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  1. AtHome Weekly available online for parents

    Community Updates

    Dear Parents,

    As a way to partner with you as you disciple your children, we are happy to provide you with a PDF of the AtHome Weekly handout.

    AtHome Weeklies are far more than a “Take-Home” page: they allow you to pre-teach the Bible lesson that will be taught next Sunday morning in our kids’ classes at Hope Chapel.  They are a valuable tool which can equip you to be the primary nurturers of your children’s faith in your home during the week.

    Take some time this week to read through the scripture passages and do a couple of the activities with your children. You’ll be glad you did!

    Threes AtHome Weekly for March 10-31

    Prek:K AtHome Weekly for March 24

    Elementary Take Home Page for March 24

  2. AtHome Weekly available online for parents

    Children's Ministry

    Dear Parents,

    As a way to partner with you as you disciple your children, we are happy to provide you with a PDF of the AtHome Weekly handout.

    AtHome Weeklies are far more than a “Take-Home” page: they allow you to pre-teach the Bible lesson that will be taught next Sunday morning in our kids’ classes at Hope Chapel.  They are a valuable tool which can equip you to be the primary nurturers of your children’s faith in your home during the week.

    Take some time this week to read through the scripture passages and do a couple of the activities with your children. You’ll be glad you did!

    Threes AtHome Weekly for March 10-31

    Prek:K AtHome Weekly for March 24

    Elementary Take Home Page for March 24

     

  3. Come watch The Pilgrim’s Progress on March 20

    Children's Ministry

    Just in time for spring break:

    Hope Chapel has been chosen as a pre-release location of the new movie, The Pilgrim’s Progress. We’ll play on the playground and eat dinner outside starting at 5. The movie will begin at 6:15 in the sanctuary. Bring a friend!

    Contact Emily Harris for more details.

     

  4. Discover 252 Summer Day Camp Coming in June

    Community Updates

    Hey Hope Families,

    Registration is now open for Discover 252, the summer camp run by TbarM Camps and scheduled for June 17-21, 2019, and hosted by our friends at Brentwood Bible Church.

    This is a wonderful Christian camp opportunity for children of Hope as well as kids from all around Austin. Make plans now to attend and bring your friends.

    Quick facts about the T Bar M Day Camp:

    • Designed for kids who have finished K-4th Grades.
    • Monday – Friday, June 17 through June 22, 2019.
    • Meets each day from 8:30am – 4:30pm.
    • Held @ Brentwood Bible Church on Woodrow Avenue (just around the corner from Hope Chapel).

    Visit T Bar M Camps to learn more.

  5. What to Expect on Sunday–Parents

    Community Updates

    The remodel is over and all of our kids’ classes are being held in the education wing of our main building again. Please join us for the fun as we reacquaint ourselves with the familiar spaces that are new again.

    Your first stop on Sunday morning should be at a HopeKids Check In Kiosk. You will find one in the Family Room and another in the coffee shop. Print out name tags for each of your kids fifth grade and younger. Each child in our program needs to wear a nametag to class.

    Classes for kids in Kindergarten and younger are on the ground floor. The rooms are marked to make it simple to find the one you need. Elementary classes are held upstairs and are also labeled.

    Currently, all kids’ classes begin at 9:55 on Sunday. Age-appropriate worship, Bible lessons and games abound in all of our spaces.

    As always, there will be friendly people in blue HopeKids t-shirts to help you in any way needed.

    Let the celebrations begin!

     

  6. What to Expect on Sundays–Parents

    Children's Ministry

    The remodel is over and all of our kids’ classes are being held in the education wing of our main building again. Please join us for the fun as we reacquaint ourselves with the familiar spaces that are new again.

    Your first stop on Sunday morning should be at a HopeKids Check In Kiosk. You will find one in the Family Room and another in the coffee shop. Print out name tags for each of your kids fifth grade and younger. Each child in our program needs to wear a nametag to class.

    Classes for kids in Kindergarten and younger are on the ground floor. The rooms are marked to make it simple to find the one you need. Elementary classes are held upstairs and are also labeled.

    Currently, all kids’ classes begin at 9:55 on Sunday. Age-appropriate worship, Bible lessons and games abound in all of our spaces.

    As always, there will be friendly people in blue HopeKids t-shirts to help you in any way needed.

    Let the celebrations begin!