Restoring and Building Relational Community
Addressing social challenges and physical needs through mutual relationships and neighborhood engagement.
Meeting emergency needs and restoring dignity through hospitality because you are loved and love changes everything.
Our neighbors who come in off the street have access to a hot shower, coffee and a snack pack, a cot to rest on, a Bible, prayer partner, and a hygiene/first aid kit.
Meeting physical needs with whispers of Hope and seeds of encouragement as we build relationships.
Through an assessment we determine needs and begin to set short and long term goals which may include sobriety, housing, food, clothing, health care, transportation, education, or employment. Neighbors may 'shop' in the Hope Closet, Hope Pantry, or Hope Locker, use the business center, or just grab a snack and some coffee as we get to know each other.
Focusing on the principles of family development, communication, and promoting the participation of community residents and families in the design of services.
We hear you and your voice matters.
Meeting relational needs by providing opportunities for fellowship, mentorship, and training as we empower toward transformation.