Saturday @ 5 PM · Sunday @ 8:15 AM · Sunday @ 9:45 am · Sunday 11:15 AM
About Worship Services at Hope
While of the utmost importance is each person’s individual response to His invitation of saving grace, bringing each into a saving relationship with Him, we believe His command is clear that we are to gather TOGETHER, to celebrate His name, be empowered by His word, building each other up for the plan He has for each of us and remembering His day of rest.
Hope offers four opportunities to encounter this Living God: Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings, with worship that is relevant, creative and truth telling, standing purely on the Word of God.
Elevate Saturday @ 5:00 PM
Elevate follows a contemporary worship format, surrounding scripture and messages with creative multimedia, blending pop Christian music with praise choruses and classic hymns led by a band with choral and vocal team support.
CLASSIC HOPE Sunday @ 8:15 AM
Classic Hope has a more traditional worship format, surrounding scripture and a message with musical offerings by choirs or ensembles, and traditional hymns led by organ.
Hope Alive Sunday @ 9:45 & 11:15 AM*
Hope Alive has a contemporary worship format, surrounding scripture and messages with creative multimedia, blending pop Christian music with praise choruses and classic hymns led by a band with choral and vocal team support.
Under Further Review
The start of football season is just around the corner. We are going to look at penalties from the football field and how they can teach us to strengthen relationships in our lives.
Join us to review your relationships and make them the best they can be.
September 8 & 9 Official's Time Out
God wants to reveal to us where our hearts are “out of bounds” in our relationships, not to penalize us but so that we can experience His grace and extend that grace to the relationships in our lives.
September 15 & 16 Unnecessary Roughness
How often in our relationships do we say or do things out of anger? We will look at the wisdom of God to control anger rather than allowing it to control us.
September 22 & 23 Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Have you ever said something, and in the moment it came out, wish you could take it back? This week we will talk about how to control our tongue and become good listeners.
September 29 & 30 Facemask
We don’t really want to be vulnerable with people because it opens us up to hurt. We like to wear masks, but it is only with being completely authentic and open can trust be built and the relationship deepen.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT WORSHIP: