Mission Outreach

“Let your light so shine before all, that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 5:16

At House of Hope, we send people into the neighborhood, community, and world—equipped in both heart and mind—to feed the hungry, house the homeless, clothe the naked, and comfort the afflicted. House of Hope is a place where we put faith into action as intentional citizens for social righteousness and good neighbors within this community. As one of God’s gathering places, House of Hope inspires members to understand present needs and to build hope for our future. 

 

Hunger

Finding inspiration in these words of Jesus, House of Hope responds to both the immediate and systemic problems caused by lack of or inadequate food through hands-on work, advocacy, education, and by raising and distributing funds for partner organizations.

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Homelessness

House of Hope supports the full spectrum of housing needs within our community by increasing awareness of homelessness issues and affecting change that will help to end homelessness. Our involvement includes pounding nails on a Habitat for Humanity project, advocating before state and locally elected officials, and giving financial support to help develop supportive housing.

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Grants

House of Hope has a passionate commitment to social justice, human rights, and artistic expression, and supports the work of local, national, and international groups.

Funding is made possible through a combination of individual giving, open plate donations, planned estate giving, memorials, and a special-restriction endowment. 

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Get Involved

At the core of House of Hope is a deeply embedded commitment to the greater community. We are dedicated to social justice and human rights, and are intentional citizens and good neighbors within the community.

Below is a selection of some of our outreach programs.  For information about any of the following groups or to volunteer, please call the church office at (651) 227-6311.

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