Thanks for taking time to check us out.
Living Hope is a small community of diverse, Christ-centered, family friendly people. We don’t claim to have it all together as a church, but we do endeavor to be honest about our love for God and our desire for people to connect with Him. Please consider this an invitation to explore your journey with God at Living Hope.
Plan Your Visit
We understand that visiting a church for the first time can be an awkward experience. Sunday at Living Hope is like a big family get-together. Some people like to get dressed up; some prefer to keep it casual. Some are more expressive in their worship; others more contemplative. So, come just as you are.
When you are here, you’re family.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below we hope to provide answers to a few questions, so that your visit with us will be enjoyable.
When should I arrive?
What should I wear?
Is there childcare?
What about older kids during the service?
You will need to pick up your children down at their classroom after the main gathering.
Children’s Church is geared for kids Kindergarten through 5th grade and is optional.
What's our music like?
What else can I expect in the worship service?
- 3-4 songs
- a time of prayer
- we sometimes take a moment to share about missionaries, honor volunteers and hear stories of life change
- an opportunity to give financial support to fund our mission
- we share what’s happening in our community
- a relevant teaching from one of our pastor’s
- and an opportunity to respond
- once a month (1st Sunday) we take communion together (all other Sundays a table is set up to take on your own)
How long should I plan to be there?
Will guests be singled out during the service?
What happens after the service?
Shared Community Meal Each Month (Potluck)
After our service on the first Sunday of each month we have a shared community meal together!
…They shared food with gladness and simplicity. They praised God and demonstrated God’s goodness to everyone.Each family is encouraged to bring something they can share with others. It’s an opportunity to develop relationships and meaningful community with each other over something we all love — food. Bring a main or side dish to share… if you don’t have much or anything to bring, don’t let that stop you from enjoying the meal with us (we share with those in need).
- Acts 2:46-47
Where You Can Find Us
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