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What to Expect

What to Expect

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What should I expect?
Expect a friendly greeting when you walk in our doors. Our diverse praise and worship services blend songs of every genre so that there's something for everyone, and each service includes prayer time. Most importantly, expect an anointed message that actually applies to your life.

What do you have for my children?
From babies to eleven years old, Hope Kids provides fun, godly activities for your kids. Our nurseries care for infants through three-year-olds for the entire church service. Four-year-olds through eleven-years-old also check into Hope Kids before service starts.  Your children are sure to have a fantastic time in an exciting environment that features games, Bible lessons, skits, videos, and more, while you receive God's Word for yourself.

What about Jr. high and High school students?
On Wednesday nights, Momentum Student Ministry meets at the church building. Youth services are power-packed, God-centered events that bring students the Word of God in a format that grabs their attention.

Sunday mornings, jr. high and high school students are involved in the main church services with their friends. Some help teach nursery and children's church, and others are involved in worship or usher teams.

How do I join Hope Community Church?
Joining our church is easy. Simply start attending Sunday morning services and take the Basic class that is offered once a semester.  Once you have attended the six week Basic class we officially consider you a member or Hope Community Church. 

How do I become active in the church?
Because we know that part of the church's purpose is to bring Jesus to others, we have plenty of opportunities for you to serve in the body of Christ. Whether you want to get involved in Children's Ministry, missions, youth, media, cooking, or any of our other areas, there's something here for you to do.

How do I meet others?
Having you as part of our family is our goal. It's part of what God expects His church to do; He wants us to become friends with other Christians so that we can help each other to grow in Him. With this in mind, our church features Wednesday night discipleship classes at 6:30 that teach, help, encourage, and admonish one another in the Lord. Joining Wednesday night discipleship classes is the best way to become friends with other families in the church.