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NightWatch is a ministry that began in November of 2004 and continues today. A group of volunteers from many area churches and civic groups meet at the Center of Hope and gather in prayer before heading out to visit with the homeless where they are. They bring food, snacks, hygiene kits, Bibles and the love of Jesus Christ to different sites in Greensboro and minister to the homeless. For more information or to volunteer contact Steve Still at 336-235-0362 or email@example.com
NightWatch is an evangelical street outreach ministry to the homeless in Greensboro. On Friday nights, the NightWatch team visits homeless people where they are — on the street, in the woods, under bridges.
NightWatch distributes food, snacks, blankets, hygiene kits and other donated items necessary to help meet the immediate physical needs of unsheltered homeless people. NightWatch team members pray with and spend time talking to the people they encounter on the street — focusing on their spiritual needs, and their need for friendship, fellowship and community. » Scriptural Foundation: Matthew 25:31-40
Donations of needed items can be made to the Family Store location at 307 W. Lee St. Please advise the staff that the donation is for NightWatch and it will be placed in our storage space. If you would like to make a monetary donation, that can be done by mailing a check or money order to The Salvation Army, 1311 S. Eugene Street, Greensboro, NC 27406. You can drop off your donation at that same address or if you would like to donate by credit card, please click on the DONATE NOW button on the top right side of this webpage or calling 336-273-5572. Please be sure to write NightWatch Ministry in the memo line of your check or in the special use section of the secure online donation form.
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NIGHTWATCH LEADERSHIP TEAM
Steven Still (Sojourn Community Church)
Jeff Phillips (Men Of Vision & Excellence)
Gary Neese (Daystar Christian Fellowship)
Brima & Chantale (FaithWalk UMC)
John Borgione (Sojourn Community Church)
Darlene Jackson (Liberty Wesleyan Church)