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Sowing Seeds of Hope

Make an IMPACT in Cleveland this summer

Our Sowing Seeds of Hope ministry is for week-long mission teams to come and serve the elderly, persons with disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, and underprivileged communities here in Cleveland. Projects include completing minor home repair projects, painting, doing yard work, feeding and distributing supplies to those experiencing homelessness, and working with our #Corner65 youth by tutoring, mentoring, and running activities for the kids (learn more about our #C65 program here). We work with numerous local organizations throughout the city including The City Mission, Laura's Home, Habitat for Humanity, Community Housing Solutions, and Trials for Hope to make certain your work is both necessary and meaningful (learn more about our community partnerships here).

Mission trips always require a bit of flexibility, but never more so than now. While we suspended our normal summer programming due to COVID-19 last year, the needs of our community remain and in many cases have been exacerbated due to the economic and social impacts of the pandemic. We are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of your group and the people we serve by requiring that all eligible team members receive both doses of the vaccine by week of service, limiting registration to one team of 24 people per week, and requiring that teams either work outside or socially distance inside. As always, we are remaining flexible and will work with you and your team to find a week and length of stay that works best for you. Do not hesitate to email us if you have any questions or concerns.

The Nehemiah Mission of Cleveland

The Nehemiah Mission of Cleveland is a program of the North Coast District of the United Methodist Church East Ohio Conference. 

 216-961-6968

 

6515 Bridge Ave, Cleveland,  

United States

 

nehmission@gmail.com

To learn more about the North Coast District, please visit https://www.eocumc.com/northcoast/

To learn more about the East Ohio Conference, please visit http://www.eocumc.com/

To learn more about the United Methodist Church, please visit http://www.umc.org/

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