An affordable, inviting and collaborative space for ministries and nonprofits
Why City on a Hill?
City on a Hill seeks to demonstrate God’s love to our local community and the world through resident ministries, event spaces and our own community resource ministries: Doors of Hope, the Health Clinic, the Café, and Leader Renewal.
Community Resource Ministries
Doors of Hope
No matter the life circumstances, Doors of Hope is here to help. Doors of Hope offers a listening ear, aid in obtainable goal setting, advocacy, accountability, life skills coaching and healthy relationship building, all at no cost.
Open to the public, our non-profit Café features a full barista bar with specialty coffees and fresh-baked gourmet muffins, cookies and other treats, along with lunch served Monday through Friday and Tuesday night dinners. The Café also provides meaningful work and volunteer opportunities for seniors, persons with disabilities and others who love to serve.
Our Clinic provides free medical care for minor injuries and illnesses for uninsured and underinsured persons. Care is given by qualified, volunteer medical staff. Patients must call ahead for an appointment.
To support and encourage pastors and other leaders in the community, we have set aside a private space on our third floor. The Leader Renewal Room can be reserved to have time away from the demands of life and ministry, escaping the busyness of offices and homes to rest and recharge.
Event Room Reservations
City on a Hill offers three meeting spaces for use by resident ministries as well as the public. The spaces are free to resident ministries. Members of the community can use the rooms for meetings, family gatherings, open houses and other events at a reasonable cost.
Support City on a Hill
City on a Hill could not operate without volunteers who provide many different services. Learn how you can support our mission and connect to your community.
Donations are City on a Hill’s lifeline, making it possible to operate our own four ministries and also helping finance building operations to support our resident ministries. The donations we receive help save each resident ministry an average $12,000 a year in costs, allowing them to focus more of their resources on their missions.
City on a Hill Health Clinic is happy to announce that we have received a grant through the Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area Community Stabilization grant to expand the hours of our current mental health program! We are so pleased that we can provide...
“We’re adapting, and it’s a continuous process.” That’s Director Gary Ellens’ summary of life at City on a Hill during the COVID-19 crisis. “Adapting” means ministry is underway – if in a somewhat new fashion. That “fashion” includes mask wearing in all public...
As it moves to reopen the City on a Hill building for normal operations, tentatively aiming for June 15, the City on a Hill board has adopted the following Workplace Re-entry & Safety Policy in accordance with government regulations for safe workplace operations....