New Life Cafe`

New Life Café serves free meals to anyone in the community that wishes to come in and receive one. They have no requirements for any individual or family coming to receive a meal. No questions are asked; we just serve them a meal with a servant’s heart. We have an all-volunteer staff; no paid employees. Funding received goes to the support of the ministry (rent, utilities and supplies).

They have been in the new facility for almost a month are are reaching new families and individuals, There is a serious need for more volunteers. People can volunteer as little as one night a month. Also there is a pressing need for groups such as a Sunday School class or care group to take a night a month and cove cooking, serving, and cleaning. If you would be interested in observing the ministry at work with one of our CP groups, you can contact Delores Evans at 358-8819.

College Park Preshool

We still have openings in our 3-4 year old class that meets on Tuesday and Thursday morning.  Applications available on the table in the nursery area or call Debbie Lemar at 358-4090.


GriefShare is a free special weekly seminar and support group for people who are grieving the death of someone close to them. GriefShare is a place where you can be around other people who understand how you may be feeling from the pain of our loss. At GriefShare you’ll learn valuable information that will help you through this difficult time in your life.
The next series of 13 sessions at College Park Church starts on Wednesday, August 20 and runs through November 12, 2014, 6:15 pm – 8:30 pm in the Church Lounge (Room 101).
If you have questions regarding GriefShare or would like to register, please contact Pat Brown at 224-1840 or or the College Park Church office at 356-2642.

McKenzie’s Hope

College Park is partnering with McKenzie’s Hope by supplying individual wrapped snack items for the children that receive services at the agency. (items such as: bags of chips, cookies, rice crispy treats, individual wrapped packages of crackers, raisins, etc.) Let’s share the love by filling a tote (found in The Commons) with these items.

For those of you that are not familiar with this agency. “McKenzie’s Hope is a not-for-profit center that provides a stable location for a comprehensive, team approach to the investigations of child abuse and neglect in Huntington County. The purpose of our facility is to provide a child-friendly atmosphere for the victims of child abuse and neglect when they speak to investigators. “