Check out the brochure below for a summary of the ministries of Hope:
In the wake of recent hurricanes, we want to provide a cascade of benefits through a community-wide garage sale. There are four ways this will benefit those in need:
- Those who need to donate clothing and household items have any easy way to donate these items, just drop them off at Hope EFC, 907 C Ave in Kearney during the drop-off times.
- Those in our community who need inexpensive clothing and household items can purchase them at the sale on September 30th.
- Unsold items will be donated to Crossroads Homeless Shelter for sale or recycling, providing benefit to the homeless in Kearney.
- All proceeds (100%) will be sent to World Vision designated for Hurricane Harvey relief
When: Saturday, September 30th from 8:00am to 3:00 pm
What: Clothing and Household items
Drop-off: Thursday & Friday, Sept. 28th & 29th from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
In order to accomplish this task, we need the following
- Donors willing to make donations to the project
- Volunteers to help receive and sort the donations on Thursday and Friday evenings
- Volunteers to help with the sale
- Many people to pass the word to those with donations or those in need.
Recovery – a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength. A process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives and strive to reach their full potential.
Resilience – capable of withstanding shock without permanent damage. An ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.
A Biblically-based program for those struggling with addictions, hurts and life changes. Come experience the power of Biblical Recovery and Resilience.
Friday Evenings at 7:00 pm
Hope Evangelical Free Church
907 C Ave
(308) 234-Hope (4673)
Timberlake Ranch Camp provides an incredible Christian Camping experience including horseback riding, swimming, boating, challenges and games galore. Last year, Hope EFC sent a total of 31 children and youth to Timberlake free of charge! In order to earn this great experience, children must complete one of several challenges to go to camp.
- Children in Kindergarten through 2nd grade must complete an entire Awana handbook and are rewarded with a day of day camp.
- Children in third through sixth grade must complete 24 Sections in their Awana handbook and are rewarded with a full week of camp.
All requirements for this challenge must be completed and registrations turned in by May 31st.