Meet Jericho’s Newest Staff Members

Join us in wishing a Happy Retirement to Ruth Chuvala, who served her last day as Communications Coordinator on August 31, and followed her husband Bob (who retired last year) into some well-earned rest and relaxation.  Ruth and Bob essentially created Jericho’s Communications Department from its earliest days, and served…

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Why I Jericho: Helen Sullivan

Friend of the Good Samaritan Series Why I Jericho: Helen Sullivan Ministry: Hopeline Pregnancy Resource Center Time volunteering with Jericho since her retirement: 7+ years (even longer for Hopeline before it was part of the Partnership) Over the years, Helen Sullivan has talked to many young pregnant women who were…

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Save the Date for Annual Gala 2016

Jericho’s Annual Gala is one of the most anticipated evenings of the year, as 500+ people deeply committed to the Partnership’s mission gather to celebrate what God is doing and commit to supporting what lies ahead. This year’s Gala will be a night that that is focused on the people…

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John Paul Vega Joins The Academy Staff

Even when he’s taught at non-parochial schools – and he has, in Oregon and Massachusetts – John Paul Vega has based many of his lessons on biblical teachings because, he says, the wisdom is so inherently solid. So one can imagine his excitement over being The Academy’s new Social Studies…

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Pastor’s Corner: Jim Wiley

Pastor Jim Wiley, Assistant Pastor at First Assembly of God, Brookfield, volunteers as a Team Leader for CleanStart, the joint Jericho/City of Danbury initiative that helps our homeless neighbors learn job readiness skills by engaging in clean-up and other projects on city property. We asked him to share how being…

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A Lasting Impact

I was surprised to hear my name called from across the parking lot of the grocery store.  “Hey, Dr. Sampson!”  I recognized him right away as one of the troubled teens that we had worked with for years at the Samaritan Health Center.  Our nurse team had met with Eric…

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What Does it Take to be a Mentor?

by Rev. Horace Hough, Director, Pathways Danbury For the better part of two decades, the men who serve at Pathways Danbury – the founding ministry of what would become Jericho Partnership – have been dedicated to changing the lives of at-risk youth and impacting the local high school drop-out rate…

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Can God Use You?

Can God use you? Well, of course He can; there is nothing He can’t do. But, what I mean is: Do you think you are worthy of being used by God? Are you good enough? Skilled enough? Often, when we are asked to serve the Lord in any way, our…

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Sept: Upcoming Events & Important Dates

September 6, Tuesday – S.A.Y. Yes! Center’s after school program begins for the year   September 10, Saturday – Junk in the Trunk Fundraiser for Young Life If you have unwanted clothes and items to sell and want to be a vendor, contact Wes at (203) 770-7556 or Colleen at…

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September Volunteer Opportunities

We currently have many volunteer needs across Jericho and its Ministry Partners: Reading Buddies to serve at South Street School and other Jericho ministries, including S.A.Y. Yes! Afterschool Program. Mentors to invest in the lives of boys and girls through our PDYM mentoring programs (Pathways Danbury and Naomi), and for…

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