Jericho Partnership is a nonprofit collaboration of word and deed ministry organizations and congregations dedicated to serving the at-risk community of Danbury, CT, focusing on issues related to life and health, our youth, our homeless and needy, and neighborhood transformation.
Taking our name from the Biblical parable of the Good Samaritan, who aided a beaten and bruised traveler on the ancient road to Jericho, we aim to fulfill the Bible’s twin directives of proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ and of doing good deeds to demonstrate His love – benefiting our community by helping those in need of spiritual, emotional and material transformation.
This web site provides you with opportunities to take action and to connect with people who share a vision for making a difference in Danbury.
To mobilize ministry and transform the city of Danbury for the glory of God and the common good of its people. We will do this via a radical and sustainable partnership of Christ-centered churches, word-and-deed ministries, and private foundations.
we seek to:
Form a collaborative partnership of Christian organizations serving urban Danbury’s at-risk communities
Mobilize funds, facilities, and volunteers for the partnership
Empower partners to connect holistically with the populations they serve
Create practical initiatives in the name and Spirit of Jesus Christ to transform lives and break the cycle of poverty and homelessness
To increase the number of Danbury-area residents who embrace a Christian worldview.
To bolster the high school graduation rate of at-risk youth while developing them into young men and women of honor.
To foster personal responsibility and the sanctity of life on a whole life basis among our at-risk community.
To offer the transforming hope of Jesus to adults struggling with homelessness, addictions and mental illness.
To advance the physical, emotional, and spiritual transformation of Danbury's inner-city neighborhoods and their residents, reconciling all people of our city to God and to each other.