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Direct Line for Emergency Food Pantry 913-481-6820. PANTRY HOURS ARE ONLY ON FRIDAY THROUGH THE END OF JULY.
We are a body of believers with a mission to compassionately influence the marginalized in our community to become Christ followers. We envision a community being set free from a depraved and defeated mindset through the transforming power of God’s love.
To live out this mission, we offer several ministries including: men’s and women’s groups, youth ministry, a food network, cold weather shelter, day camps, transitional living, and more. Read More
To compassionately influence the marginalized in our community to become Christ followers
A community set free from a depraved and defeated mind-set through the transforming power of God's love
Rhythm of Life
Bless people - generosity
Eat with people - hospitality
Listen to God - spirituality
Learn from Christ - personality
Sent by God - intentionality
We are reintegrating the community back into the church. Bible study is currently held at 9am every Sunday. Please arrive between 10am-10:15am for worship service. Seating will be socially distanced. Please sit with your family or those you arrive with. Worship and prayer will begin at 10:30am. Live stream will begin at 10:30am. Children are welcome to come and sit with their accompanied adult until child care or youth groups begin. In the following weeks we hope to see you and please respect the new guidelines that are being put into place. Masks are now optional. Please respect others choices. Thank you.
Pastor Luther and First Lady Lanita Eatman
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To live out our mission, we offer several ministries.
Can’t find what you are looking for?
Call Bridge of Hope at (913) 499-6741 or email us at email@example.com for more information.
Bible study is held
every Saturday from 11:00am-12:15pm. Currently we are studying "Twenty basics every Christian should know" from the book Christian Beliefs by Wayne A. Grudem through facebook live-stream.
Please contact the church to purchase the book or if you'd like handouts emailed.
Need transportation to and from the church?
Call Bridge of Hope Community Church office at (913)499-6741
to set up rides.
Cold Weather Shelter
Cold Weather Shelter
Men, women, and children are welcome.
Hotline: 913-283-HUGS (4847)
For more information on the structure,
you can read this.
There are many needs–for physical and monetary donations as well as volunteers for the running of the shelter. For updated information of the needs and how you can get involved, please contact
Annica Hoyt at firstname.lastname@example.org
At Day Camp, kids learn about God’s love for them, play group games & in ‘free play,’ create in craft time, discover on our field trips, build relationship with God and others.
Join us! There are many ways to get involved in our summer day camps. Read More
Family Dinner is held the last Sunday of every month after the worship service. Everyone is welcome to join and is invited to bring a side dish or dessert.
We hope to see you there!
Family Fun Nights
Connect with us during our family fun nights.
We hope to see you there!
We appreciate donations to help the Food Network run efficiently. $35 a month provides for one family.
Donations of the following are greatly appreciated: canned goods, mac-n-cheese, peanut butter, jelly, rice, bag of beans, cereal, condiments, chips, pasta.
Men's & Women's Ministry
Our Men’s Group and our Women’s Group both meet Sunday mornings at 9am at the church. Currently, the women's group are studying from the Gospel Project series and the men's group are studying 1Timothy, 2Timothy and Titus.
You are invited to join at any time!
The purpose of our transitional homes is to provide an environment for spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, and practical growth.
With support, men and women may be integrated back into the community to become Godly influences that may lead people to Christ and transform the community.
Care Portal brings the needs of hurting children and families in your community to your attention. Child Welfare workers uncover the needs. Care Portal makes local churches aware, giving them a timely non threatening invitation and opportunity to respond.
We currently offer Sunday School during our Worship Service for ages 0-2, 3-5, and 6-12. Middle school and high school students are invited to participate in a Sunday School just for them between 9am-10am.
Middle school and high school age girls have Bible study on Wednesday afternoons and boys have Bible Study on Saturday mornings.