Missions Suppored by our Missions Ministry
Don and Pat Barger are working with the Guaymi people of Panama. NTM exists to assist the ministry of the local church through the mobilizing, equipping and coordinating of missionaries to evangelize unreached people, translate the Scripture and see New Testament churches established that truly glorify God. Don and Pat visited Road Church and shared their experiences along with a wonderful Power Point Presentation in September of 2005. Don experiences poor health yet is able to continue his ministry.
Teen Challenge was established in 1996, when the Rev. Floyd Miles and his wife Mary answered the call to start a center here in Connecticut. Teen Challenge is a 15 month residential home helping men and women (17 years and up). Teen Challenge of New England continues to give critical services for desperate young people who would otherwise have been destroyed by life controlling addictions. They wrote to us saying they are grateful for friends like us who have committed to partner with them in helping save lives from despair and desperation. They continue by saying: “May God Bless you for your tremendous gift”. The structured program has a reported 86% success rate.
Need help? Contact the New Haven Center: P.O Box 9492, New Haven. Ct 06534; 203-789-6172
Care Net is a Pregnancy Resource Center in Groton, CT, offering free services to help single moms in need. The following words thanked us this year: “Thank you for your support that helps women, children, and their families have hope and a future! With your support, the CPRC is continuing to minister – one person at a time. God bless you for your sacrificial gift.”
Need help? Contact Pregnancy Resource Center, P.O. Box 211, Groton, Ct 06340; 860-449-0386
Love Loaf became a part of World Vision’s United States programs in 1973. This program provides a powerful way for churches and families to respond to the needs in a hurting world. One congregation can change the lives of thousands of children and families in poverty. Please read here about our "Love Loaf" Harvest Service in 2009.
African Inland Mission International
The Missions Ministry now supports African Inland Mission (AIM). AIM is a non-denominational Christian Organization seeking to bring God’s word to Africa. While their ministries are many and varied, AIM’s primary goal is to plant maturing churches of the Lord through the evangelization of unreached people and to strengthen and equip the church through leadership training and development.
Reliance House of Norwich
The Reliance House is a private, non-profit agency that is funded by grants from the State of Connecticut and by private donors and it provides a variety of services to meet the needs and desires of people with mental illness, addiction and disabilities.
Need help? Contact Reliance House of Norwich, 40 Broad St., Norwich, Ct. 06360; 860-887-6536