“I Am Jane Doe” Exposes Sex Trafficking Dangers

YOU’RE INVITED Premiere screening of “I Am Jane Doe” Thursday, June 15, 6:00 p.m., Walnut Hill Community Church, Bethel Jericho Partnership is honored to be co-sponsoring this event with several caring organizations. Register here “I Am Jane Doe chronicles the epic battle that several American mothers are waging on behalf of…

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ShareFest Plan Hits The News-Times

Check out The News-Times’ coverage of Jericho’s Community Reconciliation initiative, and our plans to have a ShareFest weekend next spring. http://www.newstimes.com/local/article/Jericho-Partnership-plans-community-building-event-11154037.php  

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Reflecting the Character of God

By Rev. Brian Mowrey, Lead Pastor, Walnut Hill Community Church John was asked to give the class reflection at his baccalaureate service. He was thrilled to be asked and immediately went to work on his speech. A creative guy, John wanted to do something his classmates would remember. So, as…

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Introducing Community Reconciliation

***SHAREFEST 2018*** Plans for next spring’s ShareFest Weekend are underway now!  Organizers are lining up projects that will have the most impact in our city. Click HERE to fill out a Volunteer Form; note “ShareFest” in the comments section and we’ll add you to the team! Want to stay up…

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Community Reconciliation: The Action Plan

Each of the seven goals in our new Community Reconciliation objective will be met through a series of events and/or activities through which God can work to break down barriers that will, over time, lead to community reconciliation.  Some highlights: Absorb Pain: To make a difference for those who suffer,…

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Shawn Fisher: A Life Transformed

Shawn Fisher said he had his “a-ha moment and wow moment” at once – while lying in a nursing home bed, looking down at the tubes protruding from his torso, which were doing for him what his ravaged body couldn’t do. Keep him alive. Decades of unbridled alcohol abuse caught…

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A New Objective: Community Reconciliation

Every ministry can point to milestone markers – a time when God has moved in a significant way, prompting its leaders into new areas of ministry. Jericho has just experienced one of those milestone moments. For all of its 10-plus years of ministry, Jericho has been guided by five objectives,…

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Five Unexpected Benefits of Volunteering

We know that volunteering to serve others –  at Jericho, we call it “being the hands and feet of Jesus” – is a blessing to those who receive your time, compassion and love. But what about the volunteer? Recent research has determined that there are some surprising benefits to the…

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Meet Sera Pisani, CityServe Coordinator

Sera Pisani has joined our staff as CityServe Coordinator; she’ll be organizing and working primarily with volunteers serving in our Reading Buddy program, but will also have a role with our CleanStart and Spring Street Neighborhood Center initiatives.  Sera is new to the non-profit sector but is thrilled to begin…

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Staff Needed for Summer Learning Camp

Want to spend seven weeks this summer doing something that can change a child’s life? Jericho’s Spring Street Neighborhood Center is now taking applications to fill its Summer Learning Camp staff positions. Summer Learning Camp will take place June 19 through August 11, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and will…

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