We show our love for our sisters and brothers by working together in partnership, extending care and support for God’s people in need, and seeking peace and justice in God’s world.
Seeds of Hope in Haiti
In 2013, NDPC launched a multi-church mission to build a school for children of the Haitian EcoVillage. The school is now open, but we continue to need help in many other ways.
New Mission Opportunity
The Seeds of Hope Atlanta Church Group invites adults and youth 16 and older to participate in a Cross Cultural Engagement Interfaith Trip to Haiti from April 2 – 9, 2016. We will go under the leadership of the Unitarian Universalist College of Social Justice (UUCSJ) and be hosted by our Haitian Partner, (MPP), the Peasant Movement Papaye, near Hinche, Haiti.
On this journey, we will focus on learning from MPP about the critical issues of food sovereignty and climate justice. We will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on work alongside our Haitian partners in the Eco Villages and the school, as well as other “agro ecology” projects. We will approach our experiences as “pilgrims,” ready to be present, ready to listen and notice where, how, and with whom God is working. Please join us on this transformative journey!
For full details about the trip, costs, and preparation, please click this link to go to our Resources page, and select the document “Haiti Trip Details”.
Get InvolvedGordon French • [email protected]
CEDEPCA / Anne Sayre Cahabon Birthing Center
NDPC partners with CEDEPCA (The Protestant Center for Patoral Studies in Central America) to transform lives in Guatemala. Numerous youth and adult volunteers from NDPC have volunteered their time and energy in Guatemala over the years.
Joining Hands for Justice & Peace in Israel and Palestine
In partnership with the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta, we seek to bring an end to the occupation and exploitation of the Holy Land by applying Christ’s teachings through prayer, advocacy, and education.
Get InvolvedBert Weaver • [email protected]
Alternative Holiday Gift Market
The Gift Market, held on the first Saturday in December from 10am – 3pm in the Fellowship Hall, raises awareness of alternate ways to share the bounty of loving and serving God’s people, and inspires hope for those benefiting communities.
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Through our Mission Co-Worker Support Program, we work to promote the efforts of NDPC member Jan Heckler, who serves as a PCUSA mission co-worker in Madagascar.