Our mission partners and outreach programs are making a difference in our community and around the world! Listen to the stories and testimonies of how God is working in the lives of those touched by these programs.

Mark your calendar for Sunday, Nov. 8, and join our Mission Celebration worship services.

Feeding Tampa Bay

Food is more than just a meal on a plate. When we share food around a table, we can begin to break the cycle of hunger and imagine new possibilities. Consistent access to nutritious food enables students to excel, parents to focus on their livelihoods, and seniors to maintain a healthy life.

Feeding Tampa Bay is in need of volunteers and your help can make a huge impact. Shifts are in the morning 9 a.m.-noon or the afternoon 1-4 p.m. Click here to learn how to serve. You can also support Feeding Tampa Bay when you attend Hyde Park’s Fall Family Fun Night, where you can drop off non-perishable items. Details

For more information, visit our website or email Don Aiken, mission liaison. You can also support Feeding Tampa Bay through Hyde Park’s Gifts for Good campaign.

Abe Brown Ministries

Abe Brown Ministries demonstrates the love of Jesus Christ by helping offenders and ex-offenders achieve productive and fulfilling lives. The video of Michael Jackson’s testimony shares the impact Abe Brown Ministries has had on his life.

For more information, visit our website or  email Amy Morantes, mission liaison. You can also support Abe Brown Ministries through Gifts for Good campaign.

Hillsborough House of Hope

Hillsborough House of Hope was founded by Hyde Park’s own Margaret Palmer to provide a Christian home where women transitioning out of a correctional institution learn a new purposeful, productive way of life that allows for success. Each woman receives a plan tailored to her objectives, such as family reunification, parenting skills, substance abuse treatment, vocational training, health and nutrition counseling, and financial guidance. The House affords a safe and encouraging environment until the women secure employment and a permanent residence. Under full-time supervision, each woman has her own room and helps with chores. After six months, each woman leaves with what it takes to be a purposeful, productive community member.

To learn more, visit our website or email Sarina Finn, mission liaison. You can also support Hillsborough House of Hope through Hyde Park’s Gifts for Good campaign.

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