Ministry Partnerships

Children In Need:  
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Children In Need, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization founded in December 1998 to provide Washington County children the necessities needed for learning. 
Contact - Ms. Anne Martin, @ King’s Kids childcare - Lisa Appleby (

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The WMS (Women's Missionary Society) of the Brethren Church is a worldwide program for women. As we are the Women Meant to Serve ministry of the Brethren Church based in Ashland, Ohio, USA. We strive to both encourage and provide personal growth to our members and friends around the globe. We may be reached at 
Contact - @ SJBC Loretta Bowers (  

The Hope Center @ Hagerstown Rescue Mission: 
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The Hope Center at Hagerstown Rescue Mission is a non-profit, faith-based relief and rehabilitation organization that serves the greater Hagerstown region. Since 1955, the Hope Center has been working with caring individuals, churches and civic organizations to help those in our community facing issues like hunger, homelessness, substance abuse and poverty. We offer help to anyone in need in the form of food bags, family assistance, homeless shelter for men, drug & alcohol rehab programs, thrift stores and daily meals for the community. 
Contact - Rev. Ronald L. Shank (

Williamsport Food Bank: 
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The Williamsport Food Bank is administered by the Williamsport Ministerium and housed at Zion Lutheran.  This is a joint effort of the churches in Williamsport to provide food for those who need it.   
Contact-Leighann Stotelmyer 

Fountain Rock ES Backpack Program: 

Partnership with Fountain Rock Elementary School and SJBC to provide quick easy meals, children can have when home alone in the evenings or weekends. We help with donating food and stuffing backpacks 
Contact - Colleen Beaver (

Salvation Army Angel Tree: 
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Angel Tree matches donors with children from qualified families to ensure children receive gifts and clothing during the holidays. For many donors, the personal connection to a child in the community has become a special tradition. For participating companies and groups, the sponsorship program is a wonderful opportunity for employees to give back to their community through a fun and heartwarming tradition. 
Contact- @ SJBC Cheryl Hartle & Donna Hutzell (, (

Operation Christmas Child: 
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A small shoebox can have a big impact. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out of it is eternal. Be a part of changing children's lives all over the world in Jesus' Name through the power of a simple gift with Operation Christmas Child. 
Contact: Pastor Brad spearheaded this rollout in 2014.  

Rice Bowls:
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Every 15 seconds a child is orphaned due to AIDS alone in Africa. It is no wonder that this region of our world has been coined the continent of orphans. Our partner orphanages are rescuing children, giving them a chance at life — abundant life at that. They are sharing the love of Jesus as they meet their physical and emotional needs. We get to be a part of this incredible transformation through providing for them physically with food. Working together we can coin this region, the continent of hope! 
Contact-Pastor Brad rolled this out in 2014 

Williamsport Area Ministerium: 
Contact WAM President- Sara Moore 

Hagerstown Area Pregnancy Center: 
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The HAPC provides medical services including pregnancy verification via urine test and ultrasound. We are not an abortion clinic or referral service. Our services are confidential.  

Hospice of Washington County: 
Hospice of Washington County, Inc. is committed to serving our community by empowering patients and families to provide quality end-of-life care and grief support for those coping with a life-changing loss.

Holly Place: 

Holly Place is an assisted living community, located in Hagerstown, MD 21740. Assisted living facilities provide care to elderly people who need help with daily tasks such as meal preparation, mobility, bathing or dressing. Assisted living centers do not provide housing for elders with severe medical conditions that require medical care and monitoring from a doctor or registered nurse. Assisted living offers intermediate care for individuals who cannot reside on their own in an independent living, but do not need the full-time health care services of a nursing home. 
Contat @ SJBC-Evelyn Eichelberger