A community where everyone is valued.
The mission of Hopewell Love is to mobilize congregations and individuals by developing a community ministry that values persons-their needs and their gifts. This ministry will build Christ-like relationships that transform individuals through service to Christ and connectedness to one another.
HOPEWELL LOVE AT A GLANCE
A Bit of Background
Working shoulder to shoulder with a growing volunteer pool since 2006, Hopewell Love, an ecumenical Christian non-profit in the Douglassville and Birdsboro, Pennsylvania areas, functions as a clearinghouse for people in need. In partnership with Hopewell Love are more than 20 local churches and community groups and agencies. Hopewell Love reaches out to those in need and offers local volunteers concrete and meaningful ways to offer their time and talent. The emphasis is service to others and a greater sense of community. Working together for the common good is the mission.
Making A Difference
Hopewell Love holds community dinners, operates a food pantry, distributes clothing, runs a crafting group for seniors, coordinates community gardens, refers those in need to local sources of assistance and heads up the local Laundry Love outreach.
THE COMMUNITY TABLE
Twice a month, on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 6 PM, we gather to share a meal, to laugh, to talk, to be family. All are welcome to enjoy food and fellowship. The Community Table is located at the Birdsboro Fire Company, 214 W. First Street.
THE FOOD PANTRY
sharing the harvest
Twice a month, on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 6 PM, we offer a place to shop for food for community members. The pantry is located at the Birdsboro Fire Company, 214 W. First Street.
THE CLOTHING CLOSET
clothes for all ages
The Clothing Closet, offered by Birdsboro Church of the Nazarene, 715 E. Third Street stocks clothes for all ages.
washing, drying, connecting
Laundry Love, offered on the third Tuesday of the month at 5 PM at the Secure Wash, 423 E. High Street in Pottstown, is a time for getting help with getting laundry done.
THE COMMUNITY GARDENS
Volunteers tending community garden plots at 4 local churches and 1 business offer fresh produce to our food pantry.