We consider helping individuals in financial crisis who are current mission partners or who have been attending Hope for at least three months, with rent, gas, water or electric bills. Approval is not guaranteed.
Applications are available to regular Hope attendees in our Raleigh campus office M-F, 9am-5pm. Documentation of money owed must be provided with application. Please allow 7-10 days for your application to be processed.
We work with local mechanics who offer their labor at discounted rates to fix vehicles for single parents and the elderly. Individuals who apply will be considered for financial help. Often we can’t cover the cost of the whole repair, but with the help of the discounted labor and financial assistance, our goal is to make the repair as affordable as possible.
The Raleigh Campus has laundry facilities, showers and computers to use free of charge during the week.
- Computers and showers may be used Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. We ask that computer usage be limited to one hour.
- Laundry facilities may be used Mon, Wed, Fri 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Individuals wishing to use these facilities will need to get a pass from the security desk when you walk in the building and must bring High Efficiency (HE) detergent to use.
“When life gets real, we’re here to help.”
“You weren’t meant to go through life alone.”
Military Family Ministry
Military Family Ministry
Military members, (active duty, guard, reserve, veterans) and their families are invited to join us at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month in room 2060A. We offer a peer support group, assistance to families with a deployed spouse, outreach opportunities, informational events, encouragement and prayer. Childcare is available and a counselor is usually on hand.
If you would like to receive communication about this group please fill out the form below::
Recovery Ministry – Living Free
At church and work, people are smiling on the outside but hurting on the inside. They’re keeping up appearances but something has control over them. You or a loved one may be struggling with addictions, depression, anxiety, anger, broken relationships, grief, eating disorders, money problems or compulsive sex. Living Free offers a safe environment to explore these life-controlling problems with others who are struggling while offering the tools to deal with them in a biblical way. Learn what it means to truly live in freedom. (Living Free Ministry coming this fall.) To participate or become a leader – click here. Questions? Contact Karl Moraski.
Professional counseling with licensed Christian counselors may be recommended for situations in need of next-level assistance. To receive a counselor recommendation, call the church offices or email our care staff.
Who are care ministers?
Hope volunteers who have completed 50+ hours of care training to offer encouragement and support to individuals going through difficult life seasons.
How to become a care minister
If you are interested in being assigned a care minister or have a friend, neighbor, coworker or relative going through a difficult time, a care minister may be able to offer support. Our next training is Aug. 8 – Dec. 5.Care Minister Application
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
What is hindering you from being all that God called you to be?
Whether fear, shame, worry, sinful patterns or worldly distractions, God has a plan to clear the path so that you can “run the race” unhindered!
“Let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and run with perseverance the race marked out for us.” [Heb.12:1]
Using God’s word and the power of prayer, trained volunteers will help you identify every hindrance and get back on course with Christ.
Sign up for an appointment with two team members in a safe and private setting.
Questions? Contact us!