Communities are the primary place we are encouraged to grow in our journey with Jesus. We would love for you to get connected in one.
Contact: Steve Kuzner (email@example.com).
Do you enjoy coffee? Do you have the gift of hospitality? Are you just look for a low risk way of getting involved on a Sunday Morning. We are looking for people to get involved helping set up coffee and tea on Sunday mornings.
Contact: Jen Healy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our Student Ministry (Underground Hope) meets Sunday mornings (9am during our 1st Gathering) and every Sunday evening (6:30-8:30pm). Currently, we are praying for anyone who has a desire to pour into students from middle school to high school aged.
Contact: Max Myers (email@example.com)
Join us in the Newtowne 20 neighborhood on Sunday afternoons from 2-3pm to spend time with children. We play games and do small group bible studies with them.
Contact: Todd (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We are looking to build a team of babysitters for our community groups and other events. Please let us know if you are interested:
Contact: Melanie Fraser (email@example.com)
We respond to God’s grace in worship by offering our whole lives back to Him (Romans 12.1-2)- this includes our finances. We encourage all who consider DH their church home to practice first fruits giving (give first and live on the rest). You can place a check “Downtown Hope” or cash in our offering box today or give online at www.downtownhope.org/give. Your generosity goes to extending God’s grace to our city through the people and work of Downtown Hope. You can find our financial updates on our giving page.
What if I have never given before? A simple way to begin is by committing a small percentage and increasing each year. The 10% pattern of offering in the Old Testament is a helpful mark to grow towards.
Join us in the Newtowne 20 neighborhood on Tuesday evenings to teach children how to fix bikes.
Contact: Tom (firstname.lastname@example.org)
// Mentors and tutors to help youth in math, science and writing at Annapolis High School
// Help with organization of pop up summer camps in coordination with the City and its programs
// Advocate for Woodside Garden residents who are being unjustly evicted. Includes attending community meetings, talking with residents and reporting back to our Love Annapolis Team.
Contact: Janice Keating (email@example.com)
Anti-Human Trafficking Art Exhibition. The event will bring to light and ignite conversations about ending modern slavery. Art will be available for purchase and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to, Justice For Youth. Come support local artists and join the movement to end anti-human trafficking.
RSVP on the Facebook Event
The daily is a M-F resource/reading plan, integrated into our teaching series, that encourages us to develop a simple rhythm of abiding in Jesus through word and prayer. Learn more and sign up here: downtownhope.org/the-daily.
If you have a friend or neighbor who is going through a difficult time or has become spiritually curious we have a simple, relational way to help you help them discover Jesus.
Contact: Jesse Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Make a huge difference in the lives of kids ages 6-11 who are failing school. Looking for 5 tutors each for Mondays and Tuesdays this Summer starting June 24th for 8 weeks. Adults and older teens preferred for simple reading and math. Hoping for 10 people to commit to Mondays or Tuesdays but if you’re not able to commit to all 8 weeks we would welcome any help you can give.
Contact: Patty Mahaffey (email@example.com)
Join us as we partner with families in Newtowne and Woodside for Family Fun Days as we take our friends from the neighborhood out on new adventures.
RSVP: Summer Outreach
We have committed to buy new school uniforms for 22 children in the Newtowne neighborhood. No need to shop, we are just looking for extra funds. Please contribute to Love Annapolis under the Give tab.
Join us at Downtown Hope on the third Friday of the month for a time of free-form prayer and worship
Contact: Wes Lyons (firstname.lastname@example.org).