God is building hope.  Build with us.

Project Introduction

God has blessed House of Prayer with a magnificent location in Elizabethtown with plenty of land to expand our mission and build a “Hope Center” for our community. When House of Prayer was established in 1966, who knew the plans God had for this place or why He would choose to bless us with a large lot and plenty of room to grow. Perhaps it was His plan all along to bring us to the present time to bring people in our community together.

 

As we look to the future, we envision expanded ministries at House of Prayer which offer classes in life skills such as parenting, financial assistance, household budgeting, health and nutrition, job preparation and others to support and equip people of the community to deal with the challenges of everyday life situations. We see the awesome opportunity God is providing us to build an addition on to our church where everyone can come and experience the love of God poured out through the Holy Spirit. The “Hope Center” will be a community meeting place offering encouragement and joy for living. It will be a sanctuary of hope and healing; a place where all can experience Christ’s love. 

 

An improved facility will enable the congregation to focus on worship, teaching, and fellowship. Guests who come to House of Prayer will find a comfortable environment where they can focus on learning to relate to God and to others. These physical improvements to our church will help us to conduct an effective ministry where we are equipped and enabled to share Christ’s love and good news with the people whose lives we touch. Our new church facility will include a functional dedicated nursery, and be able to support dynamic youth and adult education programs in a space that is warm, inviting, and accessible to all.

 

Your participation in “Building Hope” is very important. We ask for your prayers and financial support as House of Prayer builds a “Hope Center” for our community.

 

Hope Center - artist's rendition

Artist's rendition

The image above is an artist's rendition of the proposed "Hope Center" facility.