Stepping Stones Ministries


Stepping Stones Ministries (SSM) was founded in 2002  
by Herman Mendoza, and his wife Alexandra. The      
ministry is based upon seven pillars. These pillars form  
an outline for the types of ministries that will be carried
out by SSM.

We are a Christian non-denominational, non-profit
501(c)3 organization.
About Us
Herman Mendoza, Co-Founder, Director of Evangelism and Relief Aid Ministries

In 1988 he committed his life to Christ in a federal penitentiary, while serving time for narcotics.  Upon his release he founded Stepping Stones Ministries.  
Herman became a Certified Chaplain in the State of New York, and he is also a volunteer Chaplain for the Rapid Response Team at the
(Billy Graham's
Evangelistic Association) and continues to testify about the Love of Christ and the impact that God made in his life.  His goal is to assist in humanitarian aid
throughout the world, as he spreads the Gospel of Jesus Christ. His objective is to unite people of all ethnic backgrounds as One Voice, working together in
unity to help others.  He has been interviewed and featured by the Bronx Television Network, Radio Station WMCA 970AM, Radio Vision 1330AM,
Manhattan Broadcasting Network Channel 67, Queens Television Broadcast, New York Daily News, New York Newsday, Whitestone Times, The Courier
and numerous religious organizations.  Herman and his wife Alexandra live in Queens, New York with their children. He has worked with numerous
politicians, and world leaders, Artists such as Wyclef Jean, Pastor Donnie McClurkin and he has been honored in the House of Representatives by Honorable
Charles B. Rangel of New York State.
Alexandra Mendoza,
Co-Founder, Director of
Children and Youth Ministry
Gloria Messam,
Director of Marriage and
Family Ministry    
Robert Garcia,
Director of Prison Ministry
You need Java to see this applet.
God is building you, as living stones, into his spiritual temple….         1Peter 2:5
Our Mission

To work with families that have been devastated by
disasters, incarceration, homelessness, provide youth
and family counseling, as well as healing through the
Word of God.

"Now the multitude of those who believed were of one
heart and soul; neither did anyone say that any of the
things he possessed was his own, but they had all things
in common."
 Acts 4:32  
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Haitian & Dominican pastors meet to organize the
International Day of Prayer in Dajabon, DR.
SSM praise and worship leader Singer/songwriter Malakai
BOARD OF DIRECTORS