Garden of Hope

The purpose of the Garden of Hope ministry is to facilitate the homeless community's connection and fellowship at the church. We strive to teach and encourage this part of our community to connect and
develop spiritually, physically and emotionally.

We seek to empower homeless people to study and potentially learn more about themselves spiritually through the Word of God, in a comfortable
worship environment.

GOH encourages homeless people to participate in all aspects of the ministry. Also, GOH addresses the issues of hunger, homelessness, addiction, disease, and poverty, as the homeless work to discover and use their God-given gifts and talents. GOH works to lift up and encourage marginalized and
disenfranchised individuals.

This Month

Sponsored by Emory’s Garden of Hope Ministry
in collaboration with the Panoramic House of Hope

Drop off donations any Sunday in November from 12 noon to 3 pm

We are collecting winter essentials to help keep those in need warm this winter.  Please participate in this important effort by donating any of the following winter essentials in new condition:

  • Blankets

  • Comforters

  • Hats

  • Gloves

  • Socks

  • Scarves

Instructions for drop-off: Please go to the Quakenbos Street garage entrance and place your items in the designated boxes. A volunteer will be there to assist as needed.

Questions? Please contact

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