Orphan Network

We exist to break cycles of poverty in partnership with the local Nicaraguan church. Together, we…

RESCUE highly vulnerable, impoverished, and at-risk children.

PREVENT vulnerable children from becoming social orphans.

CREATE opportunities for new life.

SHARE CHRIST with everyone.


Join the movement of people who are wiping out child malnourishment in Nicaragua every month, building a platform for health, after school education, sponsorship, job training and leadership development. 

Go to orphanetwork.org to find out how your donation can break the cycle of poverty.

Safe house project


Safe House Project’s mission is to increase survivor identification beyond one percent through education, provide emergency services and placement to survivors, and ensure every survivor has access to safe housing and holistic care by accelerating safe house capacity and development across America?


Go to safehouseproject.org to learn more and how your donation can support trafficked people find safety and the essentials needed to get back in a safe environment.

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Taking care of the most vulnerable children in our community, through supporting Foster, Adoptive and Kinship Families. Go to vakidsbelong to learn more.

Here is how you can get involvoed: 

  • Surround current Foster, Adoptive and Kinship families with support. Click Here to get involved.  
  • Become a licensed foster family. Contact Laurie Huresky, MSW      HUMAN SERVICES, Foster Care Resource Development Unit, Human Services Supervisor.                                            757-385-3529 |  [email protected] 




Judeo Christian Outreach

In 1986, faith-based organizations in Virginia Beach came together to try to help people around the oceanfront who were hungry. In the beginning, meals were served only on Saturdays but there was such a need that very quickly dinners were being served Monday through Saturday. On July 13, 1995, Judeo-Christian Outreach Center (JCOC) became the official name of the organization.

Here are 3 ways you can make a difference:

  • Donate to help feed and house the homeless.
  • Volunteer to help feed the homeless.
  • Donate clothing and food items.

Go to jcoc.org to see how you can make an impact here in our community.


People in Need

PiN Ministry exists to Connect people experiencing homelessness to a loving God who will Heal and Restore hope.

How to accomplish their mission:

4 Pillars

  • Health
  • Recovery
  • Housing
  • Training

Here 2 ways you can make a difference:

  • Donate to supply the resources to accomplish the 4 pillars.
  • Volunteer personally or with a group of friends.

Go to pinministry.org to see how you can make an impact here in our community.

Young Life

Starting 50+ years ago in Virginia Beach, the mission of Young Life is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith.

There is something for everyone:

  • Young Life - High School Students
  • WyldLife - Middle School Students
  • Capernaum - students with disabilities
  • YoungLives - teen-moms

They have meetings, events and camps that are open to all students regardless of whether or not they have a faith/church background. 

To find out how you can support and/or get involved with Young Life contact [email protected]




The heart of our mission is equipping African Christian women to disciple other African women. Women's Discipleship International (WDI) focuses on developing mature disciples of Christ who will be able to teach and equip others and impacted their comnmunities.

WDI discipleship training has two essential components: biblical/theological training and building healthy relationships-with God, with each other, and within the community.

Men's Discipleship International is an affiliated ministry that evolved when they saw the transformation in their women leaders and starting asking "What about us"?

Since training started in 2016 the women have begun an annual Women's Empowerment Conference, helped disciple women leaders in remote communities and other countries...and are excited about what God is doing next!

To learn more 





Conner Clark

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a college campus ministry seeking to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed. InterVarsity has a passion for a small group study, student leadership development, and building missional communities. Sharing a similar longing for revival at Spring Branch, InterVarsity catalyzes movements that call every corner of every campus to the southside of coastal Virginia. InterVarsity services the students at Tidewater Community College and Old Dominion University. We are also praying for students at Regent University and Virginia Wesleyan.

Ministry support for InterVarsity services Connor Clark, Area Director of Coastal Virginia. Connor grew up in Spring Branch and lives in Williamsburg, VA with his wife, Tess and dog, Rosie. Connor's ministry with InterVarsity includes campus staff minister, coaching and training, ministry planting at unreached schools, and regional camps and conference coordination.

You can reach out to Connor and discuss how your support can continue the ministry on college campuses around our area. Email him at [email protected]




Scott Hamilton

Scott directed the ministry of Young Life for 40 years in many cities in the USA. He transitioned and took the position of starting Young Life ministires covering the English speaking islands in the Caribbean. He is tasked with findng and training indigenous leaders who will share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with their teenage friends and help grow in their faith. 

In the last few years, the ministry of Young Life has grown in the Bahamas and started in Trinadad. 

Currently, he is starting a special needs ministry (Capernaum) in Barbados as well as traditional ministry in St. Lucia and Jamaica. 

I am seeking God's leading for the other 21 island nations relying heavily on the power of prayer.

Scott can only do Young Life Ministry by raising the funds to support him. If you feel passionate about young people in other countries reach out to Scott and he can tell you how you can support him in living out sharing the Gospel to an area of our world that would not normally have access to it. 

Email [email protected] or his ministry partner and wife Michele at her email  [email protected]


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Lynne Monroe

Lynne heard about a need at Jacox Elementary, a Title 1 School in Norfolk, years ago. She has since been the liaison between Jacox and Spring Branch.

Here is how we have served them:

  • Thanksgiving baskets for families. 
  • Backpacks for back to school.
  • Reading program for students at Jacox.
  • Celebration lunches and breafasts for the teachers and Principal.

If you would like to volunteer for the reading program or assist with the celebrations please reach out to Lynne at [email protected].

Here is how you can serve as the church:

Donate for the backpack drive and the Thanksgiving basket drive. We will make those public at specific times of the year.