While we have changed the way we do things during these unknown days, we are still here to help!
We know the impact of COVID-19 will have ripple effects in our lives—emotionally, spiritually, physically, mentally, and financially. We want to help you with the challenges that will come your way, as well as provide ways for you to serve and love your neighbors.
The closings of schools, workplaces, and organizations has drastic implications for many. If you, or someone you know is in need of assistance, we are here to help.
The Hope Center is open to the community Tuesdays 11:00 AM-12:00 PM and Thursdays 6:00-7:00 PM. We are currently operating in a drive-thru fashion with pre-packaged boxes of food available for families.
We are not offering delivery for these boxes, at this time.
Do you find yourself confined to the home and unable to run your typical errands like picking up groceries or a prescription?
Fill out this form and we’ll line up a volunteer to deliver right to your door.
If you just need someone to talk to and pray with over the phone, we have a team who is ready call! Fill out this form and someone will be in contact with you soon.
Are you in need of specific prayer during this time? Email our prayer team at and we will be praying for you specifically.
The coming weeks will present us with new opportunities to bring the hope and love of Christ to our neighbors. Here are some ways you can help!
Some of our neighbors are unable to leave their homes during this time and might not have anyone to help with their normal errands like picking up groceries or a medical prescription.
Fill out this form to be paired up with someone and begin delivering items right to their front doorstep.
The mental and emotional strains of social distancing can be difficult to bear. Fill out this form to partner with someone who has expressed the need to connect.
We also encourage you to find time in your days to call or send a note to a family member, friend, or neighbor.
Our church is able to run its ministries and support the community through your tithes and offerings. While it may be tempting to hold tight during times of uncertainty, we ask that you remain faithful in giving. If you give in-person, you can mail a check (5601 Sunnybrook Drive), begin giving online or through Venmo (@SunnybrookChurch)—it's safe and simple. Your generosity allows us to continue serving others. Thank you!
Donate Food Items
As we continue to run our Hope Center on a weekly basis and have seen the need for food increase, we will continue to take donations for the pre-packaged boxes we are making. We are currently seeking the following items: soup, pasta noodles, spaghetti sauce, canned vegetables & fruit, peanut butter, jelly, rice and diapers. Or if you have access to large scale donations or corporate donations, please get in touch with us at