Celebrating 85 Years of Ministry

The Mount Nebo Holy Church has a rich and productive tradition in the Mt. Holly
Township area.

This year, 2011, marks 85 years as a house of worship in the community. The first
location was at 31 Willow Street, then in 1932 to 244 Chestnut Street. In 1963, the
church relocated to the present location, 243 Chestnut Street, formerly the Samuel
Aaron School.
One primary goal of the Church, is to enrich the lives of it congregants, as well as,
others in community. It is this objective that under girds the 2007 expansion project.

We believe the church exists to change, improve and enhance the lives of people; of
all ages, gender and ethnicity.
Presently, we are impacting the lives of
hundreds every year.
THE VISION is to thrust the existing ministries into a
much broader and diverse arena.

Plans are for:
Samaritan Place: Outreach to the needy for health, counseling, nutrition, &

TOPS: Youth service programs to promote self-worth, education, building
positive relationships, and tutorial and recreational services.

Senior Citizen Center:
social, health and financial supportive programs

Educational Center: GED Program, career counseling, Bible Classes, Educational

Communication's Ministry Center: audio and visual, and others...
Space in our present building is limited. An expanded
facility will enable us to house and administer the
ministries visualized.
THE VISION is for an increased holistic ministry, which
will touch and enhance the lives of people: spiritually,
nutritionally, medically, educationally and socially.
Those whose lives we are able to touch will experience
the love of God impacting their lives on both positive
and practical levels.
Our congregation is confident that this expansion will be a welcomed and positive addition to the community.
of Mount Sinai Holy Church of America, Inc.