Community Outreach

The Church is one place to be and then the Community is next.

New Northside MIssionary Baptist Church

Community Outreach.

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One Future STL

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IPSTL’s hybrid series “ What We Believe” with Rev. Jim Poinsett!

Click here: to watch the March 28th session on Historically Black Churches,

If you have missed any sessions and would like to revisit or catch up, below is a link to the full playlist which contains all recordings for the series thus far.

Programs like this are made possible by the generosity of our supporters. If you’d like to donate to IPSTL, you can at

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Why a St. Louis church went solar » Yale Climate Connections

The New Northside Missionary Baptist Church in Saint Louis, Missouri, has brought community members together to worship for more than a century. “We really are like a cornerstone church in St. Louis City,” says the church’s pastor, Rev. Rodrick Burton. He says now the church also brings people …

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New Northside was blessed to join with the St. Louis Archdiocese, Williams Temple COGIC, Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church, St. Nicolas Greek Orthodox Church, St. Paul Evangelical Church, St. Raymond’s Maronite Cathedral, The Episcopal Church of the Ascension, The MO Conference of UMC, the ELCA, at St. John Bosco Catholic Church to pray for Chrisitan Unity on January 31st



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Now is the time to learn about the COVID-19 vaccine and decide what’s right for you and why. We all have different reasons. The good news is that it’s safe, it’s effective and it’s free. Learn more and sign up to get vaccinated at Special thanks to: Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski, Rev. Rodrick Burton, Imam Muhamad Hasic, and Rev. Gabrielle NS Kennedy for collectively calling us to care for one another by getting vaccinated against COVID-19.


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Pastor Burton  and NNMBC participating in the campaign ‘World Day against Human Trafficking’ at the church, Sunday, Aug 1, 2021.


NNMBC and STL Mutual Aid

Program Description: Our Mutual Aid Ministry Team is partnered with STL Mutual Aid which is a network of organizers, healers, artists, community leaders, and every day people coming together to deliver food and supplies, provide financial solidarity, offer emotional support, and connect people to their neighbors.

Address: New Northside Family Life Center – 5939 Goodfellow Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63147

Dates & Times: Every other Friday morning from 9am-1pm (subject to change due to volunteer availability) where volunteers assemble supply packages and allow for pick-ups. Please contact Karen Harvey to confirm our Friday distributions each week.

Impact since June 2020:

  • Financial Assistance Distributed: $3,736
  • Supplies Distributed in $: $2,173
  • Households Supported: 40
  • Households Supported Multiple Times: 15
  • Neighbors Connected to Outreach Ministers: 6
  • PPE Masks Distributed: 40,000+

GET INVOLVED: Contact Karen Harvey at or call 314-381-5730.


Volunteer Roles Needed:

1.       No-Contact Canvassers: conduct no-contact outreach and spread awareness

2.       Intake Callers: help by reaching out to community members in search of immediate direct aid, connections to
other resources, or—sometimes—a listening ear.

3.       Assembly: assembles supply packages at the Center while socially-distanced

4.       Delivery Drivers: Picks up supplies from Center and delivers to residents in Jennings 27th Ward that do not have
access to transportation

Donate 4-Ways:

Givelify: Use the Mutual Aid Envelope to make your donation to our effort.

PayPal: Make sure to type in “Mutual Aid” in the note section –

By Phone: Call the center at 314-381-5730 to make your donation over the phone

Mail In:  Make sure to write in “Mutual Aid” in the For/Memo line on the check.


NNMBC is proud to house the Project Downtown Community EMERGENCY Diaper Closet 

Program Description: Project Downtown Saint Louis’ mission is to provide essential services to homeless and low-income segments of the St. Louis community. We have a fundamental belief that every person, regardless of their race, gender, age, ethnicity, religion, criminal record, or life history deserves to have enough quality food, shelter and support to become a healthy, productive, stable force for the sake of enhancing the quality of life in the communities that they call “home.”

You can find our Diaper Closet in the New Northside Conference Center just off Goodfellow Blvd. We provide a ONE-TIME service of 50 FREE diapers per child with help getting connected to longer-term suppliers of Diapers like “Parents as Teachers” programs.

5939 Goodfellow Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63147

9:00AM to 5:00 PM