Casey & Lindsay Andis
Lincoln & Ashley Peters
Campus Outreach seeks to build laborers with a commitment to Jesus and His Great Commission through evangelism and discipleship. They are passionately reaching students with the Gospel and training them to become mature followers of Christ. Their desire is to see students leave college equipped to labor in the harvest field for the glory of God.
As a viable and effective emergency shelter in Hancock County, the City Mission of Findlay seeks to end homelessness and hunger by providing food, shelter, and access to essential services to help all men, women, and children move from crisis to stability. They provide shelter and meals and strive to instill a sense of hope in all who come through their doors.
CHOPIN Hall’s mission is to provide assistance, free of charge, to those in-need who reside in Hancock County. Assistance is provided in basic areas to include food, clothing, household, and personal-care items. CHOPIN Hall is a non-profit organization that serves clients regardless of race, age, or religion. They believe everyone should have access to food, clothing, and other basic necessities.
The mission of the Christian Clearing House (CCH) is to provide emergency assistance for our neighbors facing financial, emotional,or spiritual needs in Hancock County. CCH is a non-profit organization that exists as an association of churches, collaborating with local agencies, and individuals to promote effective use of community resources.
Child Evangelism Fellowship is a Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. They strive to disciple kids in the Word of God and help establish them in a local church. The Good News Club and 5-Day Club ministries take place in neighborhood settings such as homes, backyards, schools and community centers all over the world. These fast-paced, one-hour programs are designed to bring the Gospel of Christ to children on their level in their environment.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat's vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. By partnering with the community, HFH builds new homes, repairs damaged ones, and encourages those in need through the love of Christ - not just throughout the build process, but even remaining in relationship with those helped for the years to come.
OnTarget is a youth mentoring ministry that uses outdoor sports like archery, riflery, fishing, hunting, and camping as a way to connect with young people. Through many opportunities including summer day-camps, after-school programs, lessons and more, friendships are built between students and even adults. As these relationships continue to develop, many opportunities arise to speak the truth of the Gospel into young people's lives. The desire is not only to pass on the heritage of the outdoors, but more importantly, to outfit them for life by instilling confidence, ethics, values, and faith in Christ.
University of Findlay's Campus Ministries looks to bring students together for Bible studies, community service, and worship while also providing opportunities for leadership and growth in their faith as they walk through their college years. Campus Ministries seeks to equip students to leave college and proclaim the Gospel in all they do, while also encouraging students to be plugged in to a local church in their communities.
The Women’s Resource Center’s motto is “Help for today and Hope for tomorrow,” and their mission is to save and change lives through the truth and love of Christ. This is accomplished by promoting life-affirming choices, healthy decision-making, and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Provisions, such as pregnancy tests, diapers, mentoring, and Bible studies are available free of charge for vulnerable clients. WRC also provides post-abortion support.
Black Swamp Young Life in Findlay (and the surrounding area) exists to invite young people to experience life as God designed it to be experienced. Young Life leaders come alongside kids in their adolescent years and help them with the everyday struggles they face, like difficult temptations and peer pressure. They reach kids by going where they are and taking the time to get to know them personally. As they get more involved in students lives, they earn the right to share the life-changing message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and then dive deeper with them as the relationships continue to grow.