Here to greet you when you arrive at Beulah, Henry is the newest officer and first canine member of The Dare to Love Project. A 8-month old "double-doodle" and therapy dog in training, he is very tender and loving to people of all ages, sizes, and colors.
In the best of weather, a sun-drenched oasis; in the worst of weather, a shelter from the storm. Sometimes you’re just not up for socializing— and that’s okay. You don’t have to go any further. Stopping point and sanctuary for the distressed and displaced. (Not to mention, the cutest area ever. Or so we’ve been told).
The Gathering Place
All are welcome here. Be sure to slip off your shoes in The Nook, then come inside and kick back. An open invitation is extended to our community worldwide: neighbors, co-workers, missionaries, old friends, new friends, friends-of-friends, postal workers, pest control guys... We're glad you came. A safe place for learning and listening. The venue for Dare to Love Documentary Nights and pocket for prayer.
The Community Table
"When you have more than you need, build a longer table— not a higher fence." Author Unknown
Where meals are shared at weekly Dare to Love events and gratitude is kindled. Food and drink are abundant and love and laughter never lacking.
The Cause Coffeehouse is many people's favorite spot at Beulah Land. An idyllic atmosphere for sitting and enjoying a cup of coffee and pleasant conversation, quietly reading, or perhaps putting on a record and relaxing next to the fireplace. Open to the community. Can be reserved for Bible studies, book clubs, and life groups!
Once a derelict storage shed, now a completely restored and repurposed living space, The Cove serves as temporary housing for those in a season of transition. Folks in need can live here free of charge for up to one month, as they work to save money and get on their feet again. Houses 1-2 people.