Missions and Ministries

“…to reach out in word and deed with faith, joy and compassion…”

A Mission Tub is setup from time to time in the fellowship area when we are collecting items related to our various “donation” drives.  The objective is to help less fortunate people locally and around the world.  This usually involves the collection and delivery of food goods, clothing, blankets, toys, or items related to health and hygiene.

We also provide support to the community in many other ways:

NBMC Health Ministry partners with the minister and serves as a bridge between medicine and the church by providing holistic spiritual care to the congregation.   The ministry, led by a registered nurse and health care advisory committee works to promote the health and healing of the church and surrounding community.

Habitat for Humanity – New Beginnings’ youth prepare snack bags for the team workers, and when schedules allow, adult teams help with the building of homes.

“Made with Love” Ministry – Talented women of the church donate their time and talent to knit/crochet beautiful blankets/caps, etc. to be given to local organizations, like Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte, Levine-Dickson Hospice, and Presbyterian Hospital.

Motors-4-Moore – From a request of one of our youth, we are holding our largest mission event to date (a car and motorcycle show) to raise money for Moore, Oklahoma to help their tornado recovery.

Through our Christmas Eve Love Feast offering, we help financially support the following three local ministries:

* Hope House – helps vulnerable women & children to be able to live independently; our   children regularly make “gifts” for the residents, as well as the domicile itself.

* Hinds Feet Farm – serves persons living with traumatic brain injury.

* Ada Jenkins Center – helps the community in a variety of ways –crisis assistance, medical/dental, youth education, childcare and more

Loaves and Fishes – Our members collect and contribute food donations to the pantry located here in Huntersville, as well as supply volunteers as young as 3 to help in the pantry.

Emergency Winter Shelter – Our adults volunteer to serve meals at the shelter in Charlotte each winter, as well as re-supply the shelter with necessary paper goods and pantry items.

Laurel Ridge Moravian Camp -The youth from our church attend camp in the summer and are blessed with scholarship assistance from the Women’s Fellowship. Our adults have an opportunity to attend events throughout the year for spiritual development, mission work, and fellowship.

Hospice and Red Cross – Our church community has several associates who are active in local Hospice organizations and the Red Cross.

Stephens Ministries – Members in our congregation are certified as leaders in this multi-denominational, nationwide network of lay caregivers. They provide one-to-one Christian care to anyone facing a crisis or life challenge.

Angels & Sparrows Soup Kitchen – Volunteers help prepare lunch, and fresh produce is donated from the children’s Hope Garden.

Holiday Cards for Heroes – Our families work together to create holiday greeting cards for our armed forces, both active and retired.

Lespri-Haiti – a newly-formed orphanage in Haiti was “adopted” by our children’s ministry, and cards and friendship bracelets were made and shipped.

Bayaha Children, Haiti – in conjunction with a local church’s youth, our children’s ministry has collected books, sandals, sunglasses, and matchbox cars have been shipped to this village

Sierra Leone – for more than five years, we’ve helped support the work done in this village both through collections of school supplies, baby items, and toiletries, as well as financially.

Hope Garden Ministry – The local soup kitchen and food pantry receive fresh produce grown in our summer garden.

Levine-Dickson Hospice – Throughout the year, children create table toppers and cards of hope for patients.  Our adults provide meals for the families periodically as well.

Homebound Cards of Hope – The youth create greeting cards for our homebound members.

Ronald McDonald House – New Beginnings’ children provide door decorations, table toppers, and snacks when needed; our “Made with Love” ministry makes care blankets for their guests.

Urban Ministry – collections of needed items for the homeless by our congregation, as well as the preparation of food by our children’s ministry

Operation Christmas Child (Samaritan’s Purse) – both the children and adults of New Beginnings participate in this worldwide ministry. The children collect items for the shoeboxes, and the adults (13+) volunteer at the processing plant here in Charlotte.

Serenity House – our children make table toppers, yard decor and window decorations for this comfort care home; to help the guests and their families at this significant time.

If you are interested in participating in any of these programs, please contact the church office for more information!