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Hope House is a non-profit organization
providing neighborhood support to families. 

In support of our country's rich legacy of immigration, and the shared values of neighbor helping neighbor, Hope House wholeheartedly welcomes New Mainers from 
all faiths and all countries of origin.

HomeFamily Support CenterHope for the NationsSchedulePresentationsMaterials
Contact InfoAboutHow To HelpL.A. CafeHope for the HolidaysBaby Olympics
Women's HealthHope House Highlights of 2022

Meet the founders of Hope House on the "About" page.
​Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
"Let every one of us encourage our neighbor"
(Romans 15:2)
Jan Willson, Baby Pemba, and children of 
Chinese Bible Church of Greater Boston
More music on our "Hope for the Nations" page, "Presentations" page, and "Materials" page
CBCGB Team at Church of All Nations in Lewiston.  You heard them at our Head Light trip, too!
Linking Neighbors Links Nations

Local Volunteers team-up with friends from Boston for fun 2019 
center activities.  Thanks to all who helped!!
(see more pics)

Iftar Potluck
Saturday, May 25, 8:15pm
Our Iftar Potluck was a great success.  Besides our neighbors we had 12 guests from Greater Boston Refugee Ministry join us.

Other Iftars: White House Iftar on NBC
Memphis church welcomes Islamic Center
  "People Matter Most" tells the story, in        song and pictures, of how the                      coronavirus  pandemic affected Hope        House in Lewiston, Maine.  A diverse          neighborhood rallies to share food and      other essentials, to get each other              through.
​See some staff at a 6-12-20 Lewiston protest, holding sign "Building a Community of Unity" on the 2 mile march through L/A.  Best seen at start and about 14 min. into it the Lewiston Sun Journal coverage.
 Good things are   happening in Lewiston,   see 2 recent articles in the   Lewiston Sun Journal.
 Hope House
This is Not Goodbye
 A song to comfort the many who've lost loved ones.  Dedicated to 2 faithful supporters of Hope House: Jan's mom, Eileen, and Chaoluan, wife of Pastor Pan. And thanks to Zac & Noah Willson for guitar work (Zac) & drums ( Noah). Song by Jan Willson, recording by Bruce.

 "That's What Neighbors Do" is a sequel video to   "People Matter Most".  It shows that being   neighborly isn't just a "nice" idea.  It's what helps   diverse families survive the hardships of 2020.     New friendships thrive, and helping each other   becomes much more obvious.  All on College St. in   Lewiston, Maine can see that's what neighbors   do.
Check out these videos!
 Get your COVID vaccination,   Bruce & Jan have!  If you need   help, call Maine's Community   Vaccine Hotline, 888-445-4111
 or go to COVID-19 Vaccination   in Maine
 If you need a ride, call
Sharing Hope 
at Hope House
See the 
Hope House Highlights 
of 2021
 Look at the Birds
 Amidst the snow and sub-freezing temperatures of winter,   Maine's birds show amazing resilience! Are they mindful of   something we forget??  
Free Market &Thrift Store
 Saturdays 1-3pm 
 91 College St., Lewiston
no appointment necessary
Volunteers arrive at noon
 Our beloved friend of Hope   House, Pastor Dick Freeman,   moved to his eternal home   on  Aug. 6, 2022.  He lovingly   served and encouraged us in   so many ways, especially   with his warm smile and   heartfelt prayers.  We pray   God's comfort for his wife,   and our friend, Elaine.
at our Family Support Center, 91 College St., Lewiston, Maine
 Hope House recommends our friend   Paikar's delicious authentic Afghan   meals -to-go.  Try some today!
 Check out the tasty menu!
See the 
Hope House Highlights 
of 2022
New Pics & Video
Sat. July 22, 2023
Free field trip to
  Head Light...