Inviting All, Loving All, Serving All…In Christ
At Supper House, more than a meal is provided. People hunger for many things: food, attention, respect, dignity, love, friendship and a sense of “belonging.” Everyone is welcomed to the Supper House.
Temple, in partnership with 18 other churches, provides shelter and care within the church for families who are facing homelessness. This is an opportunity for volunteers of all faiths to reduce homelessness and transform lives.
A violence prevention program for children and teens of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights. In addition to providing a safe haven for youth Pathfinders is committed to empowering youth with the elements and skills to become tomorrow’s leaders.
A Message From Pastor Jeff
We are a diverse body of people of all ages, from all kids of places and various races. Black or White, we are all sons and daughters of the Living God. It does not matter where you have been in life or what you have done, God still loves you and there is nothing you can do about it. So relax – you are loved and welcomed here! We are a people of extravagant welcome. Jesus didn’t turn people away and neither do we.
We often hear people say, “I feel something different when I come to Temple.” My desire is that you will get a sense of what God is doing in our midst and will want to experience it for yourself. In church talk we call that “longing for God.”
What we Do
Hand2Hand 501©(3) delivers hope to hungry children, ages 3-18, by mobilizing schools, churches, businesses, and individuals to provide nutritious food over the weekends.
Today over 50 West Michigan churches see MAP as an extension of their ministry.
What we do and what Temple is all about. Youth & music ministry.
To find out how you can be involved!