Thank you for your interest in the ministries that NewPointe partners with locally and around the world. Each of the ministries listed is uniquely equipped to fulfill a purpose that God has chosen for them. Please join with them in ministry if you can. There are a variety of ways you, your family or small group could have a tremendous impact on one of these ministries and those they reach. Serve on!
|Eight Days of Hope
Eights Days of Hope is a project-propelled organization that works with local churches and organizations in meeting physical and spiritual needs of communities after natural disasters.
330.874.3630 (local representatives Butch & Julienne Price)
|Coalition for Christian Outreach
The CCO is a college ministry organization that helps college students live out their Christian faith in every area of life. We strive to stay culturally attuned while remaining committed to bold evangelism and uncompromising Biblical integrity in order to transform college students to transform the world.
330.364.1890 (local representative Denny Trimmer)
The Domestic Violence Shelter aims to help women and children who are survivors of violence by providing safe shelter, support, education, and access to needed resources.
|New Grounds Cafe'
A safe place to connect with area youth, reach out to the community, challenge each other in our relationship with Jesus, and magnify God in our everyday lives.
|Off The Wall Ministry
Off The Wall Ministry is life on life 24/7 discipleship with a focus on Biblical Training, Ministry Training, and Character Development.
|Impact Middle East
The focus of IME is Christ-centered church planting, pastoral education, and leadership training, which is currently taking place primarily in Jordan, Kurdistan (Northern Iraq), and Egypt.
330.936.2823 (local representative Fred Reikowsky)
P.A.L (Preparation for Adult Living) Mission is a private, faith-based social service agency which provides stable, secure housing and life skills training to the at-risk population of adolescents aging out of foster care, former foster youth who have already emancipated from the foster care
system and homeless young adults up to the age of 25.
330.339.3515 (Tuscarawas County) or 330.453.9199 (Stark County)
|Pregnancy Support Center
The PSC (Pregnancy Support Center) exists to provide our community with support and education in the matters of crisis pregnancy, sexual lifestyle, and the sanctity of human life from a Biblical worldview.
|Social Services for the Arab Community (SSFAC)
serves low-income, limited English speaking Arab families and individuals through Case Management, advocacy, community collaborations and a wide range of direct services to obtain the resources necessary to support themselves and develop self-sufficiency. SSFAC is committed to serving beyond any political, religious or racial differences while sharing the hope, love and compassion of Jesus Christ.
Introducing adolescents to Christ and helping them grow in their faith.