Community Resources

Mission Projects of the Staten Island Moravain Churches

 

Moravian Community Dinners – Hosted by Vanderbilt Avenue Moravian Church

The third Saturday of every month, a free community dinner is served from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. at Vanderbilt Avenue Moravian Church. In addition to sharing a meal together, all those who come to eat can choose a book or two to take home from a library of donated books. Members of all four Moravian churches participate in cooking, serving, and eating together in community with our visitors. For more information, contact Vanderbilt Avenue Moravian Church, +1 (718) 447-2966.

Staten Island Moravian Community Garden – Hosted by Castleton Hill Moravian Church

Located on the grounds at Castleton Hill Moravian Church, the SI Moravian Community Garden has 39 garden plots and is handicap accessible. The garden provides space for volunteers to grow their own food to take home and also provides space to grow herbs and vegetables for Project Hospitality’s soup kitchen and food pantry. For more information, contact Castleton Hill Moravian Church, +1 (718) 442-5215.

Clothing Distribution – Hosted by New Dorp Moravian Church

We collect clean, gently used clothing during March, April and early May. In May we sort, and box up the clothing until August when we hold a public clothing distribution at Brighton Heights Reformed Church. For more information, contact New Dorp Moravian Church, +1 (718) 351-0090.

Prayer Shawls – Hosted by Great Kills Moravian Church

Members of our prayer shawl ministry knit and crochet prayer shawls for persons going through times of sickness, crisis and transition. To date, more than 200 prayer shawls have been lovingly made and distributed. For more information about helping to make shawls or about receiving a shawl, contact Great Kills Moravian Church, +1 (718) 317-7788.

Thanksgiving Baskets – Hosted by New Dorp Moravian Church

Our churches collect non-perishable food items all through the fall. We use these contribution to fill around 90 baskets which are given out to families in need during the Thanksgiving holiday. For more information, contact New Dorp Moravian Church, +1 (718) 351-0090.

Camp Hope

 

Camp Hope is a youth camp ministry of the Moravian Church–Eastern District–located in Hope NJ, approximately 90 minutes from New York City. Accommodations include 4-season cabins, which are heated for year-round use, and additional, more rustic cabins. Summer camp meals are served in the Dining Hall at lake side. The kitchen in the Upper Lodge is available for groups all year. The covered pavilion seats 200. Recreation facilities include a sand volleyball court, canoeing, boating, swimming, basketball and hiking trails. Several Pocono ski resorts and New Jersey State Parks are within 20 minutes of Hope.

Group retreats can be arranged during the week or weekends from mid-August to mid-June. The Center accommodates up to 96 people in the winter months and 150 in the warm seasons. Meeting rooms are available.

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Moravian Open Door

 

Moravian Open Door is a not-for-profit (501c-3) organization committed to providing transitional housing and supportive services to the homeless, distressed and underserved population of New York City. Our ministry serves those individuals who are fifty and older with the goal of helping them regain their independence and security, and assisting them in moving to appropriate, permanent facilities.

Moravian Open Door is funded solely by church and private donations and a nominal monthly program fee. We do not receive any city or federal funding.

Moravian Open Door is located at: 347 East 18th Street, New York, NY 10003

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Related Organizations & Services

Project Hospitality

 

Project Hospitality, a private not-for-profit organization based in Staten Island, New York, provides comprehensive services for hungry and homeless and inadequately housed people, especially those who are living with multiple diagnoses such as HIV, substance use, and/or mental illness. As the only comprehensive homeless service provider in the borough of Staten Island, Project Hospitality serves more than 5,000 Staten Island residents each year.

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Safe Horizon

 

Since 1978, Safe Horizon has provided victims of domestic violence, child abuse, human trafficking, rape and sexual assault, as well as homeless youth and families of homicide victims, with a wide range of comprehensive support. Our programs also partner with governmental and other community agencies so we can offer additional assistance, including finding resources for those living outside New York City.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

 

Alcoholics Anonymous® (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

AA Meetings at Staten Island Moravian Churches:

Castleton Hill Moravian Church

1657 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10314
(718) 442-5215

  • Mondays, 1 PM in the Fellowship Hall


New Dorp Moravian Church

2205 Richmond Road, Staten Island, NY 10306
(718) 351-0090

  • Sundays, 7 – 10 PM, in the Parish Hall Gymnasium • Contact: Stephen Berman, +1 (917) 572-9040
  • Tuesdays, 7 – 10 PM, in the Parish Hall Gymnasium • Contact: Danny,
    +1 (917) 747-7778
  • Fridays, 7 – 10 PM, in the Parish Hall Gymnasium • Contact: Larry Karnbach, +1 (347) 861-5233

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Gamblers Anonymous

 

Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem.

Gamblers Anonymous Meetings at Staten Island Moravian Churches:

Great Kills Moravian Church
62 Hillside Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10308
(718) 317-7788

  • Mondays, 8 PM

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University Hospice (of Staten Island University Hospital)

 

University Hospice is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to meet the needs of terminally ill patients, their families and loved ones, by providing comprehensive palliative (comfort) care focusing on physical, social, emotional and spiritual support. Hospice care is delivered in the home, nursing facility, and the in-patient setting. University Hospice serves Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens.

256 Mason Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10305
(718) 226-6450

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HHC Mobile Medical Office

 

Providing quality, affordable healthcare services for Staten Island adults, The HHC Mobile Medical Office van is healthcare workers on wheels, and offers primary care, diagnostics, screenings, flu-shots and even prescription services. The HHC Mobile Medical Office van can be found in the following Staten Island communities, Monday through Friday, from 10 AM – 4 PM.

MONDAY
New Brighton
Project Hospitality
385 Jersey Street

TUESDAY
Tottenville
St. Paul’s Methodist Church
7558 Amboy Road

WEDNESDAY
Midland Beach
Oasis Christian Center
574 Midland Ave.

THURSDAY
Concord
Doctor’s Hospital
1034 Targee Street

FRIDAY
Park Hill
Vanderbilt Ave. Moravian Church
285 Vanderbilt Avenue

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YMCA Of Greater NY: Staten Island YMCA Counseling Service

 

The YMCA Counseling Service is a substance abuse prevention and treatment program for adolescents and adults living in Staten Island. Their state licensed outpatient program includes treatment services for adults and older teens, prevention services for at-risk youth, and counseling services for children who have been affected by a parent’s addiction.

North Shore Center
285 Vanderbilt Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10304
(718) 981- 4382

South Shore Center / Administrative Office
3911 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10312
(718) 948-3232

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Food Pantries on Staten Island

All Saints Church Episcopal Ministry
(718) 698-1338
2329 Victory Boulevard • Willowbrook 10314

Catholic Charities – CYO Center
(718) 447-6330
120 Anderson Avenue • Port Richmond 10302

Christian Pentecostal Church
(718) 273-5850
900 Richmond Road • Emerson Hill 10304

Community Health Action
(718) 981-3366
166 Port Richmond Avenue • Port Richmond 10302

Council of Jewish Organizations of Staten Island
(718) 720-4047
984 Post Avenue • Port Richmond 10302

First United Christian Church
(718) 981-4828
109 Victory Blvd • Tompkinsville 10301

Good Counsel Homes
(718) 727-8266
38 Wiman Place • Clifton/Rosebank 10305

Majestic Praise Tabernacle
(718) 447-8397
43 Brighton Avenue • New Brighton 10301

Mesivtha of Staten Island
(718) 356-5412
1870 Drumgoole Road East • Bloomingdale 10309

New Direction Services
(718) 880-8773
1027 Post Avenue • Port Richmond 10302

Our Lady of Good Counsel Church Our Lady of Good Counsel Church
(718) 447-150410
Austin Place • Tompkinsville 10304

Project Hospitality (Soup Kitchen)
(718) 815-0800
514 Bay Street • Stapleton 10304

Richmond Senior Services
(718) 816-1811
729 Delafield Ave., West Brighton 10310

St. Edward Food Pantry
(718) 984-1625
6581 Hylan Blvd (at Mt. Loretto) • Pleasant Plains 10309

St. Paul Church Food Pantry
(347) 452-3398
225 Paul’s Avenue • Stapleton 10304

St. Teresa of The Infant Jesus and St. Nicholas Chape
l(718) 442-5412
1634 Victory Boulevard • Castleton Corners 10314

Salvation Army of Staten Island
(718) 448-8480
15 Broad Street • Stapleton 10304

Salvation Army of Staten Island
(718) 442-2145
1295 Forest Avenue • Port Richmond 10302

Stapleton UAME Church
(718) 273-2857
49 Tompkins Avenue • Stapleton, 10304

Trinity Lutheran Church
(718) 447-0526
309 St. Paul’s Avenue •Tompkinsville 10304