Service & Outreach Opportunities

Serving our community has been a part of Hope’s mission since we were planted as a church in 2005. This legacy continues still today as the first 11% of our budget every year is dedicated to our outreach ministry. Through this ministry of service, Hope provides many opportunities for our members to reach into our community with the Hope of Jesus.

Outreach meeting are held the second Thursday of each month via zoom. 

Contact Nancy Roberts for a Zoom invite at

  • Genesis Food Pantry

    The Food on the First collection is on Sunday, Sept. 5th. Needs for Genesis Pantry for September are Chef Boyardee and cereal. All food and monetary donations are appreciated very much as are plastic bags, dozen egg cartons, and cloth grocery bags. If you are interested in volunteering at the pantry on a Monday or a Thursday morning, please contact Nancy Sutter for complete details.


    Help!! We are in need of a Family Promise coordinator for Hope! Duties include coordinating a meal date with Lovi Lovisome at Faith Viera, setting up the SignUp Genius for the (taco) meal, gathering the food, and making arrangements to deliver the meal to the designated hotel where the families are staying. In addition, there are occasional Family Promise meetings to attend as well as Hope outreach meetings. Family Promise—and their efforts to keep families from homelessness—has been a long-standing ministry at Hope, and we ask that those with a heart for this kind of ministry prayerfully consider becoming our coordinator. For more information, please contact Pastor James or Nancy Roberts.

  • MInistry of the Month

    Our outreach Ministry of the Month for September is Habitat for Humanity of Brevard. Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S. and in approximately 70 countries around the world. Habitat's vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Their mission statement is “Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.” Brevard Habitat has served more than 475 families in 35 years and is designated as a Veteran Build affiliate; they assist in first time home buying and in critical home repair and home preservation. For more information, go to  Hope has been involved in volunteering at Habitat for at least a dozen years, has helped in sponsoring Faith Build homes, and provides gifts at home dedications.


    Hands on Hope is our new ministry in which Hope members are actively doing projects out in the community to help others, including Hope’s own members. We have a goal to do at least one Hands on Hope activity each month starting in 2022. We need your help in identifying more activities for Hands on Hope. Please contact Dave Roberts (321-327-4122 or with your ideas and suggestions.


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    The Hope Outreach Committee will use a Thrivent Card to purchase the men’s shorts online and our Hope members will be donating the crackers. The best bang for your buck would be to purchase crackers from Walmart, they have 27 count Austin crackers for $5.92. They have peanut butter and cheese flavored varieties. We will also be providing blank cards for Hope members to write words of encouragement for the homeless as well. This act of kindness will put a smile on the face of so many in our local community. Tori Cooper will collect all items at the end of Sunday 2nd Service on September 26th and plan a drop off at Daily Bread the 1st week of October.  The continuing months following the collection items will be based on what our Daily Bread Representee Betsy requests for the month.  We will continue that cycle so that we do not gather items they cannot or will not use within the next 30 days.  The plan is to collect specific items of clothing, food, or personal care each month.  The collection of unopened travel hygiene items for the homeless continues as usual. Thanks for your help in getting these supplies to the homeless in our community!


    The pink beading group will meet on Friday, Sept. 3rd from 6-7 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. Both men and women are invited for an hour of fellowship, fun, and beading as we make bracelets for cancer patients. All materials are provided, and amazing bracelets have been created that are greatly appreciated by the cancer patients. If you can’t attend but would still like materials to make bracelets at home, contact Janet Duddy.


    The yearlong efforts of several members will be shipped to northern Minnesota after Thanksgiving. If you are a knitter or crocheter (or would like to learn!) interested in becoming a part of this ministry, contact Linda Miller.

  • hoPE cARES

    Hope Cares is a program that matches needs of Hope members with the resources that are most helpful. This program is a way to help us bless and serve others with our time and talents. Hope Cares is also there to help in a time of need. Those involved can bring meals, give rides to church or other places, share greeting cards, or visit those who are in need. Hope has helped many people through this program with visits, meals and transportation. If you would like to bless others in this way or you know someone in need of assistance, contact Deaconess Lois Diebel or talk to Pastor.


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  • Additional Community Support

    • Operation Christmas Child
    • Brennity Independent Living
    • Children's Hunger Project
    • Daily Bread, The Sharing Center, Genesis Food Pantry
    • Family Promise of Brevard
    • Habitat for Humanity
    • Hygiene Care Kits
    • LCMS and LWML
    • Pregnancy Resource Center
    • Seven AA Groups