Community Resource Day : 01/29/20 : 9am - 1pm : St. Luke's United Methodist Church
January 5th - St. Benedict's/St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church Youth Group brought chili, buttered noodles, salad, corn bread, utensils, napkins, bowls, and drinks! Thank you!!
Homelessness and poverty stricken potential homelessness in America does not discriminate against urban, suburban, and/or rural areas. The homeless population is heterogeneous and made up of families, individuals, youths and the elderly that may have been plagued by various and complex contributing factors. Some of these folks may be people who cannot make enough money to afford decent livable housing, loss of employment, loss of housing due to a disaster, just released from incarceration, suffer from behavioral health, or physical health issues, addictions, victims of domestic violence, and/or not have enough education or skills to secure employment of a suitable nature. However, His Hope Ministries is there to help assist any of the aforementioned individuals no matter what their life story may be.
We pride ourselves in being a nurturing life saving/changing ministry that helps vulnerable families fight homelessness and find Living Hope through rehabilitation, restoration, and edification.
We call it a life saving/changing ministry because the people we see and serve are in desperate need of assistance and their lives are always changed after experiencing HIS HOPE.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Checks and money orders can be made payable to:
His Hope Ministries
105 Gay Street
Denton, MD 21629
We love our guests, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
105 Gay Street, Denton, Maryland 21629, United States
09:00 am – 05:00 pm