Who we are          

         


Nabhi Christian Ministries (NCM), a nonprofit, 501 (C)3 organization, has been a leader in advocating safe-pathways for the healthy development of children victimized or exposed to drugs, violence and other harsh environments in Allegheny County, since 1996.    

The Mission of NCM is dedicated to enhancing impoverished communities by reducing havoc and creating healthy environments through a provision of services that mentor, train and develop quality citizens.  NCM fulfills its mission through leadership training, recreation, and other services to support safety of children, their families, and community.   

History - NCM was founded by Rev. Jacque Fielder in 1996 and incorporated in 1998 in response to the rampant gang violence that endangered the lives of innocent children and families and resulted in senseless deaths in the poorest neighborhoods of Allegheny County. 
NCM provided a community meeting place and created an outreach called, Concerned Citizens of Greater Pittsburgh (CCOGP).  CCOGP unified local leaders and provided leadership training for community members of all faith backgrounds, to serve as mediators to reduce violence to preserve the lives of innocent children and families.  As a result, CCOGP mediated the most successful Gang Rally in the history of the City of Pittsburgh (Highland Park), resulting in a Cease-Fire and Peace-Truce between 5-Rival Gangs.  

 
   

18th Annual Christmas Reunion Coming this Dec. 2015

Ministry Helps Local Children In Need !






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Gang Peace Truce Rally Part I

Gang Peace Truce Rally Part II




Awards/Recognition Include
2015 Proclamation Congress for appreciation
of dedication, enthusiasm, cooperation
and tireless community work;
2015 Proclamation City of Pittsburgh for
appreciation of dedication, enthusiasm, cooperation and tireless
community work;
2013 Jefferson Award Winner & Soroptimist Award Winner for Outstanding
Public Service;
2007 United States Armed Forces
for serving troops during war;

2004 City of Pittsburgh
Proclamation
for tireless work and
effective leadership
towards the goals of
making Pittsburgh a
more peaceful and
loving place;
2004 City of Pittsburgh Proclamation
for all its efforts in helping so many
of those in need of aid in the city
2004 YWCA Youth Mentor Award;
 2000 Sisters Helping Sisters Award;

1997 Pennsylvania State Auditor
General Proclamation
for improving Pittsburgh
neighborhoods and reducing
gang violence;
1996 Allegheny County
Commissioner's Proclamation
 for improving Pittsburgh
neighborhoods and reducing
gang violence.









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