the relationship between race and social service provision and the potential impact on low-income communities. The findings of this study identify race as a significant factor in the type of social service delivery offered through faith organizations. Although several studies have identified social service activities, few studies consider specific economic activities. Although both African American and White faith organizations provide similar social service and educational activities, African American organizations are more likely to provide economic activities. These activities include employment services, job training, business development and assistance, and other economic activities that include credit repair, financial classes, and counseling.