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Bible lessons, worship and fun.

Learning to love Jesus, studying the Bible, praying for each other and worshipping together are the foundations of our children’s ministry. And we have fun in the process! Hope Chapel provides children’s classes during its 10 AM service each Sunday. Learn more ›

Children’s classes

  • Sunday Morning Classes
  • 10:00 AM
    Classes begin promptly at 10:00 AM for children ages birth to 5th grade.

Latest Updates

  1. Parent & Child Dedication Class Scheduled for August 20

    Calling all parents! Have you had a baby in the past few months or years? Have you considered publicly dedicating your child to the Lord Jesus? Hope Chapel’s next Parent and Child Dedication service is scheduled for August 28;  make plans now to attend class so you can participate in the service.

    Join Pastor Geno Hildebrandt and Children’s Ministry Director Hala Tompkins for class on Saturday, August 20. We’ll discuss the significance of a public dedication ceremony and parents’ responsibilities in raising their children in the “fear and admonition of the Lord.”  There will also be time to talk about your questions and concerns about parenting and marriage. Couples are encouraged to attend this class together.

    We will meet on Saturday, August 20, from 9:30 to noon.

    Childcare is provided by rsvp. Use the form below to let us know you are coming.

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  2. Christmas Program Dress Rehearsal– This Saturday

    Dear Parents of Hope,

    For those of you who have children aged three and up, there is a great likelihood that they will need to be at the dress rehearsal for our Christmas program this Saturday, December 5.

    According to the schedule, elementary kids will sing their first song at 9:45 and preschoolers (3’s, 4’s, 5’s, and kinders) will be singing about an hour later than that. If you have children playing on the worship team, they need to be at Hope by 8:30. Junior High kids who are readers also need to be at Hope by 8:30.

    If you have both elementary and preschool children, you can bring your older kids and leave them in the care of Anne Tibbetts and then come back for the preschool rehearsal section. Also, you may want to have your child bring a book to read or a pad to draw on while they wait for their turn to rehearse.

    The program is on Sunday at 6pm. Please plan on arriving at Hope no later than 5:30. Preschoolers can be brought to the sanctuary and elementary kids can go up to the den to warm up their voices with Anne Tibbetts.

    What to wear: Long pants or skirts, dark colors or Christmas colors or just a nice outfit. Whatever you already own is great!

    You can ask Nance more questions on Saturday at the rehearsal. Thank you so much for working with us to make great memories!



  3. Thank you for supporting Austin LifeCare and the kids of Hope

    The baby bottle donation drive for Austin LifeCare was a big success! Thank you to all of you who brought your filled bottles back to Hope by August 23. We were able to deliver more than $700 to ALC this week.

    Thanks for participating in this effort with the 3-5th graders of Hope Chapel.

  4. Donation Drive for Austin LifeCare Begins this Sunday

    The Kids of Hope are filling up baby bottles with coins to bless Austin LifeCare in their ministry to mothers, fathers and babies. If you would like to participate in this donation drive, pick up a baby bottle from the basket in the foyer or the coffee shop. Take it home, fill it up and bring it back to Hope Chapel by August 23. We’ll deliver the filled bottles to Austin LifeCare on Anderson Lane. There are plenty of bottles if you’d like to take extras for your family and friends.

    Questions? Contact Hala.

Do you want information about how to join the children’s ministry team?

If you have questions about Hope’s Children's Ministry or are interested in joining our awesome team of volunteers, send us a message through this contact form.