OUR CITY | OUR MISSION | OUR HEART

Showing Our City That Love Works

OUR MISSION

Our mission is for the entire church to reach the entire family by each member ministering, teaching, and working in the mission of Jesus to reach our city.

PROJECTS

  • New high-efficiency furnaces/HVAC system for the entire building
  • Building studded interior walls
  • Spray foam insulation on the walls in the entire building
  • Building new bathrooms in the youth area
  • Building a new kitchen
  • Installing new doors and windows
  • Finish work on the garage addition
  • Fixing the south parking lot grade and drainage system
  • Exterior cosmetic work

GIVING

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The next step to changing our world

River Valley Mission is a faith-based certified program that will train people in trades and life skills.

Our mission is to help establish people in work ethics and character development and to equip them for the next step in life.

A hands-on training program for individuals coming from re-entry, single parents, teens, and those unemployed. We would provide skills and certification in construction, media, and culinary.

  • Training seminars with contractors and certified individuals to teach and train
  • Mentoring groups with leaders and pastors
  • Partner with other churches and ministries
  • Step out program… (serving in community projects, part-time at the center)
  • Hosting job fairs and employment opportunities

School of Hope History

In 1952 Dr. Max E. Miller, and his wife, Leona were looking for services such as a school for their daughter, Marylynn, who was disabled. The Miller’s and a few other people in the community starting meeting in a church basement. Until 1958 when they constructed this facility for disabled children and named it, “The School of Hope”.

Additional construction was done in 1962 and later in 1974.

By the year 2007 the school had built several facilities and expanded its programs for people of all ages with special needs to become what is now “Hope Enterprises” and relocated to their current address in Newberry.

From 2007-2018 the facility served as a drug and alcohol treatment center until April 2019.