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Ginghamsburg Church Releases 2022 Impact Numbers
Information provided by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church

TIPP CITY - Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church released its 2022 impact numbers last week. They are:


NEW PATH OUTREACH - 20,473 individuals served

  • New Path Tipp City Food Pantry - 5,249

  • New Path Piqua Food Pantry - 6,116

  • Senior Food Boxes - 3,110

  • Financial Assistance - 1,376

  • Vehicle Ministry - 16

  • Furniture Ministry -124

  • Medical Ministry - 4,482



Total number of sessions provided - 18,229

Over $300,000 given away in free mental health services



In 2022, the church offered 4 Clubhouses: Troy, Tipp City, Piqua and Fort McKinley involving 102 kids. 79 Mentors. 6 High School Interns. 1 Cedarville University Social Work Intern.

   In addition to providing the cost of housing, utilities, IT services, and other in-kind services like marketing, design and print, Ginghamsburg Church contributed $200,000 in 2022 to support these ministries. (Clubhouse-Dream Builders = $50,000; New Creation Counseling Center = $65,000; New Path = $85,000)



Over 220 families are participating in Upward this year (basketball and cheer). A record for us.

In other news...

Christmas Miracle Offering 
The church is still collecting through the end of January, but so far, the total Christmas Miracle Offering sits just shy of $260,000. The first $200,000 funds another year of ministry through local non-profit partners (New Creation Counseling Center, New Path Outreach, Clubhouse Afterschool Tutoring and Teen Training), and anything above that supports building a mission house in El Salvador for our friends at Reach Out International.

   Details about that whole story can be found at

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