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Last month at Star of Hope’s Cornerstone Community®, we were blessed to celebrate 14 women who were recognized for completing educational programs at our new Women and Family Development Center.

When Star of Hope transitioned to the new campus last fall, we began holding our residents’ commencement ceremonies in Star of Hope’s new Hope Chapel. This is an architecturally beautiful building designed with stained glass windows that fill the room with natural light. High ceilings and a breath-taking cross at the center of the stage make this an inspiring place of worship and celebration. The Lord’s presence is felt every time I set foot into Hope Chapel. God has truly blessed our residents with a second chance at life, and we are grateful to have this beautiful place to hold special moments like this.

When women and children in our city find themselves homeless, they need a safe place to stay and help in putting their lives back together. Many have sought Star of Hope for the quality recovery and educational programs we offer here. Many of our graduates are now leading a successful life, with a good job and place of their own to live. Most importantly, many have a new or renewed relationship with Jesus Christ that is real and relevant in their daily living!

Witnessing our residents pursue their dreams and ultimately growing in their relationship with Christ is the purpose of Star of Hope. We give God all the glory and would also like to thank you, our amazing donors and volunteers, for continuously supporting our mission! If you would like to help us in this amazing work, make a gift today or sign up to volunteer and come be a part!

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  • Jennie riley says:

    What a beautiful group of diverse women who with the help of Star of Hope and growing closer to God.

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