The Greater Detroit Partnership (GDP) is a network of Christian pastors working together to promote racial, denominational, and geographical unity among churches and other Christian organizations in metropolitan Detroit. The GDP was founded by Matthew Parker as a follow up to the 2006 major outreach to the poor held at the Michigan State fairgrounds and supported by the Convoy of Hope.

The mission of the GDP is to build the capacity among Detroit and suburban churches and other Christian organizations to collaborate on projects and activities to serve metro Detroit communities.

The centerpiece of the GDP strategy is to build close, ongoing relationships between Christian leaders and their organization members in Detroit and their counterparts in the surrounding suburban communities.