The House of Hope Recognizes 2009 Graduates
$20,000 Scholarship Recipient Honored
The House of Hope Church is celebrating all graduates! On Sunday, June 7, 2009 at 10 a.m., we will host Graduates Recognition Day on our campus at 1420 High Pointe Lane in Cedar Hill, Texas.
This event will honor every graduate with a particular focus on those graduating from Cedar Hill High School.
Special recognition also will be given to the newest recipient of the Cedar Hill High School/The House of Hope Church Georgetown College Scholarship. Kevonna Webb, has been awarded a $20,000 annual scholarship, which she will receive for four years, totaling $80,000.
This is the second year of the unique partnership between The House of Hope and Georgetown College. The total amount of scholarships awarded is over $200,000. Georgetown College is a private liberal arts college in Georgetown, Kentucky which has the distinction of being a part of Oxford University in Oxford, England. Students attending Georgetown have the opportunity to study abroad at Oxford during their junior year.
The partnership with Georgetown College is one of the community efforts by THOH to offer hope for a quality higher education to academically talented and economically challenged students.
We launched THOH two years ago in Cedar Hill in the Cinemark Movie Theatre and our goal is to offer hope for living in the Best Southwest Region. We recently moved into our new campus at 1420 High Pointe Lane, where we intend to continue serving our community.
THOH offers programs for children, youth and adults. We recently completed a spring class through the renowned Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University and just launched a special 13-week summer study through the same life-changing FPU course. Providing FPU at a subsidized rate enables us to offer hope for financial freedom during stressful economic times.
Our worship service is weekly at 10 a.m. on Sundays, with a special offering for children ages one through six years old during the same time. A Summer Hip-Hop Bible Study begins June 15, 2009 for students entering grades 7-12 this fall.
For more information about all THOH events and programs, please call 214. 417.0414.