Project Description

Sharing Jesus with Our Community

Heartland Community Church is committed to helping people in our community engage in the process of finding Jesus, following Jesus, and sharing His love. One of the best ways we can do this is by partnering with organizations in Medina County whose complete focus is sharing the gospel with those who need to hear it! Service is an incredible gift, as well as an act of spiritual formation. Click below for information on who our partners are, what they’re up to, and how you can get involved as we seek to share the love of Jesus in Medina County!

Local Missions Partners

Medina Westside Community Initiative

The Medina Westside Community Initiative (MWCI) exists to hep improve the lives of the people of the West Side of Medina and the city of Medina overall physically, mentally, and spiritually. Currently, they are working with area youth to raise the awareness of their opportunities through field trips and educational opportunities. Want more information? Contact Mark Williams at

Cups Cafe

Serving Hope. One Cup At A Time.

Cups Cafe is a non-profit community cafe that intentionally seeks to be a safe and loving place for students in Medina. Food and drinks are always free at Cups Cafe, and their wonderful volunteers are always looking for chances to connect with and listen to the students and adults who come in throughout the day. Interested in getting involved? Visit to read more about Cups, submit an application to serve as a volunteer, or sign-up to participate in one of their fundraisers or special events.

Operation H.O.M.E.S.

Hospitality of Medina County Emergency Shelters

Operation H.O.M.E.S. is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the homeless of Medina County. They partner with around 15 local churches for shelter, food, and the administration of life skill programs, providing the opportunity for an individual to be independent, both personally and financially. More info on Operation H.O.M.E.S. is available at

Oasis of Hope

Pregnancy & Parenting Support Center

Oasis of Hope Pregnancy and Parenting Support Center seeks to glorify Christ by affirming the sanctity of human life through education, promotion of sexual integrity, support, and services to meet the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of pregnant, parenting, post-abortive and other individuals and families searching for hope. Heartland is privileged to partner with Oasis of Hope for fundraisers, events, and more. Looking to get involved? Check out their website at

Kids Hope USA

Mentoring One At-Risk Child Once A Week

Kids Hope USA gets the privilege to serve our community through adults spending just one hour, once a week, mentoring one at-risk child at multiple Medina elementary schools. When one adult that attends Heartland regularly has a little extra time and a lot of love to give, that person can make a difference. By giving a child support and encouragement, you can lead them to a brighter future. If you would like to participate, contact Angel Evans at

Liberty Plaza

Family Night Events

We have an opportunity to give back to the community and SHARE the love of Jesus right here in Medina at Liberty Plaza. At Family Night, you’ll play games and enjoy a meal with local families. For more information, please contact Nicole Weidokal at


Solutions for Children, Families, and Communities

With locations in 11 different counties throughout Ohio, OhioGuidestone aims to provide a number of different services for children, families, and communities, including counseling and treatment services, early childhood services, family services, foster care, Recovery 360, Workforce 360, and comprehensive care. To learn more, visit

Stepstone Academy

Raising the Value of Academic Achievement and Participatory Citizenship in Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood

The mission of the Stepstone Academy school is to provide the highest quality education for students that fosters lifelong learning and prepares students to graduate from college and become productive, involved citizens. To learn more, visit