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  1. N2Worship Camp coming to Austin Oaks on July 30!

    Community Updates

    N2Worship Camp at Austin Oaks starts on July 30!

    Sign up now for the south N2Worship Camp coming to Austin Oaks on July 30 through August 10,  Monday through Friday mornings, 9:30am to 12:30pm.

    Austin Oaks Church is located at 4220 Monterey Oaks Blvd, Austin 78749, near Mopac and William Cannon and across the street from Hope in the City.

    We have completed our camp at Northwest Fellowship and are now gearing up for our south camp which will begin at 9:30am on Monday, July 30 at Austin Oaks Church. (Notice that start time is at 9:30am instead of 9am.) Hope in the City will also be partnering with us in this south camp.  It is wonderful to realize that many churches in Austin value, as we do, this endeavor to train and raise up worshippers, worship team members, and worship leaders.

    Ages 9 and older are welcome! We will spend 3 hours a day for 10 days working, playing and singing to the glory of our Great God.  Our staff of seasoned worship leaders and experienced music educators are devoted to helping students grow in their musical gifts and in their relationship to God through musical worship.  It is a rich two weeks which culminates in a student-led worship time when friends and family are invited to join in.

    Registration cost is $275.  Please let us know as soon as possible if you are planning to come to the south camp.

    To register and more information at n2Worship.org.  Questions? Email jack@thedormans.com

     

     

  2. Hope Prayer Room Training tomorrow, May 19, 9AM – 2PM

    Community Updates

    Last reminder about the Prayer Room training tomorrow, May 19 from 9AM-2PM at Hope Chapel.

    The Hope Prayer Room is not affiliated with Hope Chapel per se, but two of our members, Colin and Melissa Dwyer, are on the leadership team. Their team is offering this training at Hope Chapel for worship leaders, worship team members, intercessors, and everyone who wants to grow in and learn more about prayer and worship.  All ages are welcome.  They will share their vision and values and will also lead us in “practicing” what we are learning. We expect this to be a rich and satisfying time together!

    Hope Chapel has a history of joining with other churches in worship and prayer for Austin, and this is a new opportunity to participate in a city-wide effort.

    The Hope Prayer Room is housed in the ADRN headquarters on East 51st street.   Presently HPR offers several 2-hour shifts of prayer and worship times weekly.  Their goal is to see more 2-hour shifts covered with worship and prayer and to train more worshippers and leaders to that end. Their long-term vision is to see 24/7 prayer and worship to the Lord for our city.  Another important part of this training is to prepare us to participate in on-going intercessory prayer and worship during times of crisis.

    The training tomorrow at Hope Chapel is a prerequisite for worship leaders and team members to be able to lead worship at the Hope Prayer Room. It also opens the door for us to join existing worship teams who lead at HPR, either weekly or monthly, and lastly, to rally together for worship and prayer when disaster strikes.  

    We hope to see you at Hope Chapel tomorrow morning at 9am! Let’s press in to see more worship and prayer in and for the city of Austin!  For His glory and for the good of our city!

     

  3. Worship Night Friday, January 19 from 7-8:30pm

    Community Updates

    Join us for an evening of worship and prayer on Friday night, January 19 from 7 – 8:30pm.  We plan to include focused prayer toward loving those who are far from God and preparing our hearts for the following morning’s workshop, “Loving our Muslim Neighbors.”

    Child care is available (for children age 8 and younger) by reservation only. The deadline to reserve childcare is Wednesday, Jan. 17th. To RSVP for childcare, fill out the information below, scroll to the bottom and click “Sign Up”

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

  4. Come and pray tomorrow morning, November 11, led by Steve Hawthorne

    Community Updates

    Tomorrow morning!  Come and pray with us from 8:55 -11:55 AM.

    A long-time member of Hope Chapel, our own Steve Hawthorne is a mission/prayer mobilizer with WayMakers. He is internationally known for his teaching on prayer, having taught on and led prayer efforts around the globe.  

    “Come help us as we work together in groups to form prayers from scripture.  Some prayers we will sing, some we will pray, and come away knowing we have more to pray than we thought.”

    We are sure to be encouraged and challenged, even energized and renewed.  Lord, let your kingdom come and let your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven!

    There will be breakfast tacos at 8:30. Email deb@thedormans.com if you want a taco or two.  I will probably bring a few extras, just in case! 

    Hope to see you tomorrow morning.

  5. Claire Sullivan’s YWAM Fundraiser, December 1, 2017

    Community Updates

    This spring our very own Claire Sullivan will be on her way to a six-month YWAM Discipleship Training School in Hawaii.  She will be leaving on January 4, 2018 and will be gone for six months.

    Claire is having a fundraiser on Friday night, December 1 from 7-8:30PM at Hope Chapel. She will share what the Lord has been doing in her life to prepare her for this step.  She will also bring some art and baked goods to sell, and she will share some songs she has written. Some of Claire’s youth group friends will also share testimonies.  We hope you will come and support Claire as she prepares for this adventure.  Tax deductible gifts can be made out to Hope Chapel with “YWAM fundraiser” in the memo.

  6. Saturday, November 11th Morning of Focused Prayer led by Steve Hawthorne

    Community Updates

    Tomorrow morning!  Come and pray with us from 8:55 -11:55 AM.

    A long-time member of Hope Chapel, our own Steve Hawthorne is a mission/prayer mobilizer with WayMakers. He is internationally known for his teaching on prayer, having taught on and led prayer efforts around the globe.  

    “Come help us as we work together in groups to form prayers from scripture.  Some prayers we will sing, some we will pray, and come away knowing we have more to pray than we thought.”

    We are sure to be encouraged and challenged, even energized and renewed.  Lord, let your kingdom come and let your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven!

    There will be breakfast tacos at 8:30. Email deb@thedormans.com if you want a taco or two.  I will probably bring a few extras, just in case! 

    Hope to see you tomorrow morning.