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As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another,
as good stewards of God’s varied grace
— 1 Peter 4:10 ESV

Jesus taught that putting others' needs above our own is the heart of Christian service, therefore we believe it is our duty to reach out to people near and far and share the love of Jesus Christ. 


Local, Domestic & Foreign Missions

Our Purpose...providing opportunities to be the hands of feet of Jesus 

Local & Domestic:
North sends missionaries out into the community and throughout the country to provide support to people in need following disasters and other rebuilding projects.

When & Where...
Watch the bulletin for details on upcoming mission trips. 

Foreign:
For over 15 years, North has supported the effort to bring nutrition, health, education and spiritual wellness to the people of Nicaragua. A variety of opportunities are presented each year for individuals to make a difference.

When & Where...Watch the bulletin for details on the 2019 mission trip.


For more information on Local & Domestic Missions, contact Aaron Richards or Ron Sink.

For more information on Foreign Missions, contact Randy Brooks
randybrooks@northpbc.org


Friendship Kitchen

Our Purpose... To be a response to Christ's instruction
to carry one another's burdens

The Friendship Kitchen exists to provide a place for people from all walks of life to come together for food and fellowship. Providing a free meal and extending an act of friendship to people in need, the Friendship Kitchen is an outreach ministry to the Mid-Ohio Valley.

Donation items provided through the Friendship Kitchen include: 

  • Clothing and shoes

  • Household items

  • Small appliances

  • Hygiene products

  • Fresh fruit, vegetables & baked goods

When & Where...
Address: 31st Street and Emerson Avenue, diagonally across from the church between Exxon and the Wood County Library.
Tuesday-Thursday: 11:00am  Friendship Kitchen 

Need a ride?
Call 304-865-6644 by 9am any Tuesday-Thursday to schedule. 

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For more information, contact Susie Meredith
susiemeredith@northpbc.org


North Place Maternity House

Our Purpose...Find Grace at North Place

North Place Maternity House is a safe place for unmarried expectant moms to stay during their pregnancies. Our purpose is to provide a caring community for women as they prepare to build a life for themselves and their babies. 
At North Place, residents will have a Christ-centered house parent, mentors and volunteers who want to help. Our goal is to improve the overall wellness of each resident’s life and help her acquire the skills she needs to be successful. We are all precious in the sight of God.

Learn more...
To learn more about North Place Maternity House, visit their website at www.northplacematernityhouse.org.

 

For more information, contact Susie Meredith
susiemeredith@northpbc.org


Project Hope

Our Purpose...One Child, One Hour, One Church, One School = 
One Life Changed

Project Hope (in partnership with Kids Hope USA) reaches out to students who are at-risk in our local, public school by providing mentors and tutors. Kids Hope USA is the catalyst for an expanding network of church/school partnerships. These partnerships take on the enormous challenge of kids at risk–One Child, One Hour, One Church, One School at a time–through one-on-one mentoring and tutoring relationships.
Our partner schools are McKinley Elementary, Emerson Elementary and VanDevender Middle School. 

Structure:
Mentors meet with their students for 30-45 minutes once a week. This time period is chosen to fit the schedule of the student and the mentor. Tutors work with their students for one class period per week at a time selected by the teacher.

Get Involved:

  • Mentor

  • Tutor

  • Prayer Partner

  • Baker

  • Substitute Mentor

  • Event Helper

  • Spirit Lifter

  • Office Assistant

Related Link: Kids Hope USA

For more information, contact Jill Winans
jillwinans@northpbc.org

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*The Food Pantry is open to the public Monday-Thursday 9am-12pm. A valid ID showing the recipient's address is required to receive food. Anyone needing assistance should come to the church office entrance on 32nd Street. 

Did you know that our food pantry serves hundreds in our community each year? Due to an increase in requests, we have found our stock depleted during the recent months. We ask that you prayerfully consider helping your neighbors in need by donating some of the following items. You may drop them off at the church office Monday through Thursday from 9–3pm or just leave your
donation in the Worship Center any Sunday.

Needed Food Pantry Items

  • Canned Vegetables

  • Canned Fruit

  • Canned or Boxed Milk

  • Canned Meat

  • Dry Pasta

  • Dry Cereal and Oatmeal

  • Peanut Butter and Jelly

  • Box Pudding and Jell-O

  • Spaghetti

  • Spaghetti Sauce

  • Instant Mashed Potatoes

  • Rice

  • Macaroni and Cheese

  • Soup and Juice

  • Toilet Tissue

  • Personal Items