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  1. HopeKids Classes at 10am Service– What to Expect on Sunday Morning

    Dear Parents,

    The HopeKids ministry is happy to be able to provide in-person classes for kids of all ages on Sunday mornings! Here’s what to expect this Sunday.

    When you arrive, a greeter will escort you to the coffee shop. There you will find the HopeKids kiosk and check in station. One of our friendly volunteers will be glad to get your kids registered and checked in for the morning.

    Feel free to accompany your children to class and then participate in the service. Pick your kids up from their classroom when the service ends.

    We look forward to meeting you and your kids this Sunday at Hope Chapel!

  2. “Pilgrimage of Light” Artist Reception

    Join us Saturday, February 4th in the Hope Chapel Sanctuary Gallery for an artist’s reception of Pilgrimage of Light, a photography exhibit by Wendy Dooldeniya. There will be a catered reception and artist talk starting at 6:30pm, followed by an interactive Q & A. We will also have musical accompaniment by guitarist Nathan Howard.

    Wendy describes her work in this way: “These images are moments of my soul hearing the voices of water, wind, light, and shadow. They are the moments that give me pause and peace in the wanderings of daily life.”

    Contact Aubrey Johnson for more information:  Johnson_ah@yahoo.com.

  3. Family Night Spring Starts on January 11th with a Meal

    What is Family Night? Hope Chapel hosts small groups and book studies on Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30 PM (meal at 5:00 p.m. this semester). Everyone is welcome: single, married, with or without kids. For more info about groups that meet during family night – and groups that meet throughout the week – check out the Hope Groups page!

    JUNIOR HIGH MINISTRY

    Jr. High meets weekly on Wednesdays in the Lighthouse. They also meet 2nd & 4th Sunday mornings. Contact Wes for more info and address.

    WEDNESDAY NIGHT KIDS’ CLUB RSVPs CLOSED

    If you have kids (5th grade and younger) you’d like to bring, please RSVP on Realm for a  fun program with an emphasis on scripture memorization.

    CHEF ABBY MAKES A MEAL THIS SEMESTER AT FAMILY NIGHT

    Chef Abby is making the meal this semester. It begins at 5:00 p.m. and we’ll clean up around 5:45 p.m. so people can be in their groups by 6:00 p.m.