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MINISTRY PARTNERS

At New City Church, we do not have a lot of individual ministries competing with one another for people and resources because we believe that mercy ministry is best accomplished within the fellowship that accompanies disciple making relationships. Our focus is on making disciples of Jesus who live in community and on mission. Within this community we have identified several ministry partners who are focused on extending God's mercy to those most in need. Our missional communities and discipleship groups are encouraged to regularly serve alongside these partners. 

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YOUTH FOR CHRIST

Youth for Christ is an outreach ministry that provides an introduction to the life altering message of Jesus Christ for unchurched youth in a very relational, interactive and relevant way, so that our students can make an informed decision to follow Jesus and become active members of a local church body.

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Upper 90

Upper 90 is an outreach ministry in the Metro Atlanta Area and Honduras that aims “to leverage the platform of the world’s sport and the influence of mentor coaches to empower children to WIN on the field and in life.” 

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Lawrenceville Response Center

In response to Covid-19, Impact46, alongside strategic partners and other nonprofits, seeks to operate an emergency intake center (Lawrenceville Response Center) as well as develop a long-term sustainability model for asset- based, opportunity-driven services to vulnerable families/residents in Lawrenceville. The LRC will refer residents to industry leaders in the following areas: Homelessness prevention, income loss recovery, utilities assistance (city of Lawrenceville utility company only), and food distribution. The LRC intake specialist will provide necessary direction for residents in response to Covid-19.

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PATH United

We operate community centers inside mobile home parks where children experience the love of Christ through education and positive relationships. At our community centers we offer programs that are designed using research-based best practices and are led by certified teachers and youth development specialists who serve alongside incredible volunteers.

Through partnerships with park owners, schools, businesses, churches, parents and other non-profits we're able to offer on-site programs.

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GCPS Community-Based Mentoring Program

The Community-Based Mentoring program pairs caring adults with male and female students in grades 4 through 12 to provide guidance, encouragement, and support to help them become successful young adults, both in and out of school.