Serving the World...
...through the ministries at New Hope Free Methodist Church!
Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network (RAIHN)
"Keeping families together.
Getting families home for good."
Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network (RAIHN) is a not-for-profit, interfaith, culturally-competent organization that assists homeless families to achieve sustainable independence by supporting them with tailored services including shelter, food, personalized case management, and a diverse network of caring volunteers.
New Hope Free Methodist Church is partnering with Artisan Church to participate in the RAIHN network. We provide home-cooked meals and a friendly space, for parents and their children who are in housing crisis, to call home while they work on more permanent solutions.
Men's Covenant Groups
"Fostering relationships as brothers in the Lord, assisting each other to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ by encouraging intimacy with God, community with one another and service to those in need."
To become men of God, who are authentic and excited believers, passionately engaged in worshiping God, teaching and serving others.
Every man is being encouraged to be involved in a two or three men’s Covenant Group.
Flower City Work Camp
Each year, students and adults from more than 50 churches serve with FCWC improving homes in Rochester, with teens at basketball and soccer camps and with younger children in neighborhood Sidewalk Clubs, to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to some of the neediest areas of our city.
Applications for students and for adult leaders can be found here.
Campus Ambassadors, Damon City Campus
Campus Ambassadors is a Christian ministry in Rochester seeking to reach the Downtown City Campus of MCC. We have many events that young adults and adults can become involved with to reach out to the campus and the city.
How can you help?
Campus Ambassadors is always looking for prayer partners, mentors, speakers, sponsors, snack-makers, service project ideas and volunteers. For more information, e-mail Christina Baxter and/or go to her website.
RocShare is an organization that serves to help encourage the growth of alternative economies in Rochester, New York. It helps to connect people, businesses and community groups to promote and participate with each other in making Rochester a sharing city. It also organizes some events as a way of instigating and advertising the adoption of sharing systems. If you want to be involved in RocShare you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualifications include optimism, dissatisfaction, and imagination. New Hope's ShareTribe account allows New Hope's community to post needs and goods/services to share.