Introducing NCP's New
Jennifer Echols is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California’s school of Social Work. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Howard University. Prior to attending graduate school, Jennifer worked in the non-profit arena and served diverse populations including at-risk youth and formerly incarcerated, unemployed and underemployed adults in underserved communities.
Jennifer has held positions in job development, fundraising, direct service and case management. Jennifer’s competencies include: relationship building, community engagement, volunteer recruitment and management as well as training development. Jennifer is excited to bring her experience and enthusiasm to the Program Coordinator position as well as to meet New City Parish members.
Images of anguish and hope from New City Parish's annual Good Friday Service--March 25, 2016
Thursday, April 14, 2-4pm: NCP Pastors and Friends Meeting, Olivet Lutheran in Hawthorne
Monday, April 18, 6pm dinner, 6:30pm meeting start: NCP Board Meeting at Chapel of Peace, Inglewood
Thursday, May 12, 2-4pm: NCP Pastors and Friends Meeting, Community Lutheran, Los Angeles
Thursday, May 26, 8am: CLUE's Giants of Justice Breakfast, email to reserve tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday-Saturday, June 2-4: Visit NCP's display at Synod Assembly!
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New City Parish is a non-profit urban coalition of eight Evangelical Lutheran Churches located in Los Angeles, Inglewood, and Compton. As an organization, we focus on transforming our communities through collaborative, holistic ministries and social outreach programs. We seek to proclaim a message of hope, to advocate for the poor and marginalized, to teach people how to think critically for themselves, and to heal and comfort those who are hungry and suffering within our communities.
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