Holland Heights Church
Community Involvment

Heights of Hope

Holland Heights is excited to serve
alongside the Heights of Hope team and other local churches.
Community events and activities sponsored through Heights of Hope include Explosion, Heights Fest, and the Heights of Hope 5k.


To learn more about Heights of Hope, visit: www.heightsofhope.org

If you are interested in knowing more about the Eastside Food Pantry located at Calvary on 8th Street, Holland MI visit their website HERE

Kids’ Life Bible Club

This wonderful program is for K-5th grade students from Holland Heights School. We meet each Tuesday after school October through April for an hour of fun and learning about the Bible and Jesus Christ.

To learn more about Kids’ Life Bible Club, visit: www.kidslifebibleclubs.org


Michigan Fosters

We are excited to have a partnership with Michigan Fosters who will be using our parsonage to support the foster care systems in a variety of ways.  This includes a home-like atmosphere for conducting family visits, a location for social workers to bring children while waiting for placement, a meeting place for family team meetings, and also for foster parent support groups.  The parsonage would help serve as a central location for foster resources such as “first night” bags and freezer meals for foster families.


To learn more, watch their video HERE or visit:



If you feel led to help with their immediate needs, visit their WISHLIST on Amazon or make a cash donation HERE.


Doors of Hope

Holland Heights Church has partnerships with Doors of Hope (formerly ATLAS Ministries)!


Doors of Hope is an organization that helps people through financial hurts, struggles, and crisis.

What does that mean for our church? For starters, if you are a member of our church, and are struggling with making and sticking to a budget, you are able to sit down with Life Skill coaches at Doors of Hope.  They will walk you through the process and give support where needed.  Also, if someone walks in to our church and needs financial help, gas cards, etc., we can refer them to Doors of Hope, who maintains a database of those who are seeking assistance, so we, as partners, can better serve their needs in a broader context.  In addition to that, Doors of Hope is able to connect with local resources, and by connecting with community partners, benevolence funds can be used more wisely. 

Our hope is that this partnership will streamline how we as a church can more effectively help those in our community!

For more information, please see their BROCHURE or watch their VIDEO