Hartford City Mission


  • YoungLife & WlydLife Clubs   ( 1 Article )

    Hartford YoungLife is open to teens in grades 9-12 in Hartford. All Hartford youth are invited to come and bring their friends.

    YoungLife meets every Friday 6:30 - 9:00 @ The Salvation Army Facility, 100 Nelson Street (NE corner of Barbour and Nelson), Hartford.  (6:30 - 7:15 - open gym; 7:15 - 9:00 program).

    Hartford WyldLife is open to teens in grades 6-8 in Hartford.  All Hartford youth are invited to come and bring their friends.

    WyldLife meets from 6:00 - 8:00 on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month.  We meet at The Salvation Army Facility, 100 Nelson Street (NE corner of Barbour and Nelson), Hartford on the 1st Saturday of each month and we meet at the Ministry House, 280 Vine St, Hartford on the 3rd Saturday of each month.

    Hartford YoungLife and WyldLife are a partnership between HCM and YoungLife.

    Contact Dave Ambrose, for volunteer opportunities.

    Visit the Photo Gallery to see pictures from Club night and events.

  • Noah Children's Ministry   ( 2 Articles )

    Noah After School (School year program)

    According to the 2011 Connecticut State Mastery Tests:

    • 23% of Hartford 5th graders read at the state goal level
    • 39 % of Hartford 3rd graders write at the state goal level
    • 32% of Hartford 4th graders possess math skills at the state goal level

    Hartford City Mission wants to meet the practical educational needs of elementary school students in the north end of Hartford.  Noah After School helps students improve homework and reading skills and learn about how Jesus loves them.

    Every week day after school (3:45 to 5:45), kids from the north end in 1st to 5th grade gather in the basement of the HCM ministry house and at Antioch Baptist Church for the program.

    NAS Vine meets Monday-Thursday from 3:45 to 6:00pm at 280 Vine Street, Hartford. The Vine site also does small group field trips on Fridays.

    NAS Antioch meets Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 3:45-5:45pm at Antioch Baptist Church at 161 Nelson St, Hartford.

    Volunteers assist the children with homework and reading, providing encouragement and academic support.  Other aspects of Noah After School are Bible lessons, games, crafts, dance, art, music, snacks, and more.  Noah After School depends almost completely on volunteer support.  Volunteers from all walks of life, in and out of Hartford, are welcome...anyone who loves kids and longs to experience Christ.

    Contact Cheryl Maida for program details and volunteer opportunities.



    Camp Noah (Summer program)

    Camp Noah is a fun, Christ-centered half day camp for kids in the north end of Hartford.  Camp Noah meets for eight weeks during the summer at Glory Chapel International Cathedral, close to Keney Park.  The camp is for kids who have completed first grade through completed fifth grade.  Kids who come to Camp Noah get to play games, make crafts, sing songs, learn about the Bible, go on field trips, go swimming, and much more.  And the best part is that it’s free for kids!

    Camp Noah Summer 2012

  • Summer Internship   ( 1 Article )

    Each summer we hope to hire a team of interns to help us take advantage of the opportunity to grow and develop in serving our neighbors. There is much work to be done! At the same time, we place a high value on the growth and development of those working with us. The Northend of Hartford is a great place to become shaped more and more like Jesus, and we believe you also will find this a place where God can challenge, encourage, solidify, and empower your growth. There are both many ways we can serve this neighborhood, and many ways it can serve us.

    Take a look at this short video that features former Hartford City Mission interns Cheryl Maida and Russell Jarvis. Cheryl (intern 2010) has lived at the Vine ministry house, but now lives just several blocks from it, and currently works as one HCM’s Noah After School site directors and is our Camp Noah Director. Russell (intern 2004 + 2005 and former HCM employee) is married to Amy Jarvis (intern 2005 and current Children’s Director) and they live 3 blocks from the Vine ministry house.

    Since the start of the HCM summer internship, 15 out of 31 interns have done one or more of the following: returned for a 2nd summer internship, stayed involved with HCM programs through volunteering, or moved into the north end to live and work.

    See below to see how you can join the HCM intern team!


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