Serving Locally & Globally

  • NAPC has several outreach programs, where lives are changed by the power of Jesus. We encourage you to explore the list and find the best use for your time and talent! Visit the website of each ministry partner below to learn more!

  • Habitat for Humanity

    Habitat for Humanity’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Their mission is to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat has a chapter in New Albany that we have been working with over 10 years.

  • Gulu Community Church

    NAPC supports the missions of Pastor George Jabulani in Uganda, Gulu. When NAPC first traveled to Gulu in 2008 as a mission team, they returned with a compelling desire to support the growing community. The support to this church helps with Pastor George’s salary, teachers, new construction and more. The team has traveled in 2010 and 2013! Check back here often for an update from Pastor George on what he is doing with our support.

  • Franklinton Youth for Christ: Mentoring & Tutoring

    Youth for Christ (YFC) is located in Franklinton. YFC staff and volunteers meet with young people who need Jesus. Our focus as a movement is on multiplying fruitful and sustainable ministry sites across the nation and around the world. Get involved at YFC as a Mentor or Tutor.

  • Franklinton Friends Ministry

    NAPC partners with Friends Ministry in Franklinton to serve meals to those in need. Friends Ministry practices a pragmatic form of Christianity by offering hospitality and friendships to others, most of whom are strangers. NAPC serves Franklinton Friends Ministry every other month, by preparing the meals on Friday, and delivering and serving meals on Saturday.

  • International Friendships, Inc. (IFI)

    IFI (International Friendships, INC) is a community organization that works in partnership with universities and Christian volunteers to promote friendship and hospitality for international students, scholars and family members.

  • Sports Outreach Ministry

    Working side by side with those we serve, Sports Outreach shares and demonstrates adaptability and resiliency that empowers and equips individuals, families and communities to overcome adversity, reduce suffering and be transformed.

  • Domestic Mission Trips

    Our Domestic Mission Trips are centered on sharing the gospel in our own country. You do not need to leave the USA to find poverty and desperate living conditions. These trips give our kids and team members a better understanding of how to show Jesus' love and care within their own community once they return home. NAPC’s first domestic mission trip was in 2016 to Charlotte NC. Travel dates for 2017 coming soon.

  • Young Life

    Young Life leaders log many hours with kids — where they are, as they are. We listen to their stories and learn what's important to them because we genuinely care about their joys, triumphs, heartaches and setbacks. Loving kids regardless of their responses. They believe in the power of presence. Kids' lives are dramatically influenced when caring adults come alongside them, sharing God's love with them. Because their Young Life leader believes in them, they begin to see that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose.

  • International Mission Trips

    Our International Mission Trips are centered on sharing the gospel throughout the world. By partnering with Sports Outreach, we are able to travel to locations such as Ometepec Mexico, and Gulu, Uganda. Our church travels internationally one time per year, and in 2017 our team will head back to Ometepec, Mexico.

  • Bible Study Fellowship

    Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) is an in-depth, interdenominational Bible study for women that helps people know God and equips them to effectively serve the Church throughout the world. NAPC hosts BSF every year on Thursday’s.

  • Prison Ministry

    There are many opportunities to support our Prison Ministry’s at NAPC. By donating plastic bags for the Women’s Reformatory to make mats for the homeless, or by adopting a child for Christmas Angel Tree. Our prison ministry focuses on sharing Jesus’ love to those people who cannot regularly attend a church.

  • Lower Lights Ministry

    Lower Lights Ministry is passionate about serving individuals, families and the community of Franklinton through holistic ministry! Using innovative programming, a mission-focused staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers, they have been working for over twenty years to minister to those in need by equipping them with the tools and skills needed to achieve self-sufficiency and break cycles of poverty. NAPC serves Lower Lights Ministry every other month, by preparing the meals on Friday, and delivering and serving meals on Saturday.

  • Project 658

    At Project 658 they believe that in Christ we all can have hope restored. They seek community transformation through the powerful work of Jesus and are committed to serving families in greatest need in our city and around the world in ways that that are practical, sustainable and burden lifting. They believe that the only way a community is transformed is by putting Jesus at the center and allowing His work to bring change. Their goal is to bring hope back to these communities that feel lost, forgotten, and in despair. The goal of Project 658 is to see hope restored.

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