Community Updates

Hope community happenings.

  1. MOPS Registration Now Open

    You are invited to join MOPS@Hope for the Spring 2024 semester. At MOPS we have meaningful conversations, yummy food, and fun! Each time we meet, you’ll get to have honest conversations about topics that are relevant and significant.

    We want to help you become a better mom because better moms make a better world. Register today.

    Contact Hala for more information.

  2. After Church Games

    Join us every third Sunday for board and card games after church in the family room. Bring your own lunch! We typically have people stay till 2-3 PM, but feel free to come and go as you please.

  3. Women’s Conference: WANTED!

    This year we are changing things up. Rather than going away we’ve decided to take some time and make room at home for women who can’t make it to retreats. The reasons are various from work to illness, to birthday conflicts and the list goes on. It’s important to make room. We also want to make room for our budding ladies. These young girls will soon be adult women and we want them to know they are a part of us.

    Matthew 22:36-40 ESV

    36 “Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law?” 37 And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. 38 This is the great and first commandment. 39 And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. 40 On these two commandments depend all the Law and the Prophets.”

    I and the team are excited with where the Holy Spirit is taking us with this theme of WANTED. We believe that making room is part of what helps others believe they are wanted by God and others. There is room for you and we hope that you’ll join us on this journey of discovering more of why God wants us.

    Love Lisette & WOH Team Leads

    WOH Conference 2024: WANTED!

    Special Guest Speaker Jeanine Sanchez

    Saturday, February 24th 8:30am – 4:00pm, Hope Chapel

    Click for Registration Details



  4. Re-Ignite Marriage Seminar

    Hope Chapel is welcoming guest speakers Steve and Lorraine Box to lead us in strengthening our marriages. Steve and Lorraine are gifted prayers, coaches, and lay-counselors, and use these gifts to minister to and equip the body of Christ. The 2 day conference will focus on communication, connection and how to repair disconnection. They provide a workbook, as well, to continue the work once they’re gone, and Hope Chapel is offering small groups dedicated to the 5-week follow up.

    Register now to begin deepening your connection with your spouse!

    Hope Chapel

    Feb 2, 6-9pm

    Feb 3, 8:30-3pm

    Childcare and lunch are provided, but RSVPs are required. Contact Ceci Proeger with any questions.

  5. Dan Davis Celebration of Life – Offsite – Saturday, January 6th at 1:00 PM

    From Dan’s Family: It’s with both sadness and joy that we announce the passing of Daniel John Davis (Dan) who departed peacefully from this world in the presence of his family on December 6, 2023 at age 86. He was a loving husband, a devoted father, a loyal friend, and a beloved minister to many.

    The Celebration of Lifel service will be offsite on January 6, 2024  1PM at Grace Covenant Church, 9431 Jollyville Rd, Austin, TX 78759. Invite a friend with this invitation video.


    The youngest of five, Daniel John Davis was born July 1, 1937 in North Hollywood, California, where his family relocated after hard times on their farm in Nebraska. In his teen years, his folks moved to Monterey, California where Dan fell in love with the raw beauty of the wild coastal landscapes which looked out over the vastness of the Pacific.

    Upon graduating, he and a buddy flipped a coin to see which way their future lay — heads would take them to San Francisco, tails to L.A. Fortunately, it came up tails which meant (1) Dan would soon meet a striking 20 year-old girl who’d catch his eye when he visited Santa Monica Foursquare church, (2) the two would marry four months later after a high-speed car chase and whirlwind courtship, and (3) they’d soon welcome daughter, Denise Lynn followed by son Jeffrey John.

    Over the next sixty years, Dan covered quite a distance professionally. Starting out on the ground floor of the burgeoning computer industry, he quickly made his way into management. After a successful career as an executive with Motorola and Intel, Dan underwent a series of life events, culminating in 1981 with a new vocation—Senior Pastor for a thriving new church in Austin named Hope Chapel.

    From the beginning, God placed a vision in his heart for the city of Austin, one best summed up in his own words: “There is only one church in the city! It meets in many places, but it is only one church.” As his influence grew among pastors, this idea began to take hold. Today Austin is blessed with remarkable unity among pastors. As Hope Chapel grew, it spawned a number of satellite churches in the U.S. as well as overseas missions.

    In his retirement years, Dan realized a life-long desire to live in the Pacific Northwest near his son and wife Alison. He is survived by Joann, his beloved wife and companion for 65 years, children Denise and Jeff, his grandchildren, Daniel, Ashley, and Alena, and his great-grandson, Owen, who he held in his arms, fulfilling yet another of the deep desires of his heart.


    RSVP at this link on Realm, please.


    Please use the link above to let us know you’re attending by livestream (We will be able to update people should there be changes). Here is the livestream link for Dan Davis’ Celebration of Life.


    Please send your responses to this email and we’ll make sure the Davis Family gets them.


    The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in his honor to one of two organizations that he helped to found: Antioch Network or ABBA (Austin Bridge Builder’s Alliance)

  6. Childcare Worker Training on January 3

    Hope Chapel’s childcare workers and Sunday School volunteers are invited to learn tools from Sara Combs, MA, LPC and Cindy Martin, OT about ways to interact with all of our Hope kids in the spirit of TBRI  and relational connection.

    Join us for dinner and great conversation. Register here.

    Contact Mandy or Hala for more details