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Restoration: serve, equip & connect

Jesus says he will make all things new again (Rev. 21:5), and he invites us into his work of Restoration.  NEC reaches out to those in need within our walls, in our community, and across the world.  Won’t you join us?  We have formed service teams targeting special projects and also partner with established local and regional organizations for wider impact. 

Global Outreach

World Renew

NEC partners annually with World Renew Disaster Response Services to help communities impacted by from natural disasters.  Our teams have served in New Orleans (Hurricane Katrina), Pennsylvania, Alabama and North and South Carolina, alongside community residents! After immediate needs are met and coverage of a disaster has faded from the news, volunteer teams are needed to assist in the  long-term recovery efforts.  Interested in learning about participating in an upcoming trip?  Contact Chris Beaudoin at or Dena Gauthier at

Mission E4

In 2010, several NEC staff and volunteers were personally impacted when, during a trip with Mission E4 to Haiti, an earthquake struck, devastating many communities.  In the following years, NEC began an active partnership in which volunteer teams travelled with Mission E4 back to Haiti for disaster response work, help with construction for orphanage buildings and child sponsorship. If you would like more information about upcoming trips or child sponsorship, contact Chelle Pitts at or visit their website  

Mission Trip to Haiti
Several members of NEC are traveling to Haiti this upcoming January 13-20, 2018. Mission E4 is looking for people to love on the children, perform medical check-ups and to help with construction on the upcoming January trip.  The deadline to apply for this trip is October 7th.  We would love to have you join us!  If you would like more information, please visit the ME4 website at, see Chelle Pitts at church or give her a call at 508-376-2147.  Hope to see you there!


Manos Curitvas

Ten years ago, NEC member Barbara Focht began travelling to the Dominican Republic to use her skills as a doctor to care for underserved communities.  She continued to lead teams of medical and non-medical volunteers every other year….and Manos Curativas (Healing Hands) was born!  NEC is honored to partner with Manos Curativas on trips where mobile medical clinics for short-term care operate. Additionally, community members are educated and trained through basic medical screenings and care.  If you would like to know how to support these medical trips or are interested in participating, contact Robbie Lottero at

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Dena Gauthier
Restoration: Global Leader

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