Over 50 parents, children and grandparents gathered for our Family Serve Days on February 26th and 27th. Volunteers of all ages spent their time filling colorful Easter eggs packed with treats. They also prepared Easter bags with the story of Jesus, activity pages and a dozen candy-filled eggs. Our Churches and Businesses of Hope handed Read More
Read below for a favorite memory at Center of Hope from our Adult Basic Education Coordinator, Pat Johnson!…“My favorite memory at Center of Hope is of the very first student I enrolled at the Center. She had just committed her life to Jesus. This student was living with her aunt and had daily devotions with her. Her dream Read More
Read below for a favorite Center of Hope memory from Heidi, our Hope Chest Manager!…“Recently, our Director of Operations, Tammie, came to The Hope Chest looking for a very specific size in men’s shirts for a gentleman who had lost everything in a fire. I informed her that in the 4 years I have worked Read More
Stories Around the Fire Join us for “20 Years of Miracles: Stories around the Fire,” a virtual gathering on Saturday, November 14, at 7pm. Our CEO, Paula Robinson, and special guests will share stories around the campfire of all that God has done through the years at Parker County Center of Hope! Tune in on Read More
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We are honored to have been selected for the support from our local Brookshire’s grocery stores in both Weatherford and Aledo as a part of the company’s amazing give back campaign! Brookshire Grocery Company is working with food banks in over 100 communities to support current and on-going needs. The corporation will be giving $5,000 Read More
It was during our recent “Bless our Future Home” event when we met Cheryl. She had once been a volunteer in the late 1990’s when Center of Hope was known as The Provision Center. But years later, Cheryl was struggling to make ends meet after a divorce. “I was a displaced homemaker,” Cheryl remembers. “I Read More
Article from Weatherford Star-Telegram: It wasn’t a groundbreaking in the traditional sense but that didn’t make it any less meaningful for Center for Hope. The long time nonprofit is preparing to “don their hard hats” as work begins at their future location, 1318 Clear Lake Rd. Supporters of the organization came to the facility from Read More