Christian ministry to kids

Pathfinders Children's Ministry

Breaking the cycle of generational poverty in Northern Nevada one child at a time

Reaching Forgotten Children

Society calls them "Children in Transition", "At Risk Youth" and "Throw Away Kids".  Jesus calls them precious and loved.  There are more than 5,000 children and youth in Northern Nevada who are homeless or living in motels, shelters and trailers. These children are trapped in a cycle and culture of poverty that is extremely difficult to escape. We believe that no child should be condemned to a life of hopelessness and lack of opportunity because of the circumstances into which they were born. 
We are on a mission to see that each and every child has a hope and a future.

"Bringing children to Him, so that He might touch them....." Mark 10:13

About Us

What is Pathfinders?

Pathfinders Children’s Ministry is a non-denominational evangelical non-profit 501(c)(3) parachurch organization sponsored by 27 different local churches. We exist to reach the inner-city at-risk forgotten children and youth of Reno and Sparks, Nevada with the Good News of Jesus Christ.


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A few hours of your time each week can positively impact a child for a lifetime. There are a wide variety of ways that you can help.

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Your donations allow us to continue helping kids and teens to escape generational poverty.

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We need families, churches, small groups and neighborhood groups to help cook and serve a meal. Can you lend a hand?

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We mail a Pathfinders Newsletter several times each year, never to exceed six editions per year. If you would like to receive our newsletter, please complete the following

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Pathfinders Children's Ministry
P.O. Box 19535
Reno, Nevada 89511
Pathfinder's Children's Ministry is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization serving Northern Nevada.

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