Care For Our Troops, MA. Community — faith organizations in particular — can learn the skills to help military families and returning veterans build resilience and thrive. This program provides training, facilitation, and connections for faith communities in ministry with service members and their families.  Care For Our Troops, MA is a new ministry to provide the tools and the understanding to reach out and support military families and returning veterans.  Please visit our partner site for more information.

Project New Hope Executive Director Bill Moore and Board Member David Michalak present the  2015 Ralph F. Moore Jr. Memorial Award to Betsey MacPhee, Jean Trott, and Karen Nell Smith, the “cookie ladies” from the Congregational Church of Christ.

Project New Hope Executive Director Bill Moore and Board Member David Michalak present the  2015 Ralph F. Moore Jr. Memorial Award to Betsey MacPhee, Jean Trott, and Karen Nell Smith, the “cookie ladies” from the Congregational Church of Christ.

The Congregational Church of Christ, UCC, in North Leominster, MA, one of the original “Finding the Calm in the Storm” congregations, recently received recognition for their support of Project New Hope Retreats for veterans and their families.  Since 2014, the congregation has offered a warm welcome with cookies and conversation to arriving retreat participants.  

Two levels of participation are available for congregations to participate in Care for the Troops: