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Download our HFNY Resource Card as a way to engage homeless and hungry neighbors.

Read Tim Keller's outline of "Wholistic Ministry" and the Biblical call of the church  to minister in both word and deeds of mercy and justice. 

Watch our workshop on "How to Care for our Homeless Neighbors," outlining practical ways to serve our homeless neighbors and connect them to resources.



What is Hope for New York?

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  Ministries of Mercy: The Call of the Jericho Road
Dr. Tim Keller

Generous Justice: How God's Grace Makes Us Just
Dr. Tim Keller

  When Helping Hurts: Alleviating Poverty without Hurting the Poor... and Yourself
Brian Fikkert
To Live in Peace: Biblical Faith and the Changing Inner City
Mark R. Gornik


Mercy in the Kingdom of God
Logan Gentry, Apostles Church


Hope for the City
Tim Keller, Redeemer Presbyterian Church


Hope for New York Sermon Series
Tim Keller, John Perkins, Jeff White, and others


Prayers for People with Disabilities

April 12, 2017
Nearly 900,000 people in New York City live with disabilities. Lack of accessible transportation and housing, unequal education, unemployment, and poor health care are among the common barriers people with disabilities face. Join us in praying on behalf of these neighbors of ours.

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When You're Open to God Using You in a New Way

March 30, 2017
Caroline Anderson, who works in the cosmetic industry, had reservations about her ability to serve on our Community Grants Circle, a collective of people who participate and advise in our grant-making process. But God has used her in ways she couldn’t herself imagine.

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Restoring Justice for the Most Vulnerable with Thrive Collective

March 27, 2017
We asked Thrive Collective founder, Jeremy Del Rio, to tell us a little about how Thrive came to be, why art, and what kind of impact they’re making—and hoping to make—on the city. Join us in welcoming Thrive as our newest affiliate!

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Prayers for the Elderly

March 21, 2017
Approximately 998,000 New York City residents are 65 and older, and that number is expected to increase to 1.3 million by 2030. Seniors in NYC face financial abuse, lack of resources, and increasing poverty rates. Join us in lifting up the elderly to a God who promises to carry and save us, even to our old age.

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Another Avenue to Spread Love and Grace to Our City

March 16, 2017
When Greg Hockenbrocht wanted to go deeper in the mission to spread mercy and justice throughout NYC, he joined our Community Grants Circle, a collective of people who participate and advise in our grant-making process. Here’s a bit about what he’s experienced since then.

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