Pastor: Lewis Wilson
Church Phone: (410) 728-2816
Mission and Vision: Live out our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ through word and deed by equipping ourselves to employ every resource and relationship God ordains to advance His kingdom, beginning with the community of Sandtown-Winchester in order to encourage, facilitate, and support spiritual, cultural, and economic renewal.
New Song Cares
Director of New Song Cares: Ella Wilson
New Song Cares seeks to come alongside individuals or families and meet them at their point of need. This might mean helping someone develop the soft skills needed to sustain employment, assisting in resume prep, or providing tools so people can seek out gainful employment. Or, as God provides, becoming a conduit for our church partners to supply needed resources to community residents: this could be supplies for your school age youth or just a bus pass—the bottom line is we care because our God does.
New Song Community Church also partners with the following agencies:
Create University provides Sandtown and West Baltimore residents with an opportunity to discover their entrepreneurial gifts or to redirect their efforts to legitimate business enterprises by providing professional business-related expertise, access to capital, business guidance, and discipling for those who have shown the aptitude and desire to become successful entrepreneurs.
Family Tree https://www.familytreemd.org/
Leads Maryland in preventing child abuse, connecting caring communities, and building strong families to improve societies for generations.
Baltimore Healthy Start, Inc. http://baltimorehealthystart.org/
Investing in the health and wellbeing of Baltimore’ s families. We push to reduce perinatal health disparities, including infant mortality, by providing direct services to pregnant and postpartum women, their infants and fathers living in socially, economically, and medically disadvantaged communities.
Jubilee Arts http://arts.jubileeartsbaltimore.org/
A catalyst for social change, Jubilee uses art as a tool for empowerment, community building, learning our history and changing our future.
Martha’s Place http://marthasplace.org/
A Maryland state-certified recovery program for women overcoming drug addiction and homelessness. Martha’s Place borders Baltimore’s communities of Sandtown-Winchester and Upton and offers both six-month transitional housing as well as long-term Single Room Occupancy (SRO) housing.