Join us this Easter season as we explore the actions and words of Jesus that caused people to be amazed. Throughout His journey, people were continually amazed at what they saw, heard, and experienced firsthand. His words and actions taught them and us today about hope, forgiveness, love, salvation, and many other things. Come be amazed at what Jesus wants to show you.
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Special Events at Hope This Lent & Easter
Starting on Thursday of Holy Week at 9 PM (representing when Jesus prayed in the garden) to Friday at 3 PM (representing when Jesus died on the cross), the church will be praying. Several individuals, groups, or teams will take hour rotations throughout the timeframe. Sign-ups are in the church lobby.
Good Friday Seder
As a Jew, Jesus ate the Passover Meal with His disciples every year. On the night before His crucifiction, He ate His last Passover Meal and gave new meaning to its symbolism. Learn from Rabbi Nathan Joiner as he guides us through this symbolic meal. Separate kids program offered. Sign-ups are required, click here.
Our kids (ages 3 – 5th grade) will present a couple of songs they have been learning for Easter. They will also lead us in some Scripture readings of Palm Sunday. It’s a great time to invite the family and friends. They will present during both services at 9 & 10:30 AM. Bring your kids to Kids Connect a couple weeks before so they can learn too.
What happens AT HOPE CHAPEL DURING EASTER?
We have been learning all about Jesus’ life through our sermon series called “Luke: The Gospel of Amazement”. Yet, each talk stands independent of each other, so join anytime.
At Hope Chapel, you’ll find a relaxed and casual atmosphere with genuinely warm and friendly people. You will not be singled out or asked to do anything. We want you to be yourself and connect with God as we worship together.
Our services are approximately 65 minutes long. Our services begin with a band leading worship while the words are projected on a screen so you can sing along as you feel comfortable to do so. Of course there are the a few short announcements that need to be made. Next follows a message that is relevant to your day-to-day life and is grounded in the truths of the Bible. Many people like to stick around after the service to chat with others, although that may have something to do with the free coffee and refreshments.
Come as you are. We care about you, not your clothes. Some folks “dress up” for church (especially Easter) and many others participate in jeans. It’s all good. Dress as you’d like and come join us.
What about the kids and teens?
During our regular Sunday morning services, our Kids Connect (1 yrs old – 5th graders) is fully staffed and ready for kids church. All of our volunteers are CORI and SORI checked and have been a part of Hope Chapel for at least 6 months. We take security seriously although kids church is far from serious. We have lots of fun. There are teen Bible studies on normal Sunday mornings except on Easter. Kids and teens are always welcomed into the main sanctuary if they would rather worship with you.
If you have babies, they are welcome to join you or there’s a family viewing room for nursing mothers and families to watch the service streamed live.