The Methodist Church in Clark County offers a wide range of programs to assist people of all ages. H, O, P, E Ministries is a Clark County organization that focuses on helping youth in urban neighborhoods and juvenile courts through rehabilitation, counseling, nutrition, ministering, teaching, job training, mentoring, physical training, and mentoring. The First African Methodist Episcopal Church located at 2446 Revere Street, North Las Vegas, Nevada, 89030 (phone 702-649-177) can provide items to the needy when in good condition. Grace Church works with Eagle and Dove, a local program that serves children struggling in school and provides tutoring, meals, and opportunities for social enrichment.
E Ministries is another Clark County organization that focuses on helping youth in urban neighborhoods and juvenile courts through rehabilitation, counseling, nutrition, ministering, teaching, job training, mentoring, physical training, and mentoring. They can also help immigrants and Latinos who are new to Clark County. Grace Church has an emergency fund that directly helps people in crisis in the community and church members. For referrals, text your zip code to 898211 and you will be provided with information about Clark County churches and other programs in your region. Each month a 13-member team gathers and manufactures an average of 115 gallons of laundry soap which is distributed through the Open Hands Free Store in Springfield.
This food clothing and household goods pantry serves 6000 families in Clark County. We participate in numerous programs to help bring hot meals to those in need, stock pantries, and provide access to fresh fruits and vegetables. On March 18th the Mill Plain United Methodist Church welcomed an elf and church members ages 4 to the elderly to collect food for the Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) food bank in Orchards. Mill Plain UMC joins 20 other churches to provide financial support and volunteer hours to support Babies in Need to ensure that all babies born in Clark and Cowlitz Counties have essential clothing, bedding, and car seats. Grace Church works with IHN (Interfaith Hospitality Network), helping the homeless by providing and serving meals (ten times a year) on a rotational basis with other churches in the area. Not only can poor families benefit from these Christmas programs organized by groups such as the Second Baptist Church (call 702-648-615), but older people and people with disabilities can also take part and receive assistance at Christmas thanks to these services.