Donate Kids’ Arts & Crafts

Jericho host a Thanksgiving dinner for residents of the Spring Street neighborhood on Tuesday, November 22, at the Jericho Spring Street Neighborhood Center. We want to give lots of little hands fun things to do during the evening… so we’re setting up an arts & crafts table, and we’re accepting…

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Donate items for Care Kits

Jericho will be serving Thanksgiving dinner to some of our homeless neighbors and residents of the Good Samaritan Mission in November. We’ll be giving each of them a gift as they leave – a Care Kit filled with items to demonstrate our love for them. We’re accepting donations to fill…

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Turkey Drive!

Jericho will be serving Thanksgiving dinner to hundreds of people in the Spring Street neighborhood on Tuesday, November 22. Following dinner, we’ll send each family home with a Box of Love, which will contain items for their own Thanksgiving dinner. We’re accepting donations of frozen turkeys to fill these Boxes…

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Elvis Bueno: A Life Transformed

There are a handful of people in Elvis Bueno’s life that mean the world to him. It’s evident by the way he smiles when he talks about them, or how he puffs up with pride when he speaks their name. “The reason I am the way I am today is…

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Jonathan Lees: Resident Training Program Helps Reset Life’s Course

Jonathan Lees can look back over his life and see exactly why and how it got off course, leading to his struggles with crippling anxiety, isolation, and alcohol abuse. But today, because of the ministry of Good Samaritan Mission and Discipleship House, he can look forward and see a future…

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Pastor’s Corner: Rev. Joseph Shepley

Go into the world and preach the gospel to all creation (Mark 16:15). The African impala can jump to a height of over ten feet and cover a distance of over thirty feet, yet can be kept in an enclosure with only a three-foot wall. They will not jump if…

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Meet the Jericho Staff Team: Michael Ronan

Meet the Jericho Staff Team: Michael Ronan, Director of Operations With Jericho: Since August 1, 2008 Michael Ronan is the Jericho staff member you’ll find, on any given day, leading the team in prayer, filling coffee pots, organizing breakfasts or galas, sweeping the parking lot, taking visitors on a tour…

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On Mentoring: You’ve Got to ‘Role’ With It – Teacher

By Don Lewis, Mentor and Pathways Danbury Youth Ministries Board Chairman While it’s true that being a successful mentor requires “showing up,” the true test of the strength of any mentor-mentee relationship is rooted in how well a mentor wears multiple hats. More than just being a companion, a good…

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Gala 2016 – Celebrating Transformation through Mentoring

Jericho’s biggest night of the year – when 500 people come together to celebrate all God has done through our ministry this year and pledge to support it for another – will take place on Thursday, December 1 at The Amber Room Colonnade, Danbury. This year, we’ll shine a light…

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Christian Private School vs. Public Education What’s the Difference?

By Everette Hutchins, Headmaster, The Academy As the Headmaster of an all-boys Christian middle school, I’ve been asked “Are you a school or are you a ministry?” What I’ve learned is that there is no difference between the two. The simplest definition for teaching is “the presentation of ideas brought…

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