Welcome to Hope Community Church! Here's what you can expect when you visit...

Dress casually. Grab a muffin and cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate at the coffee bar. Meet some friendly folks and find a comfortable seat. The atmosphere at Hope is warm and inviting. The music is contemporary and the message is relevant to where all live today. You will find nursery care downstairs for infants through 3 years old. We're pleased to announce that we plan to begin offering kids' church after the first of the year. Our hope for you is that when you leave on Sunday morning, you will have connected with God and met some friendly people. We want you to be a part of Hope Community Church!

Welcome to HCC

Casual atmosphere. Serious faith. This describes the experience of being at Hope – whether enjoying our café area or visiting with friendly people who enjoy meeting together to share in their spiritual journeys. Hope Community Church has a God-given desire to meet people right where they are with the good news that Jesus offers to […]

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We are a growing church looking for someone to work part-time who will oversee and develop our children’s ministry (KidZone) on Sunday mornings. This begins with a small stipend of $50 per week and will require a maximum time of 2 hours. The job and pay will grow commensurate with the growth of our children’s ministry. […]

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Criticism, America’s New Favorite Pastime by Marcus Hanson It seems that with every new technology of communication we create, there comes with it a surge of griping, complaining and criticism. From the printing press, to the CB radio, to the internet, if it allows our voice to be heard, somebody uses it to tear down […]

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Uncomplicating Christmas

“In Him was life, and that life was the light of men.” (John 1:4) If we were to strip away every last bit of the traditions we associate with Christmas–all the decorations, the music, family get-togethers, laughing children, food, gifts–would we still view Christmas as “the most wonderful time of the year?” If it were a day and a […]

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