New Life
Anglican Church
We exist to glorify God by deepening the roots of our faith and bringing people to new life in Jesus Christ.
Reaching Out

We're feeding the hungry
 throughout the north.

Our Mission
Organized in 1987, The Manna Food Project is a private 501(c)(3), non-profit  corporation, comprising a food bank and food pantry.

Our goal is to assure that not one person
 in our distribution area is hungry.

As a warehouse, we distribute to pantries in Emmet, Charlevoix, and Antrim Counties.
Visitors to those pantries receive food products at no charge. We operate through financial contributions from individuals, organizations, grants, United Way,
and the volunteer efforts of many people.

Our warehouse and offices are located between
Petoskey and Harbor Springs, Michigan

Mission Statement
Our mission is to assist all parties in a crisis pregnancy by providing information, education and encouragement to consider life-affirming options.

About Us
We are a non-profit, non-political organization available to the local community to help women in unplanned pregnancies. We provide peer counseling, pregnancy tests, encouragement, baby clothes, diapers, formula and parenting classes, as well as educational material for maintaining sexual health. All our services are FREE. If you have questions, just call or email us.

Contact Us
(231) 348-3388
Pregnancy Care Center of Petoskey
2206 Mitchell Park Drive, Unit#9
Petoskey, MI 49770

Office Hours
Tuesday*, Thursdays, and Fridays 10am - 4pm
*Tuesdays ar Medical Clinic Days
Wednesdays 12 - 6pm
Closed Mondays

International Needs is located in Hudsonville, MI. 

We are currently sponsoring a child from Uganda;

Moses Tendo Katongole. 

Sponsorship allows a child to hear the message of Jesus Christ,

and to receive a good education, nutritious meals, and health care.

Northern Chaplain Services

It is not the chaplain's role to bring their values and beliefs to those they serve or replace a patient's clergy or other sources of support. Instead, they meet patients, family and Colleagues where ever they are on their personal journey and provide support appropriate to the circumstances of each encounter. A chaplain may also assist those with specific desires to locate the appropriate resources to meet their individual needs. Eucharist is regularly provided for patients of the Catholic faith by Eucharistic Ministers from two local parishes.

Contact Us
Chaplain support is available, via the Hospital operator,  for emergent needs 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week for all patients, families, and Colleagues. Non-emergent needs may be communicated to a chaplain via voicemail at 231.487.4509 or email at

The Chapel is open 24-hours-a-day as a place for prayer, meditation, and respite. Christian prayer is offered every Wednesday at 12 Noon and is open to everyone.

The Chapel is located on the first floor of the Hospital midway between the ICU and Administration Offices. CareNotes are available on a variety of topics that may concern patients, family members, or Colleagues. Bibles are available free of charge.

To contact the Chaplain's Office, please call 231.487.4509 or email at

Thanks to You
. . .

New Life donated
a crib and mattress in addition
to an assortment of food items.

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To contact us:
P.O. Box 481

Petoskey, Michigan 49770
Phone: 231.347- 3448
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