Ministries Beyond our Doors

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Ministries Beyond our Doors

Yocumtown Church of God has always felt led to reach out to the surrounding community, whether through the clothes closet/food pantry that operated until 2008, or through participation with the PennDOT's "Adopt a Highway” program. In the past we have provided an annual Vacation Bible School program, Holiday Gift Baskets for families in need, and participated in the Operation Christmas Child program and New Life for Girls Christmas Giving, as well as ministering to our “Adopted Grandmother” at the Church of God Home in Carlisle, PA.

These are only a few of the ministries we support in our building and in our community.

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We support . . . Missionaries in the Cross-Cultural Ministries program sponsored by the Churches of God General Conference.

Camp Yolijwa

We support . . . Camp Yolijwa church camp. With opportunities for children, youth, and families, Camp Yolijwa is a great place for all to meet or reconnect with Jesus and other Christians. They offer weekend, week-long, or even 1-day experiences to share in a Christian living experience.

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New Life for Girls

We support . . . New Life for Girls is a Dover, PA non-profit residential rehab program. This organization introduces women ages 18+ to a new way of living. They offer help to those struggling with problems such as drug and alcohol addiction, eating disorders, and sexual abuse issues. 

New Hope Ministries

We support . . . New Hope Ministries is a local Christian social service agency. They show the love of Christ by serving neighbors in times of need and supporting their efforts towards stability.

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Winebrenner Theological Seminary

We support . . . Winebrenner Theological Seminary, a seminary that educates future and current faith leaders. Their mission is to equip leaders for service in God's Kingdom.

Isaiah 61 Ministries

We support . . . Isaiah 61 Ministries began serving the homeless in Harrisburg as a family ministry in 2007. In 2012 Isaiah 61 Ministries became a non-profit organization and now has many volunteers who help prepare and serve meals Tuesday and Wednesday evenings each week.