At Hope Presbyterian Church, we believe being a Christian is more than just Sunday morning, it is a lifestyle. We provide financial and/or volunteer support to more than a dozen organizations providing critical services to our community. In addition, we also directly serve the community through English as a Second Language (ESL) classes each spring and fall.
Alcoholics Anonymous has two groups that meet at Hope. A co-ed group that meets on Tuesday nights at 6:45 p.m. and a men’s group on Fridays at 8:00 p.m.
Austin Children’s Shelter provides residential and non-residential services to children, youth, and families recovering from abuse and neglect.
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary is a seminary in the Presbyterian-Reformed tradition whose mission is to educate and equip individuals for the ordained Christian ministry and other forms of Christian service and leadership
Cancer Connection provides individual support to cancer patients and their families by cancer survivors or family members who have cared for a loved one with cancer.
Drive -A-Senior (Faith In Action Caregivers) Trained volunteers from several congregations transport clients to medical appointments, physical therapy sessions, pharmacies and other appointments.
Foundation for the Homeless – Through this organization, Hope is a member congregation of Interfaith Hospitality Network, a shelter program that provides transitional shelter for children and their families experiencing homelessness.
God’s Family Dinner serves dinner at University Baptist Church to over 200 homeless men, women, and children every Thursday in partnership with Hope and other Austin faith communities
Habitat for Humanity builds homes in partnership with families and engages our community to end the cycle of poverty housing.
Hill Country Community Ministries runs a food pantry, clothes closet, and provides other assistance for families living in poverty in southwest Williamson and NW Travis counties
Hope Prayer Shawl Ministry provides a tangible sign of God’s love through shawls and wraps, freely available to anyone in need.
House of Friends provides support to caregivers and enriches the quality of life of their loved ones with dementia through a stimulating, loving, and safe community environment.
Manos De Cristo promotes dignity and self-reliance in underserved Austin neighborhoods by providing essential dental care, furthering educational development, and meeting basic needs with food and clothing
Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services has been providing residential care and other services to children and families with no place else to turn since its 1903 beginning as an orphanage in Dallas.
PCUSA Mission Presbytery is the governing body for PCUSA churches in central and south Texas
- Building together healthy congregations and trusting relationships (Eph 2:22),
- Partnering with one another in what we do better together (Phil 1:5) and
- Sending disciples in witness and service (Matt 25:31-46 & Matt 28:18-20)