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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*Updated 8/10/2020 Camp Hope, our summer program for kids, has continued to press on to minister to families and children, even if that has looked a little different this year. Through the partnership with 8 of our Churches of Hope and other organizations like Cook Children’s Hospital, we have been able to share the love Read More
*COVID-19 UPDATE EFFECTIVE 10/5/2020: Parker County Center of Hope is still in operation to serve our community while closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and adjusting our services as needed for the overall protection of everyone involved. Please see below for a list of updates effective October 5, 2020. WAYS TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE: Center of Hope Read More
To continue to spread hope and encouragement, follow along with our new #centerofhopestories from our staff, and read below to see how Linda Leal, our Family and Church Relations Coordinator, has seen the Lord moving in our community during this season. “To watch the community come together and serve one another has been so beautiful to see. Read More
Every Thursday, starting March 5th, from 9am – 10am, through April 30th, individuals are invited to join in for Walk It Off, a free 9-week program that encourages establishing the habit of regular physical activity in a fun group setting. Jessica McGee from Better Living for Texans and Texas A&M Agrilife Extension leads the walks Read More
A special series of Family Nights focused on families with children will now be offered throughout the year! An authentic, loving connection between parents and their children is the root of a healthy, thriving relationship built on trust and understanding. Each month, parents and guardians are invited to participate in a different innovative workshop presenting Read More
Have you ever wanted to learn how to grow your own vegetable garden? Jessica McGee, from Better Living for Texans and Texas A&M Agrilife Extension, and Master Gardener, Debbie Latham, are partnering with Center of Hope for Gardening 101. The class meets Wednesdays from 10:30am – 11:30am from February 12th – April 15th at Center Read More