ACTS of Faith
Mission is to provide a high quality introduction to running to youth in the Upper Monroe Avenue neighborhood.
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Keep the Monroe Milers running!
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New Life Food Cupboard - open 2-3 days per month: 2nd, 4th and 5th Thursdays of each month, 9:30 am - Noon. Every Super Bowl Sunday is our Cereal Bowl Sunday when we welcome donations of cereal. The Food Cupboard is supported by New Life funds, Foodlink, Boy Scouts, and individual donors of food or funds. The Food Cupboard will remain at 243 Rosedale Street, Rochester, NY.
Children and teens gather at Cobbs Hill Manor, 1775 Monroe Ave, Sundays usually at 11:30 am for refreshments followed by worship and other activities. However, some Sundays include field trips to parks, performances or movies at other times and places.
Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network (RAIHN) is a not-for-profit, interfaith, culturally-competent organization that assists homeless families to achieve sustainable independence by supporting them with tailored services including shelter, food, personalized case management, and a diverse network of caring volunteers. New Life provides support to Third Presbyterian Church's rotations at 4 Meigs Street, Rochester, NY.
Members travel to Telica, Nicaragua bi-annually to build a house and teach vacation Bible school. We went in January 2016 for the third time, and will go again in January 2018.
Call to Adventure
We are an Upper Monroe neighborhood community of faith. In response to God’s love, and with an emphasis on children/youth and families, Young Adults, and the needs of our neighborhood, we:
- Connect neighbors to neighbors in order to provide and receive support;
- Foster interactions among neighbors by reaching out and pulling in;
Encourage neighbor generated initiatives that develop connectivity and interaction and interaction among Upper Monroe Avenue neighbors with an emphasis on youth and families, young adults, drug/alcohol addicts and the unemployed.
More Acts of Faith
New Life is in partnership with South Presbyterian Church who initiated the Acts of Faith model.