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  1. Congregational Meeting Wednesday, March 27th

    Community Updates

    Come eat supper 5:30-6:15 p.m. and then hear an update on finances, our building, and future events at the 6:30 p.m. congregational meeting. Program for children ages infant-Jr. High. No adult hope groups will meet.

    Please RSVP for the 5:30 meal, so we have an accurate count. Child care is available by reservation. The deadline to RSVP for both is midnight Sunday, March 24th.

    NOTE: Please RSVP for the meal and child care even if you normally attend Family Night. RSVP using the form below. Be sure to click “Submit” at the bottom:

    We regret that the deadline to RSVP has passed.

  2. Prayer Seminar Saturday, April 13th with Steve Hawthorne

    Community Updates

    Saturday, April 13th, 9:00 a.m.-noon

    A long-time member of Hope Chapel, Steve Hawthorne is a mission/prayer mobilizer with WayMakers. He is internationally known for his teaching on prayer, having taught and led prayer efforts around the globe. He will teach us as we pray together on Saturday morning, April 13th.

    Child care is provided for children 4th grade and younger, by reservation. The deadline to RSVP for child care is midnight Sunday,  April 7th.

    RSVP for child care using the form below. Be sure to click “Sign Up” at the bottom:

    We regret that the deadline has passed to reserve child care for this event.

  3. Worship Night Friday, April 5th

    Community Updates

    Join us for an evening of worship and prayer! On Friday, April 5th we’ll have focused prayer and worship in three 1- hour long segments, from 7-10:00 p.m.

    The 7-8:00 p.m. segment is perfect for those who have children. We’ll have childcare available for children ages 2nd grade and under, by reservation. The older kids will enjoy being in worship with the adults as they’ve been doing a special study on worship in HopeKids’ classes, as well as, their own worship time.

    The deadline to RSVP for child care is midnight Sunday, March 31st.

    RSVP using the form below:

    We regret that the deadline has passed to reserve child care.

  4. Betsy Cruz Book Release Reception Sunday, March 24th

    Community Updates

    Sunday, March 24th 12:30-2:30 PM in the Family Room

    More of God: A Distracted Woman’s Guide to More Meaningful Quiet Times by our own Betsy de Cruz is now available on Amazon in paperback and for Kindle!

    Come to a reception in the Family Room, immediately after the 10:00 a.m. service and celebrate with us! Paperback copies will be available for purchase. Refreshments provided.

  5. Seek God for the City 2019 Begins March 6th

    Community Updates

    40 days of prayer for the City from  Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday, March 6-April 14

    Prayer Guides are available in the Hope Chapel foyer and coffee shop area (suggested donation $1) — or download the app (only .99¢) which contains all the material of the printed booklet — and lots of extras! Available for Apple, Android and Kindle Fire phones and tablets. For more information visit the Waymakers website.

    Prayers that anchor your hope in God.

    Seek God for the City is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of your community. The daily prayers are all new and different from last year’s prayer guide. The scriptures and topics help God’s people pray with passionate, full-hearted hope. This timely guide helps us pray beyond ourselves with confidence and clarity.

  6. Our dear brother, John Bibee, is with the Lord. Memorial Service in 2019

    Community Updates

    From his daughter, Maria:

    Our hearts are broken and yet we have hope that we will meet again and that today he is dancing on streets of gold.

    Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die.” John 11:25-26

    I would like to thank all of those friends and family who have been with us during this battle over the past year and a half – praying, cooking meals, sitting with Dad during chemo appointments (the list goes on) – and also those who came to see him this past week to sing to him, tell him how much he meant to you, share memories… Our family is so very grateful for your support and care, and seeing the outpouring of love towards him has brought great comfort to us all.

    Our family plans to have a memorial service at a later date, perhaps in the new year and we would love to have you there to reflect on and celebrate his life. I will share details about this service when the time comes. Finally, his wishes were to be cremated and buried in a family plot in Missouri, which will also take place at a later date.

    With all our love, we miss you, Dad.

    Hope Chapel will post information here at hope.org and on our Facebook page when the memorial service is scheduled.