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  1. Civil War (Old Testament Figures)


    New to Hope? We’re glad you’re here! Text the word WELCOME to 512-777-1826 to connect with our welcome team!

  2. Marriage and Parenting Conversation June 4

    Children's Ministry

    Dear Hope Parents,

    You are invited to join Hala and friends for an encouraging conversation about blessing your children, strengthening your marriage and refreshing your parenting tools. We’ll meet at 10 on Saturday, June 4. I’ll provide a light breakfast. This class is part of the preparation for our Parent & Child Dedication service on June 12, but you do not have to have a new baby or participate in the dedication service in order to attend this class.

    Sign up and reserve childcare by contacting hala tompkins@hopemail.org.

  3. WOH Retreat 2022 April 29 – May 1st

    Community Updates

    ROOTED: Revealing our Restoration Through Redemption

    Jeremiah 17:8 NLT “They are like trees planted along a riverbank, with roots that reach deep into the water. Such trees are not bothered by the heat or worried by long months of drought. Their leaves stay green, and they never stop producing fruit.”

    WOH Retreat 2022 is now open. Cost is $200 for triple occupancy, $280 for double occupancy, and $90 for Saturday only. Deadline to register is April 10th. Overnight guests save $10 by registering before March 13, 2022. Use code EARLYBIRD.


    For scholarship information contact Lori McDonald lori.y.mcdonald@gmail.com.

    For registration questions contact Melinda Armbruster marmy1204@gmail.com

    For general retreat questions contact Missy mrshui26@yahoo.com

  4. Sabina: Tortured for Christ, the Nazi Years (March 4)

    Community Updates

    Join us for an amazing story of courage in obedience to God during a horrific time in history. This couple, Sabina and her husband Richard Wurmbrand, were tortured and imprisoned for declaring their faith in Jesus and leading others to do the same. They left Romania in the early 1960s and eventually relocated to the US and co-founded  The Voice of the Martyrs.

    Hope Chapel will provide childcare due to the content and images in the film. Childcare registration closes Feb 25.

    Film Showing: March 4, 6pm

    Hope Chapel Sanctuary

    Register Here

    Watch a trailer

  5. Film “Sabina: Tortured for Christ, the Nazi Years” Friday, March 4th

    Community Updates

    Friday, March 4th, 6–8:00 PM at Hope Chapel

    The heart of the Gospel is forgiveness…

    In this 2021 film, discover the amazing true story of Sabina Wurmbrand, a complex woman who discovers a love that fulfills, a love that endures, and a love that forgives. Set in the crucible of war-torn World War II Romania, the true story of Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand (founders of Voice of the Martyrs ministry) is a topsy-turvy adventure through romance, faith and sacrifice. Sabina is the prequel to the 2018 award-winning feature film, Tortured for Christ.

    Admission is free. Film is rated PG13 for thematic content, some disturbing images and violence. With this in mind we are offering childcare for those families who have children under age or not mature enough for this movie.  Cost for childcare is $15 per family. The deadline for childcare and payment is Friday, February 25th. Register for childcare HERE.

    Learn more about the film HERE.