Donations of clean, gently used seasonal clothing for all ages, shoes, boots, jackets, bedding, towels, diapers and toiletries will be accepted on
WEDNESDAYS ONLY from 4:30 – 6:30 pm.
Volunteers will be here to help unload your vehicles.
Thanks so much for your support of this ministry!
We are now offering curbside pick-up service to residents of Bloomington and Richfield. Order forms are located in the upper mailbox outside the SE door of the church. (One order form per family). The requested items can be picked up on the last Saturday of each month. Opening dates will change if there is a holiday (see below).
On opening days, guests enter the north parking lot between 9-10:30 am. You will be directed to check-in (ID required) and follow the designated route to the main doors of the church. Volunteers will load your vehicle with your pre-requested items. We look forward to serving you!
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Upcoming open dates for pick-up from 9-10:30 am:
November 21 (completed forms due November 11)
December 19 (completed forms due December 9) – drive through and wave to Santa!
Christmas gift forms are due by December 1. The forms are in the upper mailbox at the SE door of the church.
January 30 (completed forms due January 13)
February 27 (completed forms due February 10)
March 27 (completed forms due March 10)
April 24 (completed forms due April 11)
May 22 (completed forms due May 9)
Mission Statement: “In the spirit of God’s love, we seek to care for others in a non-judgmental environment by providing clean, gently used clothing to people in need in our community.”
The Closet of Hope is a free clothing store that is available for anyone in need who live in Bloomington and Richfield (ID required, birth certificates for children). Our shelves and racks are filled with clothing for all ages, footwear, coats, bedding and towels. Our visitors will be allowed to take 15 items of clothing. If an adult comes in with 2 kids, the family can take 45 items.
Leviticus 25:35- “Suppose one of your own people becomes poor. And suppose he cannot take care of himself. Then help him just as you would an outsider or someone who is living among you for a while. In that way, the man who is poor can continue to live among you.”