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House of Hope is a space of hospitality, hope, and healing.

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Sunday 9:00a-12:30p
Weekdays by appointment

For more information, please email houseofhope@soulcitychurch.com

House of Hope exists to provide support and services for anyone who may be hurting or feeling stuck by…

Responding to areas of justice and mental health

Meet The House of Hope Team

We’re so glad you found House of Hope. Here at House of Hope, we welcome any and everyone to experience hospitality, hope, and healing.

Whether you’re interested in our offerings or opportunities, we look forward to walking alongside you in this season. 

– Christi

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Christi Chatman

House of Hope Director of Care and Program Development

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House of Hope Groups

Walking together towards hope and healing.

Our House of Hope Groups create space for you to find hope and healing within community. When life gets complicated, House of Hope Groups walk with you. Through education and connection, you’ll have the opportunity to develop the skills needed on your emotional health journey.

Parking Update

New parking rules on Adams St. are now in effect. 

Adams St. is now PERMIT PARKING ONLY from Aberdeen to Racine. All other street parking remains unaffected, and the follow parking lots are still available.

  • The Soul City garage, located off of Adams St.
  • Parking lot on 11 W. Monroe St. on the corner of Monroe St. and Aberdeen St.
  • Mercy Home parking lots on the corner of Racine Ave. and Jackson Blvd., and on Racine Ave. between Jackson Blvd. and Adams St.
  • Montessori parking lot on Racine Ave. between Jackson Blvd. and Adams St.

We can’t wait to see you this Sunday!

Hey Soul City!

A quick message for those joining us in person this weekend:

Recently, the CDC shared new guidelines for wearing face masks in public and in indoor settings to promote safety in areas with substantial risks of transmission. Therefore, we are requiring that masks are worn while in the building on Sundays.

We are continuously reviewing the CDC guidelines and what our next steps will be – as your safety remains our priority.

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