Winter Shelter


EXTENDING OUT to our Greater Nashville community by providing a monthly WINTER SHELTER for the homeless in partnership with Room In The Inn. 

This ministry shares the unconditional love of God by providing meals and a warm safe place to sleep—it’s loving hospitality.

On the second Wednesdays of November-March and on-call for when temperatures are dangerously low, six to eight guests will be picked up at the Room In The Inn downtown center and welcomed, fed, and cared for overnight here on the HopePark campus (6pm-6am). 

BE A PART of the INN CROWD!

The HopePark Winter Shelter is a wonderful place to serve individually, as a family, or together with a small group in the following ways: transporting guest; serving as overnight host;  preparing and serving meals; assisting with set up and clean up; spending time conversing with guest, playing games, or watching movies. 

A meal is a powerful element of grace that can touch the heart of both the giver and the receiver in meaningful ways. If you would like to learn more about how you can be in the INN CROWD, please contact Missy Bolt, missy_bolt@comcast.net, HopePark Winter Shelter Coordinator.

You can also support the Winter Shelter and Benevolence Ministry of HopePark by a financial gift designated to the White Bucket Project. 

2015-16 WINTER SHELTER Dates
Wednesdays - Nov. 11, Dec. 9, Jan. 13, Feb. 10, Mar. 9

November 8
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