His Path Developmental Day Program

His Path Developmental Day Program

His Path offers our heroes with mild-moderate disabilities a structured, developmental day program. The program is curriculum-based and enhances heroes abilities to function as productive, contributing, and inclusive members of the local community.

Rockingham County Location
Mission First Fellowship Hall
1520 South Scales Street
Reidsville, NC 27320

Hours of Operation
Monday 8:30 AM -4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM-4:30 PM

Forsyth County Location
New Philadelphia
Moravian Church
4440 Country Club Road
Winston Salem, NC 2710

Hours of Operation
Monday 8:30 AM -4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Friday 8:30 AM -4:30 PM 

Payments for His Path Registration can paid by check, payable to His Path Registration and mailed to:
Mount Jubilee Ministries
PO Box 81, Reidsville, NC 27323
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Alternate forms of payment are also available online by clicking the button below.


His Path Programming
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His Path is a developmental day program for adults (18 and older) with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities who require mild to moderate support. His Path operates under Mount Jubilee Ministries whose core belief is “ALL people, regardless of their ability, have a God-ordained purpose for their lives and should have the opportunity to live as contributing members of society.” 


  • Music & Art Therapy
  • Weekly Field Trips
  • Praise & Worship
  • Volunteering
  • Talent Shows
  • Bible Time

His Path Curriculum

The curriculum-based program will enhance our heroes abilities to function as productive, contributing, and inclusive members of the local community.

The curriculum will be based on:

  1. Daily Living: personal care, budgeting, health and safety, social interaction
  2. Education: Literacy, local civics and current events, technology, agriculture
  3. Community Integration: career/job exploration, resume building, volunteerism, ethics
  4. Community Living: transit, shopping, public safety, communication
  5. Developmental Activities: drama, praise and worship, arts and crafts, exercise, field trips, community service projects, social situations/role play and gardening.

His Path Staff

Jenna Moore, Program Director, graduated from UNC-Wilmington in 2018 with a degree in Recreational Therapy and a minor in Psychology. The combination of her faith in Jesus Christ and love for individuals with disabilities has been perfectly intertwined in this role. “Being a Christ-centered program raises the bar for the services we provide at His Path. Jesus calls us to a higher standard than any human or government ever could and He is who I’m seeking to honor. Jesus is the foundation of every aspect of His Path and it is my prayer that all involved will experience His unconditional love. My purpose in life is to know Jesus Christ and to make Him known to others. Thank you His Path, for the opportunity to live out my purpose daily!” Jenna is in the ASL Interpreting Program and is pursuing a Masters in Biblical Counseling from Westminster Theologial Seminary. 

Angelica Villalta, Program Coordinator – Forsyth County, graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2018 with a Bachelor in Science. Angelica has worked as a childcare counselor and as a direct care staff with the I/DD population. “As the doors opened at his Path, I knew the Lord was leading me to embrace the opportunity to work with this incredible program.” Angelica is in the ASL Interpreting Program and is pursuing a Masters in Teaching with a concentration in Special Education from NC A&T.

Elizabeth Stephens, Program Coordinator – Rockingham County, graduated from Rockingham Community College with an Associates Degree in 2019. She has enjoyed counseling at Camp Jubilee for the past five summers and has grown to love our special friends! Prior to beginning her employment with MJM, she was a valuable employee at Food Lion. “I fell in love with the His Path program and all the people who are a part of it”. Beginning as a support staff, Lizzy has now transitioned into the Program Coordinator role. “I am so thankful that God led me to His Path to serve our special friends with hopes of making an eternal impact!”