Place of Hope – June Update

• God has provided us with a new parking lot location for Friday Night Hope. Thank you everyone for your continuous prayers! We are now able to utilize a new location for Friday Night Hope: Nelson Mazda in downtown Nashville (1212 Broadway). See you there!

• We have a brand new roof on our building! After much anticipation and a few delays, MIKO and Robert’s Roofing along with the help of our clients and halfway house residents installed the roof in May! Our admissions coordinator, Terry Davidson, put it best: “It doesn’t rain inside anymore at the Place of Hope!” Work is underway on our new geothermal heating and air system!

• On Sunday June 24th, Mike Coupe will be sharing at Conduit Church during their 10:30a gathering at Independence High School! From www.ConduitChurch.com: Mike found freedom from his own addiction to alcohol and drugs. Leaning upon his own experience and freedom, he founded Place of Hope in Columbia, TN. POH is an in patient drug and alcohol drug rehabilitation facility. POH does not charge for it’s services and caters to the down, the oppressed, the homeless ,the poor, the hopeless. In the last 12 years hundreds of people have found freedom and hope. Mike will join us in our Sunday gathering to share his story and the story of Place of Hope.
Be sure to check out our calendar at www.placeofhopeinternational.com for Upcoming Events, Hope Worship Center and Nashville Recovery Church dates and times! Note that there will be no HWC Service Sunday evening, June 17th.

Friday Night Hope

Friday Night Hope, our homeless outreach ministry, continues to offer practical and eternal help to Nashville’s neediest folk. June outreach dates are June 8th and June 22nd

All are welcome to join us! We meet at NRC, 1600 Elm Hill Pike, at about 6pm for a hotdog dinner before setting up to serve the community at OUR NEW LOCATION, Nelson Mazda, in downtown Nashville (1212 Broadway). Check our website, www.placeofhopetn.org for a calendar of scheduled outreach nights.

Nashville Recovery Church

Many of the people that are served on Friday nights are then picked up on Sunday mornings to attend Nashville Recovery Church, an inner-city outreach church located at 1600 Elm Hill Pike in Nashville. After church participants enjoy a free meal and an opportunity to receive practical help. Nashville Recovery Church meets every Sunday in May at 10:30 AM.


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