What’s a Jericho partner?

When Jericho Partnership refers to a “partner,” we mean a ministry organization or a church. We work with eight ministries to serve Danbury’s marginalized individuals and communities, and 25 urban and suburban churches that support the city through Jericho. We call them partner ministries and partner congregations, each of which is committed to glorifying God in the city by working together to demonstrate the love and message of Jesus Christ. And, because of our synergy and shared mission, we are better together.

Partner Ministries

Jericho Partnership is an umbrella organization that supports eight nonprofit, Christ-centered organizations that serve Danbury’s youth, homeless and other at-risk populations. We provide our partner ministries with volunteer recruitment efforts, financial assistance, staff support and programmatic consulting.


Amos House provides transitional housing for homeless families with supportive services, helping families become independent, housed and self-sufficient.


This broad-based Gospel Rescue Mission ministry provides shelter for homeless men, case work, compassionate care. Its programs include counseling, Christ-centered 12-steps, employability education, transitional living units, + Bible study.


Samaritan Health Center provides excellent and compassionate pediatric care to children who lack health insurance. In addition to quality medical care, it provides nutritional counseling, case management, and a reading program to its patients


This international sports ministry reaches others with the Good News of Jesus through the universal language of sports. In Danbury, the ministry conducts weekly Bible study meetings and focuses on a 5K walk/run in the spring, and winter and summer soccer camps for kids.


Bethany, the nation's largest adoption agency, opened its doors in Connecticut in 2011 with a mission to show the love of Christ by providing social services to children. Bethany's counseling and adoption procedures are free of charge for birth mothers.


The Danbury chapter is part of multicultural, urban, international Young Life network. It meets kids on their own turf and helps them navigate through life, offering fun and the ultimate message of hope in Jesus Christ. YLD is committed to sharing a Biblical worldview with kids in an exciting and relevant way.


Pathways Danbury Youth Ministries serves youth who are at risk of dropping out of high school through the Naomi Mentoring Project for girls; Pathways Academy middle school for boys; Pathways Danbury mentoring program for boys; and S.A.Y. Yes! Youth Center after-school and summer tutoring, academic support and whole-life program.


Babies lives are saved weekly and mothers in crisis receive support through this nonprofit organization, which offers pro-life counseling and support to pregnant women. All services are free, including pregnancy tests, ultrasound, emotional support, material resources, abstinence education, abortion recovery, and referrals.

Partner Congregations

We partner with 27 urban and suburban congregations that are committed to mobilizing ministry and transforming the city in both word and deed — sharing the good news of Jesus Christ’s love and demonstrating His love in practical acts of compassion.

All Nations Baptist Church

Danbury, CT.

New Life Community Church UMC

New Fairfield, CT.

Ridgefield Baptist Church

Ridgefield, CT.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Brookfield, CT.

Wilton Baptist Church

Wilton, CT.

Kingdom Way Pentecostal Church

Danbury, CT.

St. Paul's Lutheran Church

Danbury, CT.

Trinity Christian Tabernacle

Danbury, CT.

Faith at Newtown

Newtown, CT.

Mountain Church of God

Brookfield, CT.

Faith Church

New Milford, CT.

Capilla Danbury

Danbury, CT