Northridge is involved with local outreach within our community as well as supporting missionaries around the world.
Our primary local mission is through our HOPE ministry. The mission of HOPE is to simply be the church of Jesus Christ by stepping into His world. Being led by God, HOPE endeavors to provide physical and spiritual assistance in four major areas: Schools, Human Trafficking, Homelessness, and Foster Care. In addition to these major areas, HOPE also serves our community through our local food pantry, M25.
HOPE Backpack Program works with Montclair Elementary, Oakcrest Elementary, and Global Learning Academy to provide assistance through weekly food bags.
HOPE currently partners with The Secret Place by providing support for their program. You can learn more by visiting their website at www.thesecretplacehome.org.
HOPE supports A Future and A Hope (AFAAH), a women's recovery program located on the campus of Ensley First Baptist Church. AFAAH is a faith-based transitional program for women seeking to carry out the call of Jeremiah 29:11. Learn more about the program by visiting afaah.com.
Escambia County is currently in a foster care crisis. We are 200 beds short in our county alone. HOPE is committed to help existing foster families and to help families complete the licensing process.
Northridge has a passion for reaching the world with the message of Jesus. We support missionaries through the following organizations: Globe International and Living Water International, Adopt a Child.
Click on a missionary to read more about them and their ministry:
Jorge & Rosa Gutierrez, Mexico
Johnny & Pat Hall, Israel
Bill & Julie Hughes, Thailand
Isaac Hughes, Thailand/Burma
Steve & Ana McDaniel, Guatemala
Angie Wheeler, Mozambique