Local Missions

Prayer Ministry

At New Journey we believe that prayer is the way that we fellowship with God and also how He ministers to us.  We want to model, teach, equip, and bring comfort to our church body in prayer and through prayer.  We believe what James 5:16 teaches which says that the prayers of the righteous are powerful and effective and that when we confess and pray for one another that healing can begin.  Jesus modeled for us the importance of prayer in times alone with the Father and also taught His disciples how to pray for those in need.  We desire to live in this way as Jesus taught us.


For more information, call 610-262-8101.

Helping Hands

"For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve others..." -Mark 10:45 (NLT)


Helping Hands is a unique ministry.  Not designed to be a benevolence ministry, but created to provide help within the body of Christ.  Some examples of what we do through Helping Hands are as follows:  Meal preparation and delivery to anyone who needs their load lightened (those who are seriously ill, injured, grieving a loss, new parents, etc.). Gift baskets are also assembled and given to those with a special need.  Future plans include running errands, providing transportation, light housekeeping, yard work and so on.


For more information, reach out to Joan Cottone.

Crafting for Christ

Crafting for Christ is a ministry that uses various crafting talents to serve others in need. Whether it be crochet, knitting, cross-stitch, leather work, or any other kind of crafting talent will be used to meet the needs of our community as Jesus did when He washed others' feet. Always willing to serve where we are needed through partnering with various groups who support those with cancer, animal rescue centers, and more.


For more information, reach out to Sheri Staller.

Wash Ministry

The Wash ministry is used to meet the local communities in laudromats. We provide enough quarters for a load of wash that will help a family in need. We strive to connect with the local community and share the love of Jesus.

For more information, reach out to Don Werkheiser.