News and Happenings - House of Hope
Future Location of House of Hope - Wildwood Florida
On behalf of the staff, Board of Directors, and especially our students, we give thanks to God that we have found acreage for our new campus in Wildwood as well as the funding for this purchase and the first phase structures. Below is an aerial view of the property located near the new Wildwood Police Station. More information.
Aerial View of Property2
Oct 2, 2022
Thank You North Lake Presbyterian
North Lake Presbyterian has chosen House of Hope to be the recipient of their 2nd Mile Offering for the month of June and students along with several Board members and staff joined the congregation for the June 4th service. Many thanks to Pastor Hosmer for the uplifting sermon, to the music team for the wonderful music, and to everyone at this church for their continued support.
BBQ at Rainbow Springs Park
June 4, 2022
On May 30th, the students enjoyed time away from classes and chores by spending the day at Rainbow Springs Park. They had a great time together and ended the evening with prayers of thanks on this Memorial Day
Fun in the Sun at Crystal River
January 18, 2022
On December 23, 2021, the students of HoH were treated to a day of fishing and boating on Crystal River followed by dinner at a local restaurant. They had a wonderful time and send their thanks to Cindy and Paul for their generosity, support, and fellowship.
October 2, 2022
Along with their classes and meetings, the students of House of Hope spend time every week providing volunteer services throughout our community so whenever possible, the staff (on their “off” days) will take them on outings throughout our area. They’ve been to Christian concerts, swimming at a state park, Christian movies, and several hikes.
Christmas at House of Hope
January 11, 2022
One December 11th, members from churches in Tampa and Tarpon Springs spent a joy-filled afternoon at House of Hope. The students appreciated the delicious meal, presents, and especially the Christian fellowship. It was a blessed day enjoyed by all!
Concert at New Covenant UMC
December 6, 2021
On December 2nd and 3rd, Angie Rose and Ryan Loeckel provided a “Quiet Christmas” concert to benefit the building fund for the new House of Hope campus. The students served as ushers and we thank all the volunteers who made this possible. We send special thanks to Angie and Ryan for sharing their incredible talent and to New Covenant UMC for hosting this beautiful event.