Friendship House has undergone both ministry and program growth as the demographics of suburban populations in New Castle County have shifted over the years. Friendship House has made a proactive choice to find ways to better serve those who are not receiving available services because they are unable, unwilling, or unaware. It’s a fierce battle […]
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These three videos were done by long time friend and supporter of Friendship House, Rev. Dr. Patrick Vaughn. His weekly short videos, which he posts on his personal blog page called The Unlikely Preacher, are inspiring and thoughtful. These three videos, published one at a time, are of Marcy which Rev. Vaughn captured during a conversation […]
In November we sent out our annual Fall Newsletter. This is a portion of that newsletter. You can see it in its entirety by clicking here. Spring’s Promise in Winter’s Death Like people, non-profits have their life cycles. Ministries are born in response to specific social crises. If successful, these ministries prosper, developing effective programs and […]
Recent demographic shifts felt by local suburban churches include an increasing number of people in need who are generally unwilling or unable to access traditional social services usually found in urban areas. For example, someone on the brink of homelessness or experiencing it for the first time who lives in suburban areas of New Castle […]