Mason Church Leaves Their Building to Serve Community
Hundreds From Hope Church in Mason Doing Tangible Work to Benefit “Mason Plus”
[ClickPress, Mon Apr 15 2019] Hope Church in Mason is kicking off spring by moving church outside their walls. In an initiative to focus on serving Mason and nearby communities, called Love Mason Plus, Hope Church is gearing up to work on projects that help meet the needs of those around them.
The event will take place on Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28. Hundreds from Hope Church will volunteer at local nonprofits. They’ll do everything from painting rooms to house homeless women at Hope House Mission in Middletown, to packaging food for starving children in developing nations at A Child’s Hope International in Sharonville.
“During the year, our Hope family serves in many ways throughout our community and beyond,” said Jim Dunn, Pastor for Ministry Development at Hope Church, “but on April 27 & 28, we’re making a concerted effort to engage our Hope Church community to serve in specific projects in Mason and the surrounding area.”
The church says their goal for Love Mason Plus is to help meet tangible needs and connect with their neighbors in Mason and the surrounding area. Hope Church is highly-attended by young families, and children as young as five are being encouraged to participate.
About Hope Church
Hope Church is an evangelical Christian church in Mason, OH. Founded in 1989, it has grown to nearly 2,000 members. Hope Church exists to train and equip servant leaders who participate in the life of the church, the life of their community, and have a heart for the world. Hope is a training ground for evangelism and discipleship, where one can discover their purpose in life. Through strategic partnerships around the world, they are building the Kingdom of God, locally and internationally.