Bible Verse of the Week
“But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.” Matthew 6:20
Material wealth is temporary. Nothing lasts forever—except what our God enables us to do for others. Giving of our time and resources to spread the good news, visiting those who are lonely, and helping those in need are just some of the many ways to store up treasure in heaven.
Quote of the Week
Many persons have a wrong idea about what constitutes real happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose. Helen Keller
I am God. Today I will be handling all of your problems.
Please remember that I do not need your help. If life happens to deliver a situation to you that you cannot handle, do not attempt to resolve it.
Kindly put it in the SFGTD (something for God to do) box. All situations will be resolved, but in My time, not yours.
Once the matter is placed into the box, do not hold onto it by worrying about it. Holding onto it will delay the resolution of your problem. Instead, focus on all the wonderful things that are present in your life now.
Because I do not sleep or slumber, there is no need for you to lose any sleep. Rest, my child. If you need to contact me, I am only a prayer away.
Baby & Children's MinistryGood Neighbors Health CareNew Hope Education Center
We invite you to read about a specific ministry by using the colored tabs at the top of this home page, or by using the following colored links.
Baby & Children's Ministry (716) 824-7818
Good Neighbors Health Care (716) 856-2400
New Hope Education Center (716) 855-0654
Retreat & Spirituality Center (716) 825-0929
† The Baby & Children's Ministry offers free clothing, toys and basic necessities for 5,800 children each year. Families are referred by over 200 agencies.
† Good Neighbors Health Care serves 3,000+ uninsured adults every year. Services are free and include primary care, vision exams, prescription eyeglasses, counseling, chiropractic and dental care.
† New Hope Education Center offers training for adults who need to make a living wage. We partner with Erie 2 CC BOCES, Buffalo Adult Education, Erie Community College and Allwel. Approximately 2,500 students attend classes annually. Please click on the New Hope Education tab to see a list of classes.
† Our Retreat Center offers a comfortable place where organizations, churches, schools, and thousands of young people are able to attend spiritual retreats and gatherings. Groups from out of state have a place to stay while doing local community service.
Please scroll down to read The Harvest House Story
THANK YOU FOR ALL WHO SUPPORTED OUR 3RD ANNUAL FUNDRAISER DINNER ON OCTOBER 1!
Over 200 friends enjoyed an evening filled with good food and good fellowship
Thank you to all who helped organize and contributed to the event.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO VOLUNTEER?
THE BABIES AND CHILDREN NEED YOUR HELP!
Volunteers are needed in the Baby & Children's Ministry.
Adults - a great way for your teen to fulfill community service for school!
Call Lupé Peña at 824-7818
Volunteer opportunities are also available at:
Good Neighbors Health Care email@example.com
New Hope Education Center firstname.lastname@example.org
Help is needed 4 times per year in the Retreat Center at 1782 Seneca Street with our newsletter bulk mailing...the amount of time you stay is up to you! Easy work - No typing. Great fellowship! We need you! If you can help, please call 825-0929.
THE HARVEST HOUSE
The seed was planted when Gary Tatu saw a picture of the church in a real estate listing book. A few days later the seed was cultivated at a John Michael Talbot concert where all night the messages of, "Sell all you have, give to the poor and follow Me," and "Peter, do you love Me? Feed My sheep" seemed directed specifically at them. Gary and his wife Linda left the concert and drove by the church. After months of research, prayer, and seeing God's loving hand directing them, they sold their home in the suburbs and, on April 12, 1993, purchased the derelict city church which is now Harvest House.
Physically, Harvest House is the former South Presbyterian Church and Sunday School building. It is a 22,000 square foot red brick building with high white columns holding up a large overhanging roof. A 2,100 square foot addition...(read more)
Harvest House provides retreat space to over 120 teenage, adult and family groups per year. Sleeping is in carpeted rooms on one of the many couches or on the floor. Groups prepare their own meals in the fully equipped kitchen. The second floor chapel provides...(read more)
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