News and EventsNew Northside Missionary Baptist Church
Grief Recovery Sessions
Time: 2:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Every month on the Third Wed, until Jun 16, 2021, 6 occurrences
Jun 16, 2021 – 2:00 PM
Meeting ID: 884 6335 4496
Call-In: 312 626 6799
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NNMBC and STL Mutual Aid
Mutual aid is “cooperation for the sake of the common good.” It’s getting people to come together to meet each other’s needs, recognizing that as humans, our survival is dependent on one another.
Jubilee 2020 – November 15th
See the information below to learn more.
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Our church has been blessed to exist for 118 years, providing a spiritual home and faith community for hundreds of people over the decades. We thank you for your continued support as we face the unprecedented challenges of COVID 19. We have several ongoing capital improvement projects for 2020 totaling over $80,000.
Traditionally, we have used the funds raised during the annual days (Fellowship Day, Women Day, Men Day and Church Anniversary) to fund our capital improvement projects. Unfortunately, we had to cancel the annual days due to COVID 19 resulting in a deficit of $80,000 to our projected 2020 budget.
In lieu of the Annual Days, we are having a Jubilee Day of Giving on November 15, 2020 and we invite you to give to help fund these capital improvement projects. You can give using any of the following methods:
In person at the Family Life Center M-F 10 AM-3 PM or by mailing your pledge to: New Northside Missionary Baptist Church 5939 Goodfellow Blvd, St Louis, MO 63147 (please allow at least 10 days for delivery and processing)
By Donating via our PayPal Account
By Donating via the Givelify App, just find our New North Side Baptist Church and give to the Jubilee Day envelope.
We’re asking each member to give $400 (the total amount that would have been requested over the 4 Annual Days: $636.00 ) or to give as the Lord has blessed you to give help to reach our goal of $80,000 to fund the capital improvement projects. We are the Church Where Everybody is Somebody because Christ is All and we thank you for your continued support.
Live Streaming at NNMBC
New Northside Family not quite ready to make the transition back to our face-to-face services yet, well the media ministry, along with church leadership is working to develop a protocol to provide a live stream of our service to our YouTube channel weekly.
In the next few weeks, we will be evaluating our ability to bring you a professional live-streamed service weekly, from equipment installation, to testing our ability to accurately provide a quality Live stream
We are seeking professionals in the area of media production to help us with the installation of equipment, determining additional purchases needed and how to bring you a live quality production of the service weekly.
If you’d like to join us in any way in making this happen, please email us at NNMBCstl@gmail.com, and remember we are the church where everybody is somebody because Christ is all!!
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Helping Children Cope with Disaster
American Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Agency
Learn more about how we can help our children in a disaster or traumatic event.
Click on the link below:
Hotlines for COVID-19
Missouri: St. Louis City Department of Health: (314) 612-5100
- St. Louis County Department of Health: (314) 615-2660
- Jefferson County Health Department: (636) 797-3737
- St. Charles County Health Department: (636) 949-7400
- Missouri State Health Department 24-hour COVID-19 Hotline: (877) 435-8411
Illinois: St. Clair County Health Department: (618) 233-7703 ext. 7 or DPH.SICK@ILLINOIS.GOV
Update: Mercy Neighborhood Ministry Resource Lists
MNM has updated our comprehensive list of food pantries in St. Louis City with pertinent information in regard to operation changes borne from the novel coronavirus. You can visit www.mercy.net/mnm – Resources to view our resource lists.
Other resource lists
A number of other organizations have compiled their own lists and websites full of resources related to COVID-19. Check them out below.
- United Way: http://www.211helps.org/covid-19-where-to-turn/
- Community Council: http://www.communitycouncilstc.org/resources/covid-19-resources
- Beyond Housing: https://our241.com/
- STL Response: https://www.stlresponse.org/
SCLC Resource Drives
SLCL is providing drive-thru food pick-up for kids Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10-12pm and drive-thru emergency diapers on Fridays from 10-12pm at select locations. Period supply kits will also be available on Fridays. Please see flyers for more information. Click on the link below:
St. Louis County Library Food Pick-up for Kids and the Emergency Diapers Bank
St. Louis Oasis – Conversations that Count
Feeling socially isolated during the Covid-19 quarantine?
Join St. Louis Conversations that Count in our upcoming discussion.
Start March 30, 2020 – Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 am to 12 pm (Noon) CST
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Community Narcan Distribution Program at North Central Community Health Center
The Saint Louis County Department of Public Health has created a Community Narcan® (naloxone) Distribution Program. Free Narcan® will be available to anyone who requests it Monday through Friday 8 am – 4:30 pm at the North Central Community Health Center at 4000 Jennings Station Rd, Pine Lawn, MO 63121. Community members can ask lobby staff for naloxone. A trained staff member will then provide a rescue kit after going over the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose and how to use Narcan®. For additional information, contact email@example.com. Click here on this flyer link for more information: Narcan Flyer