The Harvest House is an organized food pantry operating as an outreach ministry of North Street. In Texas one in every five people live in poverty and has difficulty meeting basic nutritional needs. Also, 25 percent of the children in Texas go to bed hungry. The Harvest House meets the needs of many East Texas families.
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Kids Hope U.S.A.
Kids Hope U.S.A. is a volunteer Christian mentoring program serving children at Raguet Elementary in Nacogdoches. Mentors develop a caring relationship with one student for one hour each week. Mentors strive to help meet the emotional, social and academic needs of their child by becoming a dependable friend.
Sonshine school is a family outreach ministry of North Street and serves 60 to 70 children and approximately 50 families each fall, spring and summer. The purpose of the pre-school ministry is to provide a Christian atmosphere where children can learn about God as well as to give children the opportunity to receive the readiness skills needed to prepare them for kindergarten. Sonshine school has classes for children ages 12 months to 4 years and has developed an excellent reputation for Christian-based education in our community. Sonshine Director Susan Bently can be reached at (936) 560-1016.
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Partners 4 Africa
Partners 4 Africa is a program run by Dorian Flynn, a previous minister of North Street. They are working in South Africa, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe. In addition to general support, North Street actively participates in the ACT project and the DAD project. For more info, please visit partners4africa.com.
Hope for Haiti's Children
Hope for Haiti’s Children is a program dedicated to helping the unfortunate children of Haiti through Christian education, orphan housing and care, medical missions, and more. In addition to general support, North Street actively participates in the Joy Box program each year. For more info, please visit hopeforhaitischildren.org.
North Street is also working with the Neema Village in Tanzania, Africa. It is run by Mike and Dorris Fortson. Mike is a previous Yellow House campus minister of North Street. The Neema Village is a home for abandoned and orphaned babies. To learn more about the Neema Village, visit tanzaniaorphanhelp.com.
Job Amarihu is a long time missionary supported by North Street. He works with several congregations in Nigeria, Africa.