Hopkins County Christian Alliance (HCCA) Sharing a common vision to unite the Body of Christ in our community, several local churches have joined together to reach the un-churched in our city. Gathering weekly, both ministers and lay people alike pray for our city and our nation. The HCCA holds several community gatherings such as Thanksgiving, Easter, and Independence Day services in which several churches come together to corporately worship and celebrate Christ. A yearly canned good drive is also held to assist our Community Cupboard.

Heart of Hope Ministries Heart of Hope offers many services to help meet the needs of someone struggling with a crisis pregnancy. They are present to help others understand their options outside of abortion and support the best choice for each individual and their pregnancy. You can find out more at

Community Chest - A local non-profit organization that supplies food and financial aid to those who are in poverty or have fallen on hard times. They are located at 217Linda Drive here in Sulphur Springs.

Global Advance Based in Dallas, TX, Global Advance equips and trains both church and community leaders around the world to work together to reach their cities and nations with the Gospel. Visit them at

George and Lois Champ/Ukraine Answering the call of God, George and Lois sold everything they owned and became missionaries to Russia. Since that time, God has placed them in the Ukraine where they have led thousands to the Lord through home churches and study groups. They also minister on the streets and in orphanages.

Life Impact International Having orphanages in both Thailand and Burma, Life Impact International rescues children from the streets and slums saving them from a potential life of slavery and prostitution. See more at

Servants of Hope - Jerry and Ginger Maynard and their children are building Christian homes for the severely abused and neglected children in Costa Rica. Their mission statement and center of their ministry is to make disciples of Jesus Christ. You can learn more at

Jewish Voice - JVMI’s mission is two-fold: Proclaiming the Gospel to the Jew first, and also to the Nations (Romans 1:16), and equipping the Church—providing education about the Hebraic roots of Christianity, the Church’s responsibility to Israel and the Jewish People, and how to share Messiah with the Jewish People. The Good News is proclaimed through television, print, humanitarian/medical outreaches, and large-scale international festivals. You can learn more at