North Raleigh Ministries

9650 Strickland Road
Raleigh NC 27615
Phone: (919)844-6676

PO Box 19121
Raleigh, NC 27619

Who We Serve

NRM strives to assist North Raleigh residents experiencing a crisis. 

We serve individuals living in the following zip codes: 27604, 27609, 27612, 27613, 27614, 27615, and 27616. 

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Our Mission

North Raleigh Ministries provides neighbors in crisis with necessary assistance in a Christian environment.  Our vision is to be the primary agency in North Raleigh to assist neighbors in crisis achieve self sufficiency.
 

North Raleigh Ministries is a Christ-centered ministry located in the North Raleigh area that, among other projects, has three main ministries to help our neighbors in need.

  • The first is our Crisis Center, which is a place for our neighbors in crisis to come and receive financial assistance for their water, electric or rent bills. Most of our Crisis Center neighbors are temporarily struggling and simply need a helping hand to get back on their feet. 
  • The second ministry is our Market. The Market is a place where neighbors who are having trouble feeding their families can come and receive food assistance. The Market is set up like a any other food market, and is a place where neighbors can come and choose their own groceries.
  • The Thrift Shoppe is North Raleigh Ministries’ newest venture. It is a large, well-organized store that is open for anyone to come and purchase items such as gently-used clothes and shoes, furniture, books, toys and more. All proceeds from the Thrift Shoppe go directly towards the other two ministries.

If you are a potential North Raleigh Ministries client and want to learn more about who we serve and the services we provide, please look under the "Crisis Center" page.


Evangelism Statement 

North Raleigh Ministries follows Jesus' example as we 'love our neighbor as ourselves" (Matthew 22:39). We do so each time we pray, care, share clothes, dispense food, make referrals, give housewares, offer classes, express love, and show concern with each neighbor all the while professing the presence of Christ. Being a witness of Christ is the goal of NRM thereby echoing Christ's words in our actions; "When you have done it unto the least of these my brothers you have done it unto me." (Matthew 25:40)