Current Student Resources

Nearly all of our students are involved in some aspect of Christian Ministries and/or missions during their college years. Opportunities for ministry include local church ministries, Young Life, Gordon College Student Ministries and a variety of para-church ministries in the area. Here are a few to consider:

LOCAL CHURCH YOUTH MINISTRIES
Bethany Church

Greenland, NH
Contact: 603.431.3646

www.bethanychurch.com
 

Christ Church

Hamilton, MA  
Contact: 978.468.4461

www.christchurchhw.org

First Baptist Church

Hampton Falls, NH  

Contact: 603.926.3724
www.hffbc.org


First Congregational Church
Essex, MA
Contact: 978-768-7855
www.fccoe.org

First Congregational Church

Hamilton, MA  
Contact: 978.468.1940

www.fcchamilton.org

First Presbyterian Church

Ipswich, MA  
Contact: 978.356.7690

www.opc-ipswich.org

Grace Chapel

Lexington, MA 
Contacts: 781.862.8351

www.grace.org

North Shore Baptist Church
Beverly Farms, MA  
Contact: 978.927.2014
http://nscbc.org


Find more local church listings at www.gordon.edu/chapel/directory
 

Young Life on Boston's North Shore

Young Life North Shore aims to walk with teenagers during the turbulent time of adolescence.  As caring adults it is their passion to build character and faith into teenagers' lives. They partner with parents and churches to connect with kids' hearts so that they can know they are valuable people created by a loving God.
 

Contact: 978.468.7100

http://sites.younglife.org/sites/BostonNorthShore

 


LaVida Center for Outdoor Education

LaVida Center for Outdoor Education houses six adventure programs.  These unique programs provide experiential learning environments that foster character and leadership development to prepare you for life.  For 38 years, La Vida has offered quality programs for churches, schools, and youth organizations in New England and beyond.
 

Contact p: 978.867.4111

www.gordon.edu/lavida



Gordon College Student Ministries
Gordon College student ministries is an organization of student-led ministry opportunities that allow students to become involved on campus and in the surrounding community. The ministries are organized into four branches: Community Outreach Ministries, Discipleship Ministries, Missions and Service Learning, and Worship Cabinet Ministries.
 

Contact  p: 978.867.4215
www.gordon.edu/chapel/ministries
 


The Boston Project Ministries
The Boston Project is a community-based organization in Boston with a passion for seeing renewal in urban neighborhoods. They operate several neighborhood outreach ministries and also partner with over twenty faith-based and secular organizations to meet the physical, social, academic, and spiritual needs of people. Their motivation is the Christian faith and this principle summarized in the Gospels: love God and love your neighbor.
 

Contact: 617.929.0925
www.tbpm.org
 


Straight Ahead Ministries—Lynn, MA
In 2002, Straight Ahead Ministries began developing re-entry programs for incarcerated and gang-affiliated youth in Boston and Lynn, MA. Over the years the Boston/Lynn Reentry Program has provided nearly 250 youth with educational services, job training, mentoring relationships and intensive case management. Less than 15 percent of these youth re-offended, as compared with the national recidivism rate of 85 percent.

Contact: 617.212.2786
www.straightahead.org