Author: Elizabeth Burgess

Great Thanksgiving Banquet

For more than two decades, Gateway Mission has been serving the greater Holland community by hosting an annual Thanksgiving dinner. This community-wide event brings individuals and families from all walks of life together around one large Thanksgiving table. In the spirit of gratitude and celebration, consider how you might join

Sponsorship Opportunities

Thank you to our 2023 Event Sponsors! Engedi Church, Foundry Church, Visser Brothers INC, Macatawa Bank, CapTrust Financial Advisors, Schreur Printing & Mailing, Boulevard Auto Service, Donkersloot Law Office, and Hoekstra Electric! Would you like to be notified with 2024 Sponsorship Opportunities open? Please fill out the form below! Questions?

Annual Golf Event

Thank you 2023 golfers for helping us raise $80,000 to support life change! Save the date! June 4, 2024 for our next golf outing! To read this issue of Changing Lives, click here.

Mollie’s life was forever changed by God’s love

…and the guidance of our Executive Director. Mollie experienced childhood trauma at the hands of family members that left her fearful. Drugs and alcohol became a way to cope with her past. They helped numb the fear – until they created a new type of fear. “Addiction began controlling me,”

Gateway Celebration of Life Change

Join us for an evening of encouragement and inspiration as we celebrate God’s work over the last year and look forward to what He has in store for our future. We are deeply humbled by God’s hand in each student’s life. Gather with us as we celebrate our Forge and

Dutch Colonial Inn Christmas Tour

Join us on December 10 to tour the historic Dutch Colonial Inn. Entrance is by donation only, benefiting Gateway Mission. The Dutch Colonial Home at 560 Central Avenue in Holland, MI was built in 1928 as a wedding gift. The house was built with excellent materials and occupied by several

Sara has a new life, thanks to you!

The best Christmas gift there is…  Sara has a new life, thanks to you!   “I felt like I had thrown my life away…” When Sara first walked through the doors of Gateway Mission, she felt lost and broken. “I was used to always being the helper, not the one