Hope Center at the Coke Plant

The ministry at the Coke Plant, now known as the Hope Center, was established in 2012 as an outreach location for Sherwood Baptist Church. The purpose of the Hope Center at the Coke Plant is to provide local logistics support services to reach the Albany Community and facilities support for biblical study.

Our programs at the Hope Center at the Coke Plant include:
Men's Bible Study (Wednesdays | 6:30 p.m.)
Women's Bible Study (Thursdays | 7 p.m.)
Flywheel Ministry (Auto Inspection for Senior Adults and Single Mothers)
Dreyline Ministry (Feeding the Homeless)
Disaster Relief Storage
Regional Operation Christmas Child Packing Location
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Administrative Office

There are a core group of volunteers who assist with the daily and weekly operation of the Coke Plant. If you are interested in volunteering at the Hope Center at the Coke Plant, please contact Alice Eubanks by email or by phone at 229.431.3101.

925 Pine Avenue
Albany, Georgia 31701