The Hope Center

212 Chestnut Street

Marysville, OH 43040 

Hours of operation:


Monday - Friday

   9:00 AM - 6:00 PM


   10:00 AM - Noon

Closed Sunday

Hope Center is on the Move and we could use your help this Friday, July 24 & Saturday, July 25

As you know, we have been in a flurry of packing, moving, storing, etc. over the last couple of months, while still maintaining our ministries.  

Thank you to MAMA churches support. 

We have had tremendous support from many of the churches that are part of MAMA.  In particular,

Haven Community Church - much needed storage space

Trinity Lutheran Church - letting us use their kitchen to continue providing meals to those in need.  YIPPEE!

The Vine - for letting us use their office space to conduct business until we get into Court St.

The Rock - for helping clear out the auditorium

Marysville Christian Church - for helping us in our packing/move

First English Lutheran Church - for faithful volunteering during this time

Agape Community Church - moving, packing, overseeing, etc.

If I’ve missed any, I apologize for doing so.  We couldn’t have gotten this far without the support, however, we still have lots to do!

We plan on moving out of our current location this weekend and can use any help.

If you have anyone in your church that is free this weekend, please have them come by the Hope Center and help us get this place emptied and on our way to our new space. The address is 212 Chestnut Street, Marysville, OH 43040.

Come any time Friday or Saturday, and Gene will have something for you to do.  Trucks and trailers welcome.  There’s a lot yet to be done.

Thanks in advance, ​Be Blessed.

Becky Bolt

Executive Director/CEO

MAMA Secretary


August 20, 2022

Benefit in the Barn returns this year and the Hope Center is one of two Benefactors of this great event.

Organizers for the Benefit in the Barn announced that the affair is returning for its 8th year on Aug. 20 at Glenndale Farms in Delaware County. Owners Glenn & Kelly Harsh will be opening their farm to what has become a signature late-summer occasion bringing consumers and farmers together for food, entertainment, fun and a purpose. The main objectives of the Benefit in the Barn are to spotlight the hunger issues in our community, raise funding to help address the issue while also providing opportunities for dialogue between consumers and farmers.  

The outdoor event will feature dinner catered by City Barbeque, Eda's Italian Ice and Gelato and a cash bar featuring Ohio Craft Beer and Ohio Wine. Sponsored by Delaware and Union County Farm Bureau organizations, this year’s entertainment will spotlight North to Nashville a Central Ohio county music band.

Tickets and sponsorship information can be found at:



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