Some of the Ministries at Hope Christian Church

ABOUT THE MINISTRY We love kids and are delighted to have kids around us, laughing, enjoying life and learning.  We offer weekly Bible study classes for children of all ages Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m.  During the worship service at 10:30 am, parents are encouraged to keep their children with them for the first 20 minutes or so as we worship the Lord together in song.  Kids ages 3 through grade 5 are then dismissed to Children’s Church for the remainder…
ABOUT THE MINISTRY We cherish prayer and know that, “apart from him, we can do nothing.”  Our desire is to be a praying church not just a church that prays.  In other words, we want prayer to be integral to the very fabric of our identity.  We want to pray at all times, not just when things go wrong. We gather for prayer weekly on Tuesday evenings from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the Office Prayer Room at the rear of the building. Everyone is…
ABOUT THE MINISTRY The mission of our student ministry is to glorify God by developing youth to be disciples of Jesus Christ. Our primary goal is to effectively inspire and equip students to live a life of Reaching Up, Reaching In, Reaching Out through Jesus Christ. Students also meet in their own groups at 9:00 a.m. as part of our All Age Sunday School program, usually sub-dividing into middle and high-schoolers for discussion. Students gather each week on Friday evenings…
ABOUT THE MINISTRY We aim to create opportunities for the women of Hope to gather for times of fellowship, encouragement, and spiritual renewal.  We have occasional gatherings for women, as well as, women’s Bible studies and times of prayer.  If you would like to find out when these groups meet, or if you have questions, contact Merri Brown by clicking the button below. Titus 2:3-5 says, ”older women are to teach younger women.”  Taking full advantage of Hope’s richness in the…
ABOUT THE MINISTRY Life can be so busy that you barely have time to eat.  Jesus and his disciples certainly experienced seasons as busy as this.  In light of busyness, the theme of our annual men’s retreat is, “Come Away and Rest.”  This is taken from Mark 6:31, where Jesus says to his disciples, “‘Come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest a while.’ For many were coming and going, and they had no leisure even to eat.” Email Todd