is a Christian nonprofit organization which exists to improve the living conditions for low-income families in Chester County. Through the efforts of volunteers, substandard housing is renovated and repaired, while homeowners receive a glimpse of the power of God’s unconditional love. The ministry offers its services at no cost to low-income homeowners.
Ministry Leader: Joe Lisowski (610) 942-4216
Good Works … NOW 2 Teams, 2 Saturdays, 2 Opportunities to Serve!
Would you consider joining our team efforts.....tools and trade skills are a welcome gift, but certainly not required or necessary, just a loving heart for God's people.
Come out and help us one or two Saturdays a month.
More with Good Works
We have a very exciting project ahead!
Our two teams, St. Peter's Village (1st Saturday) and Coatesville (2nd
Saturday) will for a temporary period of time, join forces. The job is repairs to
a large home in Coatesville with a limited time frame for completion........so
starting next month, on June 9th (through October) we're combining
our toolboxes and working on this one home together. Yep, you guessed
right.....lots of moving pieces we're trying to nail down. Will you join us? A
multitude of repair tasks await .....some technical, many not.....willing hands
and an open heart are all that the work requires. Help us to care for Mary
Jane and her granddaughter by making their home warmer, safer and
drier ......and restoring hope by shining Jesus' light and love.
Contacts: Mary Ann Fisher, 610 299-6383, MAF880@gmail.com, or
Leslie Wildermuth, 610 458-0744, LHWildermuth@verizon.net.
Bridge of Hope
Bridge of Hope is a local non-profit organization with a focus on
preventing homelessness for women and children with the help of trained
mentoring groups within congregations. Single mothers achieve permanent
housing and financial self-sufficiency through employment and attain
stability and enhanced self-esteem through ongoing mentoring
friendships. “Our goal is to exemplify Christ’s love and to promote
physical, emotional, social, and spiritual wholeness.”
is a homeless shelter for men and women in West Chester providing food, shelter, housing assistance and job assistance to men and women in need of help and hope. Dinners can be made in advance and delivered to the church or can be served at their shelter. Hopewell serves this ministry several days a month.
Ministry Leader: Randy Knight (610) 458-0827