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Stories of Impact
New Hope Fellowship ChurchThunder Bay, Ontario
About 15 years ago the Church founded a youth centre– the only drop in centre in Thunder Bay. Though not exclusive, a majority of the kids who attend the Youth Centre are First Nations. On Saturday nights, 10-20 youth hang out for the evening – shooting pool, playing Guitar Hero, eating pizza. The usual youth stuff. But these youth, like First Nations youth across the country, face unusual challenges.
Abuse. Suicide. Addiction.
Over the past several years, Hope Story has met with Christian First Nations leaders across Canada, investigating whether Hope Story can and should play a role serving troubled aboriginal youth. We were ultimately convinced that our model of working through local, indigenous churches provides an effective and culturally sensitive way to bring hope and healing to First Nations youth. Join us October 23rd, and learn how you can help change a life forever.