Restore families in financial crisis to economic and spiritual vitality.

The three principle ways in which we live out this mission are: hunger reduction, homeless prevention, and emotional and spiritual nurture. Programs are designed to achieve our dual purpose of equipping families to help themselves restore their economic and spiritual vitality and to mobilize congregations to serve families in economic crisis.

Restore Hope Ministries was incorporated in 1978 by Tulsa area United Methodist congregations to meet the growing need for emergency assistance for families in crisis.



An affiliate of the Oklahoma Conference of the United Methodist Church, Restore Hope continues to provide basic needs to working poor families in the Tulsa area.


By providing person-to-person care throughout its programming, Restore Hope seeks to help client families regain stability and move toward economic and spiritual vitality.