You can now donate to Bridge of Hope while shopping on Amazon at no extra cost to yourself! Click on the button above, or simply go to smile.amazon.com and pick Bridge of Hope Community Church (make sure it’s the Kansas City, KS one!) as your charity organization and go about your normal shopping! They will donate 0.5% of your purchase. What could be easier?!
You can now donate to our Food Network via this handy sign-up! This way, you can know exactly what is in need at the moment. Simply click on the link below and check it out!
As we are in this transition of finding new sources to receive food donations, since we can no longer go to the food bank in Sedalia, MO due to a change in MO law, we are in need of assistance in providing food for these families. Consequently, your help would be greatly appreciated!
This past week, over 5,000 youth came from all over the country to KC for the EFCA Challenge conference. While there, not only did they received excellent instruction, but had an opportunity to serve in the city! Some of the youth worked at a day camp at the church, others at prayer tents, others went on prayer walks, and still others worked on some houses. (There were even more service projects, but those were the ones that Bridge of Hope was involved with!) This is a video from when some youth were working at our women’s house, and highlights the benefits of partnership within the Church body. Enjoy!
Straight and Narrow, the Christian transitional housing & recovery program, grew out of the Bridge of Hope community.
Its mission is
- to provide Christian transitional homes for men and women who have been shunned by society as being worthless
- to establish their God-given value through an atmosphere of Godly transformation with biblical discipleship, Christian counseling and practical living skills.
It provides a place men and women whom are struggling with addiction. Residents find hope as Jesus heals them, good friends who are encouraging and a place they can truly call Home. Find hope and a future!
Once a month, after service, the whole congregation eats together as family. Everybody gathers together for prayer and fellowship and eats some good cooking.