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Hey, parents of kids ages 5-12, our Wildside Kids ministry's Spring events are full of fun for the kiddos. So far, we've enjoyed football fun, March Madness basketball, Hot Wheels racing, and Easter Egg hunts.


Our Spring schedule of upcoming events includes:

*4/27- Rock the Run 5k (with 1 mile Kid's Fun Run)

*5/11- Mother's Day Brunch

* Saturday


Most events will be on Sundays from 3-5 PM at the Trinity Center located at 215 W. Church Street. (The events with an * are on Saturday.)


For more information, email

Children were important to Jesus and they're important to us as well. Many children living in our area are dealing with issues that most of us couldn't imagine. 

That's why for over 50 years The Hope Center has actively worked with kids in our surrounding neighborhoods and all over Hagerstown. The Hope Center wants to make sure that every child knows that God loves them and has a special plan for their life.

Our youth ministry is working constantly to create fun, educational, spiritual and safe activities and environments where kids can be free to be themselves but also build relationships with positive leaders and, most importantly, Jesus.


During the school year Wildside Youth Ministries hosts various activities. And during the summer months, The Hope Center hosts one of the most exciting and action-packed day camps in the entire area- Camp Wild!


Oh, did we forget to mention that all of this is free? That's right, thanks to all of our faithful donors we are able to provide all this year-round fun for free! 

Attention 6-12th graders! Beginning January 25th, join us on Thursday nights for Wildside Teens- Open Gym Night. We will have our gym open for basketball, as well as snacks, video games, a Bible lesson, and arts/crafts. Bring your friends for a fun evening.

Begins January 25th

Thursdays from 5:30-7:00 PM

Trinity Center (215 W. Church St.)

For more info, email

Paul Lundy is the Director of Children and Youth at the Hope Center at Hagerstown Rescue Mission. He has eight years of experience as a youth pastor. He is a Cumberland Valley Christian School teacher with 19 years of experience teaching Physical Education and Middle School Mathematics. Paul has been the Director of the CVCS Sports Camps since 2006. Paul coaches Basketball, Soccer, and Baseball for teams and ages ranging from Elementary through Intercollegiate Athletics. 

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