LOCAL MISSIONS

Chosen People
Chosen People Ministry
Chosen People Ministries exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same. The mission was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1894 by Rabbi Leopold Cohn, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant with a zeal to share the knowledge of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah with God’s chosen people. Today, CPM serves in thirteen countries across the globe. Outreach programs include evangelism and discipleship, Messianic Centers and congregations, equipping the local church for Jewish evangelism, print and web publications, and benevolence work. CPM is focused on proclaiming the Good News through Jesus the Messiah to Jewish people around the world. Contacts: Randall & Luda Ford  - Link to their website here

Free Inside
Free Inside Prison Ministry
The prison population is the most lonely and alienated cultural group in the USA. Founded in 2003 by Peter Dewberry, Free Inside is a Christian ministry to the incarcerated, with the express purpose of making Christ and His love known to them in a way that is relevant, and in a time when Christianity seems alienating. Free Inside also provides training for those interested in ministering to prisoners, by using an internationally recognized program called Alpha. -Link to their website here

HIHS
HIHS: Hebron Interfaith Human Services
Hebron Interfaith Human Services (HIHS) is a place where people will find human compassion, caring, and a multitude of services for assisting people during their time of need.  Hebron Interfaith Human Services, a non-profit organization established in 1983 by our local faith communities,  provides assistance to all eligible residents of Hebron.  Located at 20 Pendleton Drive, Hebron, CT.  - Link to their website here

TCC
Teen Challenge of New Haven, CT
Teen Challenge is one of the oldest, largest and most successful program of its kind in the world. Teen Challenge New England serves individuals and families in the six New England states and New Jersey by providing Christian faith-based, long term residential recovery homes for more than 400 adults & adolescents and outreach and drug prevention programs to children and youth in schools and local communities. Through Teen Challenge sons and daughters are restored and reunited with their once heartbroken families torn apart by their loved one’s past drug and alcohol addiction.  - Link to their website here

thefold
The Fold Family Ministries
The Fold provides affordable Christ-centered residential care for up to 25 troubled teens at a time, from ages 13-17, at its two facilities located in scenic Vermont.  The Fold’s motto is, “Changing Lives, Renewing Hope, Restoring Families; One Son and One Daughter at a Time.”  Since 1968 nearly a thousand at-risk teens have turned their lives in a new direction and distraught parents and fractured families have reconciled.  Many parents have found The Fold to be the answer to their prayers, as they proudly watched their children find hope and healing and move on to successful careers, marriages and lives within their communities.  Contact: Fred Tomaselli or Emily Larkin  - Link to their website here

Care Net Pregancy Center NECT
Care Net Pregnancy Center of NECT
Care Net Pregnancy Center of NECT is a ministry committed to upholding the sanctity of human life through the provision of spiritual, physical, and emotional support for anyone seeking help with pregnancy related issues.  With the Gospel of Jesus Christ as its heartbeat, it is licensed as a medical clinic that offers free services including pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, life-affirming options counseling, parenting program (Earn While You Learn), material resources, and a post-abortion Bible study support group called Hearts Set Free.  Caring Families Pregnancy Services, Inc. does business as Women’s Center Eastern CT with two locations, in Dayville and Willimantic. – Link to their website 
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Isaiah 58
Isaiah 58 Outreach
Since its inception in 1995 by Ray and Linda Labbe, Isaiah 58 has been a street outreach in “soup kitchen” style. Now, Tom and Sue Healy feed the homeless and needy, healing the broken hearted and down trodden through the gift of the Spirit of Jesus Christ. The Healy’s invite you to take part in reaching out to the lost and hurting, while bringing comfort and the good news of Jesus. Three Saturday’s a month, the Healy’s and their devoted volunteers park their “Big Blue” van in New Britain, opposite St. Mary’s RC Church at 544 Main Street to organize donated food and clothing and prepare soup and the gospel for those in need. Contact:  Tom Healy 860-873-8791, email: Frog9@yahoo.com