Find out more about Hope and what we're all about.
"What kind of music do you do?"
Our music is much like you'd hear on K-LOVE or AIR 1 radio stations. We believe that music should be fresh and heart-felt, not distant from our daily life in our current culture.
"What does non-denominational mean?"
Non-denominational simply means we are under no denominational system. We are governed by God's Word (the Bible) and the Spirit of Christ . We have no head but Christ. In that vein, we have local elders and a leadership team to guide the church.
"Can anyone visit your church?"
Yes, absolutely anyone and everyone is welcome to visit. We are a very open-armed body of believers that believe nothing should hinder anyone to check out the great things God has for them.
"What kind of environment can I expect when I visit?"
The environment at Hope is very relaxed, and very non-traditional. We purposefully leave out traditions in order to more closely be the kind of church Christ intended us to be. Our desire is to be a place where people can link to their awesome Creator and other friends who seek to do the same. Though some people dress up, most of us just come as we are. We are very informal. We serve Starbucks coffee and teas, and you are welcome to take them into the service with you. We have non-traditional seating with comfortable chairs, tables and couches.
"I see you have the Kids' Adventure children's program. Is it o.k. for my children to attend the adult service with me?"
Yes, our church is completely family friendly. We often have children in our services and completely understand when a child becomes distracting and needs to be taken out. Our desire is for everyone who comes to Hope to feel completely free to make those parental choices themselves.
"How about my teenager? Is there a program for them on Sunday mornings?"
Yes, during the 9:45 service, kids in middle school and high school meet upstairs in the two-story building for their own Crosswalk worship time.
"If I wanted to get involved in your church, what would that look like?"
We have many small groups that meet during the week. There are also many ministry teams that work together to provide needed functions. It is so important that we work together, encouraging "one another on toward love and good deeds." (Hebrews 10:24)