Noah’s Outreach Mission shares the love of Jesus with others. Our main focus has been
children, providing peanut butter, quick oats and Christmas bags to children in Haiti. The
Christmas bags contain personal hygiene items, school supplies, a few pieces of gum and candy,
as well as a small toy.
And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. – Romans 8:28
Our clothes closet offers clothing, limited household items, decorations,
and a wide variety of miscellaneous items free of charge to anyone in need in our community. Our
inventory is graciously donated. We do ask that you be compassionate towards, and considerate of
others, and only take the item(s) you personally need for your personal use. Items taken should not
be sold. Our normal hours are Saturday between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Due to the
COVID 19 virus, we are only open every other Saturday right now. If hours change or if the closet
is going to be closed we try to post the information on our Facebook page in advance, when possible.
While we welcome donations, we are only accepting donations on Saturdays while the closet is open. We
do ask that only items that are clean and gently used be donated. We do not have the ability to repair or
clean items. We also ask that items be bagged or boxed with like items, for example please don’t mix
kitchen items with clothing. Our closet is staffed entirely by volunteers who are blessed and honored to be working for our Lord and Savior. They are here to not only assist you with items items in the closet, but also available to help you with your spiritual needs, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior.
Pennies for the Licking County Homeless
Judy Lieber is collecting pennies to purchase water and peanut butter for the homeless in Licking County.
The following are Missions we support,
Vertical 196 is a part of Licking County Jail Ministries located at 196 S. 5th St. in Newark, Ohio. They provide services to the area homeless and are open 10AM – 2PM Monday through Friday. Lunch is served 11:30AM – 12:30PM.
Some of the services provided are:
- Laundry & Shower Facilities
- Socks, Coats and Shoes
- Hygiene Supplies
- Job Training Resources
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Bibles & Church Connections
- Rides to Rehab
- Mobile Device Charging
Missionary Flights International
Mission Flights International was founded in 1960 by Don Beldin. At that time, Don was flying a small engine plane for Youth for Christ evangelism in the Bahamas. Don began transporting other missionaries in his plane as the needs increased. In 1964, Don incorporated Missionary Flights International ( MFI) to meet the needs of Bible-centered missions. As the need for air services increased, MFI acquired larger planes and added additional destinations.
After 42 years in West Palm Beach, MFI moved to Fort Pierce, FL in 2006. Today MFI operates out of two hangars flying turbine-powered DC-3s to meet the needs of over 450 missions to the Bahamas, Haiti, Dominican Republic and anywhere else the Lord sends them. About 300 tons of cargo and over 4,000 Christian workers are transported every year.
Mission Statement of MFI:
In partnership with Bible-centered missions by providing reliable transportation and logistical services.
City Welfare Mission
The City Mission Church and the City Welfare Mission began on Oct. 8, 1944 in a converted saloon at 212 Lawrence St. in Ironton, Ohio. They are now located at 710 North Fifth Street in Ironton. The City Mission Church operates a full time Mission to help those who are in need in our community with the motto of “The Door of Hope to the Unfortunate”. Although they help people all year long they are best known for the free Thanksgiving Day Dinner that is given to hundreds each year and also for helping with Christmas food and toys. Every year hundreds of families are given food and over 1,000 children are given toys as well as clothing. This is made possible by the generosity of individuals, churches, schools and civic groups who share our vision of helping others. The men preach at the jail every Sunday morning as well as conducting services at 2 area rest homes every Sunday morning and another rest home on Friday night. Several times a month they conduct services at a local apartment building for its residents.
Heartbeats of Licking County
Heartbeats of Licking County located at 336 E Main St in Newark, was formed in 1969 as a “nonprofit, Christian ministry that offers emotional, physical and spiritual support to those who find themselves in the midst of an unexpected pregnancy”.
Heartbeats for Life is a life-affirming pregnancy resource medical center serving the people of our community with the love of Christ. They achieve this by:
- Practicing intentional unconditional love of Christ to all that come in word and deed.
- Offering practical help and positive alternative choices to abortion.
- Loving the woman well so hope rises in her and she can love her baby to life.
- Providing restoration groups for post-abortive women and men.
- Encouraging, equipping and expanding the tools to create a culture of life in our churches and community.
- Teaching youth about the value of their sexual integrity and the importance of committing to abstinence until marriage.
- Modeling and serving others in the local, state, national and international pro-life communities.
- Purposing to impact our service area to embrace the sacredness of human life across cultural, generational, and ethnic boundaries.
- Provide crisis pregnancy services including confidential pregnancy tests, ultrasound services, parenting courses and material assistance through incentive-based programs.
- Referral to social & community services.
- Post abortion recovery. Increase public awareness and education concerning the positive aspects of adoption.
- Make information on the choice of adoption easily accessible to birth parents trying to process a parenting decision.
Licking County Food Pantry
The Food Pantry Network Located at 1035 Brice St in Newark, was started in 1981 by a group of downtown churches and pantries responding to the hunger need. In 1987, the Food Pantry Network of Licking County was chartered as a 501-3 organization with the determination to ensure that no one in Licking County would suffer from hunger. Working toward this goal, the network strives daily to accomplish the mission of acquiring, storing, and distributing nutritious food to the financially deprived and otherwise needy in Licking County. The work of the Food Pantry Network is accomplished on a daily basis through the operation of food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, youth camps and after-school programs. The affiliated pantries utilize over 300 volunteers in fighting the war against hunger.
Licking County Jail Ministries
The Licking County Jail Ministries (LCJM) is a non-profit Christian organization serving the needs of inmates at the Licking County Justice Center in Newark, Ohio since its inception in 1986. The LCJM is led by a volunteer board of directors and guided by a full time chaplain, who is on call 24 hours a day to serve inmates and their families in the following ways: Spiritual Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Mentoring, Bible Studies, Worship Services and Release Assistance.