Send – Missions

  • Health Kit Assembly

Sending out people to serve the community

in Christ’s name…

Again Jesus said, “Peace be with you!

As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.” ~ John 20:21

At Hope Ridge United Methodist Church we invite people to serve in the name of Christ whose mission on earth was to share good news by feeding, healing, and eating with people who were on the margins of their society. Jesus made himself available to people and loved them regardless of their issues, backgrounds, culture, or history. You are invited to serve in this mission work to the community in Christ’s name through Hope Ridge United Methodist Church if you are a first-time guest, regular visitor, or committed member. Below you will find the various opportunities to be sent out in mission through Hope Ridge United Methodist Church You can get connected with these mission opportunities by contacting the church office.


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  • Adopt-A-Senior Ministry (ASM)  is a new outreach this year at Hope Ridge that wants to assist and make a positive difference in the lives of older adults living at home.
  • Upward Basketball A Christ-centered children’s sports league
    • Runs December thru February.  We’re always looking for coaches, referees, and hospitality workers. No previous experience necessary. Training provided.
  • Woodlawn Homes & Elm Elementary – Impacting the families and children of this community with a Christ-centered presence
    • Tutoring (weekly) runs September – April at Elm Elementary School to help children complete their homework and be supported in life circumstances. Volunteers must be background checked by the church office. No previous teaching is necessary.
  • Royal Family Kids Camp – Offering love and support to children who have been neglected, abandoned, or abused
    • “Royal Kids Club” meets once a month for a morning of scripture, games, and connecting time. You must be 18 to volunteer as a club adult, attend a mandatory training, and be willing to fill out a light paperwork after each club experience.
    • Camp is help every summer in early June. Interested camp counselor or teen helpers must participate in three training sessions in order to be prepared for the issued children may bring to camp due to their circumstances. Training begins in February.
  • Hope Chest – providing clean clothing and new shoes to children in Lake County so that they may attend school with dignity and pride
    • Volunteers are always welcome to help sort donations, stock shelves, and interact with clients at the store located at “1 Victoria Place.”
    • Donations of clean and gently used clothes are always welcome. Donations can be brought to Hope Ridge United Methodist Church
    • Clients can be referred to Hope Chest through the church or another social service agency such as a school or the United Way.
  • Project HopeRestoring Hope and renewing lives 
    • On the 2nd Friday of each month, Hope Ridge provides a home-cooked meal for the 40+ residents of this transitional housing unit. You take responsibility for cooking one component of the meal and then delivering it to Hope Ridge Church the day of the meal. Specific dates are available for sign-up at the church or church office.
  • Prayer Shawl Ministry–  join in on the fourth Sunday of each month after 10:30 worship in the Library.  Whether you knit, crochet, or just want to learn, come spend an hour creating and praying over shawls and squares that help spread the love of Christ.

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