City Of Hope in Tamarac, FL with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.City Of Hope National Medical Center And Beckman Research Intitu

    1000 Corporate Dr

    Fort Lauderdale,FL

    7.05 mi

  • 2.City-Hope

    1000 Corporate Dr Ste 260

    Fort Lauderdale,FL

    7.05 mi

  • 3.City of Hope Construction Haiti

    19592 NW 83rd Ct

    Hialeah,FL

    18.88 mi

  • 4.Liberty City Hope

    1281 NW 61st St

    Miami,FL

    26.41 mi

  • 5.Village-Hope Lazarus Project

    300 NE 51st St

    Boca Raton,FL

    16.37 mi

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05/05/2016
By: Rachel S.
Harvest Preparation Ministries
Awesome place of worship! They're right in Tamarac just east of University, so perfect location for Tamarac, North Lauderdale and Lauderhill families looking for a church home! Great family feeling and kind, professional church workers! The pastor gives good, bible based teaching to really help you grow your faith and their outreach team really loves the community!
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05/05/2016
By: Racquel Y.
Harvest Preparation Ministries
I love how welcoming everyone is. Worship was amazing. Plus there are lots of little ones, my children love it ❤️❤️
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05/05/2016
By: Lorraine S.
Harvest Preparation Ministries
You can't help but notice the warm and friendly atmosphere! You are immediately treated like family! Great church!
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