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Hope Ministries

We are committed to ministering to the needs of the community by providing for those that have less. We believe that this is an essential part of our mission to share God's love and the Word of Jesus. Through our outreach programs, we offer a safe and supportive environment where individuals can find healing and hope. We believe that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their circumstances, and we are dedicated to helping those in need and sharing the love of Christ with them. By providing basic necessities, we hope to help individuals find stability and security, and ultimately, lead them to a closer relationship with God.

"Sometimes you can't meet someone’s spiritual needs until you meet their physical needs.
-Rodney Alexander, Celebrate Recovery Pastor
Group of people at Hope Dealer Mission Monday getting ready to donate supplies to those in need.

How You Can Help

Monetary Offerings

When we give to the church with a spirit of generosity and faithfulness, we are participating in God's plan and investing in eternal things.

Donate Supplies

Clothing, personal hygiene items, baby items, and more can be dropped off during hours of service on Sundays and Wednesdays. Items can also be selected from our wish lists and shipped directly to us. 

Serve with Hope Dealers

As Christians, we are called to follow in Jesus's footsteps and imitate His example of selflessness and humility.

Hope Dealer

Mission Mondays

Two ladies smiling and posing in front of the Hope Dealer trailer filled with supplies for those in need.

Make a difference to someone in your community who is struggling with homelessness, food insecurity, or extreme poverty.

WHEN:

2nd & 4th Monday of the month

4:00-5:30pm

 

WHERE:

Shrimp Boat

120 South Broad Street

Gastonia, NC 28054 

Registration not required.

Just show up to help setup and distribute food and clothing. Or you can purchase items from our Amazon Wish List. Just add to your cart and select CHBC - Hope Dealer's Gift Registry Address to ship directly to us.

A group of happy people posing in the Hope Dealer trailer with supplies for the needy.

Hope House 1 & 2

Transitional Housing for Men

In May of 2021 we began to carry out a portion of a vision that has been a long time coming for The Heights. The desire to help men and women as they overcome the struggles and bondage of choices they have made, which led them to a place that seemed hopeless. The small house located between the ministry house and the main church building was established as the Hope House. Hope House #1 houses two men on the journey of restoration and transition. The Lord greatly blessed our endeavors, and Hope House #2 was established in July of 2021 and houses four men on that same journey. God has done many great and wonderful things through this process.

2-story Hope House for men with front porch and rocking chairs
Ranch-style brick Hope House for women with big front porch and flowering bushes
Hope House 3

Transitional Housing for Women

The “Mission House” was built 1999 and used for Missionaries on furlough. In addition to those who were on furlough it has also served as temporary housing for many others in different situations. We know that God allows things to be done and used for seasons. This is one of those seasons that we have found God working and developing here at The Heights. The house known as “Mission House” became Hope House #3 in June 2022. It now houses up to 4 women as they begin their journey to overcome the struggles and bondage of choices that have led them to a place that seemed hopeless.

Buckets of Hope

Disaster Relief - Offering Hope One Bucket at a Time

Photo of supplies needed for Buckets of Hope, including a Lowe's bucket, bleach, dishwashing liquid, and gloves.

You can help areas that have been affected by natural disasters buy purchasing cleaning supplies and dropping them off at The Heights during hours of Service on Sundays and Wednesdays. 

Donated items will be placed in a bucket provided by the church and distributed to those cleaning up disaster areas.

Photo of neighborhood devastation from a flood.
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