In 2014 ...

Hope Mission provided 35,093 meals served from our Community Kitchen.

The Hope Mission Men's Shelter provided a temporary home and support for 145 guests.

The Emergency Financial Assistance program provided financial assistance to 234 families.

You Can Help!

Financial contributions can easily be made online using your credit or debit card or PayPal account.

Every penny you donate to Hope Mission stays here in Carteret County helping your neighbors.

Serving our Community Together - September 2015

Friends and Partners of Hope Mission,

 “… serving our community together…”

Here is how our “your partnership” with Hope Mission has served our community from January through August in 2015.

So far in 2015 (January to August), we have provided 27,049 meals for the hungry, temporary housing for 90 homeless men and dispersed $31.054  in emergency financial assistance to the working poor in our county. In the upcoming months there will be several events that help support this charitable organization in serving the less fortunate in our community.  All of their events are located on their website at Also, be sure to check out and like them on Facebook. You can email Hope Mission at [email protected] or [email protected] or you may give us a call at 252-240-2359.

Open Heart - Open Handed - September

Open Heart Open Handed Help – September 2015

Ephesians 2:10 NIV

“For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which god prepared in advance for us to do.”

“… Serving Our Community Together …”

To All the Friends and Family of Hope Mission, What a great year we had so far. Thanks for all your support through prayer, service and finances.

Here is how we can use your help. We would like to ask you to help us with one or two food items each month.

The month of September we are targeting:

  1. Instant Mashed Potatoes
  2. Spaghetti Noodles
  3. Paper Towels
  4. Napkins

(Size 10 Restaurant style cans are the preferred size for our cooking but we greatly appreciate any size).

These will be served to the less fortunate in our community, who without us, might otherwise go hungry.

“When we offer open-handed help to the poor, God blesses us for our kindness. (Proverbs, 19:17).

Items may be dropped off during the week Monday through Friday from 8am – 1pm or call for other arrangements.

Thank you for your continued support!

Pastor Gene McLendon,
Executive Director