Our ministries give energy to transformation.

The Nehemiah Mission of Cleveland provides meaningful experiences and creates connections that develop individuals, strengthen relationships, and expose life-altering hope and truth. There’s power in this place and the individuals who participate in our ministries. Become an agent of transformation today.

Bread On Bridge

Bread On Bridge takes place every Tuesday evening from 5:30- 7pm. It is a diverse gathering of people from all backgrounds, lifestyles, economic strata & faiths. Dinner is provided at 5:45pm followed by casual worship and discussion. Come as you are and feel acceptance.

Leadership provided through a joint effort between Nehemiah Mission and Westlake United Methodist Church.


#Corner65 is a drop in program for children of the surrounding neighborhood. It provides, play, learning, tutoring, Bible study and relationship building. It is a place that allows curiosities to be answered and life skills to be acquired.

Luke 3:11 Trailer Ministry

Luke 3:11 Delivers food and essentials to homeless camps and low income housing units. Partner with local churches to build relationships in an underserved, forgotten community

The Matilde Davila Emergency Pantry

The Matilde Davila Emergency Pantry provides emergency supply of  food and personal hygiene items to people of immediate needs.

Twice Blessed Free Store

Distributes quality clothing and home essentials to people needing assistance. Operated by Rocky River UMC, the ministry is meant to help people meet Jesus Christ in the midst of their own stories.

Special Programs

New programs and collaborations are developed in response to the perceived needs of our community as well as our immediate neighborhood. Have an idea? We would like to hear it!

Our ministries create bridges

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Youth who attend could not stop
talking about the witness of faith
that was shared with them
— Fields U.M.C
I believe that the Missions year
round presence goes a long way to
accomplishing the mission of seeing
the city of Cleveland rebuilt for Christ.
— St. John Church