NEW TOWN

New Town is our weekly bible study for students grades K-5. We enjoy a meal, play together and learn about the gospel in large and small group settings.

Thursday nights from 6-8PM,

K-5th grade meet at Heritage Academy, 333 Greene Street

If interested in volunteering, please contact stephen@hopeforaugusta.org

REACHING HIGHER

Reaching Higher is our after school tutoring program for kids in K-5 grades. We focus not only on homework but also on how to glorify God through our work ethic in our studies and behavior at school.

Walton Oaks Adventure Center: 601 Fairhope St
Monday-Friday, 3:30-6:30PM

Hornsby Middle School: 310 Kentucky Ave
Wednesday 4-6PM
Working on homework and practicing and enhancing reading and writing skills.
If interested, contact Candyn@hopeforaugusta.org

Craig Houghton Elementary School
Tuesday and Thursday 3:15-5:15PM

If interested in tutoring, please contact stephen@hopeforaugusta.org

ARROW

Arrow is our after school art program for 1st-5th grades. We learn how to create beauty while learning about the Creator of all beauty! Besides cultivating courageous creativity, we learn to endure in our work and how to have joyful spirits always.

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at various locations and times. Contact Meghann@hopeforaugusta.org for more info

URBAN LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Urban Leadership Program is a mentoring based program with middle and high school students of the downtown Augusta area. We strive to live life on life with the students by having intentional small groups, Christ- centered lessons, and activities to encourage the students to become future leaders.

Volunteer Background Check Requirement

All Hope For Augusta volunteers require a background check. Please click here to download the document.

New Town

New Town is our weekly bible study for students grades K-12. We enjoy a meal, play together and learn about the gospel in large and small group settings.

Thursday nights from 6-8PM,

K-5th grade meet at Heritage Academy, 333 Greene Street

6-12th grade meet at First Presbyterian Church, 642 Telfair Street

If interested in volunteering, please contact stephen@hopeforaugusta.org

Reaching Higher

Reaching Higher is our after school tutoring program for kids in K-5 grades. We focus not only on homework but also on how to glorify God through our work ethic in our studies and behavior at school.

Oak Pointe Community Center: 730 East Boundary
Monday & Wednesday, 3:30-5:30PM

River Glen Community Center: 201 E Telfair St
Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30PM

Walton Oaks Adventure Center: 601 Fairhope St
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:30-6:30PM

If interested in tutoring, please contact stephen@hopeforaugusta.org

Arrow

Arrow is our after school art program for 1st-5th grades. We learn how to create beauty while learning about the Creator of all beauty! Besides cultivating courageous creativity, we learn to endure in our work and how to have joyful spirits always.

Mondays & Tuesdays, 5-7PM
Wednesday, 5-6PM
Located at 611 Telfair St.

If interested in volunteering, please contact meghann@hopeforaugusta.org

Mentorships

Hope for Augusta staff makes it a priority to live life alongside middle and high school students in a smaller, intentional context. From bible study in our homes to football games and even studying for the ACT, our aim is to build relationships with these students to become future leaders.

Volunteer Background Check Requirement

All Hope For Augusta volunteers require a background check. Please click here to download the document.