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We are excited to see God work here at Hope Church, and He has birthed several ministries within our church here at Hope, with a desire to meet needs and boldly share the gospel in the Las Vegas Valley as well as Internationally. These ministries are lead by qualified and proven members of Hope!

Are you involved in your own community?  Would you like to be involved?  These “Ministry Leaders,” would love the chance to speak with YOU about getting involved in God’s Kingdom.  Please see what these ministries offer, and how YOU can partner with them.

Break Thru Prison Ministry

Break Thru Prison Ministries is an outreach ministry to young people who are incarcerated in the state facilities of Nevada. There are over 1,000 incarcerated juveniles in the state of Nevada.

The two facilities where this ministry serves houses about 200 incarcerated youth from the ages 12 to 18. Our passion to serve the Lord through serving these youth. We love them like Jesus, and share God’s word with them in hopes that they will grow to understand that our God is a God of second chances and love.

How do I get involved? Pray for volunteers to serve and that God would move in the hearts of these young people so they will trust in Him for their salvation, strength and hope.

Ministry Leader:

Anthony and Kisha Langarica:

Highway To Hope Outreach Ministry

Highway to Hope Outreach Ministry (H2H) is a community outreach ministry started by people of Hope to take the church to the street. This ministry serves God by meeting the tangible needs of disadvantaged people and sharing the Gospel with those unwilling or unable to attend a conventional church. Volunteers hit the streets to hand out food and offer prayer and encouragement to all whom God draws near.

We also accept food donations and clothing to help the homeless and those less fortunate, so please feel free to donate to our ministry as God leads you!

How do I get Involved?

Pray for volunteers to serve and for God to give wisdom to H2H leaders. For more info go to

Ministry Leaders:

Bob and Kathleen Carmona:

Broken Chains Ministry

Broken Chains desires to serve the needs of the homeless, primarily through a weekly gathering in a city park where a hot meal is provided as well as a time of Bible Study and Worship. Broken Chains serves the homeless on a daily basis by providing opportunities for jobs and gathering donations to provide the homeless with clothing and other basic necessities.

How do I get Involved?

Pray for safety for the homeless as well as opportunities for the homeless to get back on their feet or serve in one of our weekly outreaches.

Ministry Leader:

Cody Huff:

Raised Arm Ministry

Raised Arm Ministry exists to expand the Kingdom of God by lifting up church plants and ministries in the work of outreach, evangelism, and church planting.  That is our vision.  Our mission is as follows:  “As followers of Jesus Christ, our desire is to demonstrate Christ’s love and His empowerment in our lives by building relationships through the meeting of physical needs for the purpose of meeting spiritual needs.”

This will be accomplished through the sharing of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in order that unreached peoples have the opportunity to choose to receive salvation leading to discipleship and worship through community church plants.  Since the beginning of this ministry some four years ago, we have worked very closely with Safely Home Refugee Ministry, founded by Cynthia Martin, and Tropicana Christian Fellowship, Pastor Tom Martin.  Our ministries have jelled so well together, as we strive to bless and evangelize Nepali, Burmese, Congo, and other people groups who have fled their homes, lived in refugee camps for many years, and were able to, be permanently relocated to the U.S.

Ministry Leader for Raised Arm Ministry:

Eric McDaniel:

Ministry Leader for Safely Home Refugee Ministry:

Vickie McDaniel:

Club Christ Ministries

Club Christ Ministries is an after-school outreach to children from K-12 grade.  This ministry is unique in that it operates out of local apartment complexes in low-income areas.  Children receive tutoring, mentoring and weekly Bible studies.  Unchurched young people are hearing the gospel and learning to read thanks to volunteers at Hope Church.  Come be a part of this grass roots approach to meeting our inner city’s deepest needs.

How do I get Involved?

Our Henderson location is at 730 Center St. Apt. 1A and our Las Vegas location is at 1910 Ferrell St. Apt. 28.  Our hours are from 2:15 pm to 4:14 pm Monday – Friday.

Find out more information at:

Ministry Leader:

Evan Hartsell:

Women’s Resource Medical Center

The Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada (WRMCSN) is celebrating 25 years in this local mission field of Las Vegas. Our mission remains the same – WRMCSN exist to save the lives of unborn children by sharing the love of Jesus Christ through spiritual, physical, emotional and educational support of our clients.

In Nevada there are over 100 abortions performed daily, unplanned pregnancy is never easy, but abortion is not the easy way out. The WRMCSN has been purposed to provide Truth, Hope and Love to end the demand for abortion in Southern Nevada.

There are many ways to become involved at the WRMCSN, from working directly with clients to working behind the scenes, there is something for everyone such as: Missionary Peer Counselor, Male Advisors, Medical Missionaries, Post-Abortion Counselors (HEART and Forgotten Fathers), Material Services/Client Services Volunteer, New Believers Classes, Campus Pregnancy Resources (CPR), Development Department Volunteer, Speakers Bureau Volunteer and as PRAYER Warriors

Contact : Anna Serra Radford or Hollie Norris / 366-1247 x 1010 / 366-1247 x 1004

Angel Tree

Angel Tree is a ministry that reaches out to the children of inmates and their families with the love of Christ. It seeks to transform the lives of these families and to reconcile them to their Heavenly Father and each other. Every child has a story. For 1.5 million American children, that story is filled with the abandonment, loneliness that comes from having a mom or dad in prison. Through Angel Tree, we find ways to reach out to these children, by sharing Christ’s love with them at Christmas and by developing year-round relationships. In the end, it’s so much more than just giving a child Christmas gifts – it’s about restoring families.

You can be involved by adopting an Angel during the weeks leading up to Christmas and purchase presents for them which are delivered to the children as though they are from their mom and dad. At the same time, volunteers who deliver these gifts get the opportunity to share Christ with the children and the guardians caring for them.

Ministry Leader – Donna Starkes:

Soldiers for Jesus MC

Soldiers for Jesus MC is a Christian Motorcycle Club that follows the teachings of Jesus Christ. Our focus is to help with and minister to the needs of our community by participating in charity benefits and local clubs’ events. We desire to serve and aid bikers as well as people from all walks of life. Our calling is to tell others of Christ’s great love through our service to Him.

Contact: Bernie Gennarino

Inked Ministry

Many Christians today are tattooing themselves with love for the one true God and Creator. Today, many utilize this permanent marking as a way to give glory to God. Some find that Christian tattoos attract questions about faith and provide opportunities to give God glory by allowing the story-telling of His Love to those who don’t know Him.

Contact Justin “Smitty” Smith for more information:

Good News Club


Do you have a heart for children? You can help bring the good news of Jesus Christ to children in their own schools through this exciting after-school environment. Volunteers are needed who are committed to reaching students with the Good News, building character through the Word, and helping children develop a sense of belonging by demonstrating the love of God. Good News Clubs provides free and fun training to help you teach or to be a Shepherd associate at a Club. No need to develop curriculum – you will be using materials and lessons that are well produced and tested around the globe. If you desire to volunteer or have any questions about Good News Clubs, please contact Susan Mackert (702-371-8252) or Rose Smithey (702-278-7391).

Service Times & Locations

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888.544.HOPE | 702.896.5924
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