From elementary schools, pro-life pregnancy centers, prisons, homeless shelters, children’s homes, and homes for at-risk teenage boys and girls, HopePoint reaches out and serves in our community. Serving in a local missions group provides the opportunity to fulfill the Great Commission by sharing the Gospel and making disciples in our community. For more information about these local missions and how to serve, visit the events calendar or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good News Club - Child Evangelism Fellowship
During the school year, a group from HopePoint leads a fun-filled after school Bible Club for elementary school children. We help with crafts, snacks, lead music, lead a small group, teach the Bible story, or help with crowd control. The Good News Club meets every Monday afternoon at Fairforest Elementary School. To learn more about this ministry, select the following link: Child Evangelism Website.
Journey Kids Camp
During the school year, a group from HopePoint leads a fun-filled Wednesday night kids camp for children and families in the intercity area of Spartanburg. We help with crafts, snacks, lead music, lead a small group, teach the Bible story, or help with crowd control. The Journey Kids Camp meets every Wednesday night at The Journey Church behind The Beacon. To learn more about this ministry send an email to email@example.com
Help bring encouragement to the residents at the local homeless shelter. The last Wednesday of every month from 6:45 to 8 p.m., a group from HopePoint leads the chapel service. Ways to volunteer include making a dessert, helping setup, serving food, sharing your testimony, or leading a short devotion. Visit their website to learn more about their ministry. Miracle Hill Rescue Mission
World Hunger Rice Bowls
During the month of October, we supply rice bowls for people to fill with change. All money goes to Christian orphanages around the world. Visit the Rice Bowls website for more information.
We support them financially and occasionally go to share Christ's love with abused and abandoned children. Volunteers are needed to supply food, host a game, share a Bible story, or simply hang-out with the children. For more information check out their website : Children Shelter of the Upstate
Taste of Christmas
Sponsored by INYOU Ministries, people are asked to donate food, voluneer to cook, or serve a meal to inmates at a local prison. Visit the InYou Ministries website to learn more about their ministry.
Operation Christmas Child
In October, volunteers are encouraged to gather items and fill shoe boxes to be sent to children in desperate situations around the world. To learn more about this mission, select the following link: Samaritan's Purse.
Homes for Life
When needed, we supply food, clothes, or toiletry items for a local boys home. Other ways to volunteer include hanging-out with the residents, shooting basketball, providing life skill mentoring, or leading a Bible study. To learn more about this ministry, click on the following website: Homes for Life.
Project Angel Tree
In December, people are encouraged to purchase and deliver gifts for a child who has a parent in prison. Select, Project Angel Tree, to learn more about this ministry.
Carolina Pregnancy Center
There are many ways to volunteer and help with various responsibilities at the pregnancy center. Some include helping with mailouts, mentoring (must be trained by their staff), making donations, or organizing food and clothes closets. To learn more about this ministry, select the following link: Carolina Pregnancy Center.
H.O.P.E Ministries of the Upstate
Located in Spartanburg, South Carolina, H.O.P.E. Ministries of the Upstate is a non- profit Christian ministry that works with disenfranchised individuals to guide them through a process of discipleship training, recovery from life's hurts, habits and hangups and re-integrating into the community as a productive Christian citizen. Hope Point partner with them by providing mentors and assistance with their programs. To learn more please visit their website H.O.P.E. Ministries.