We should meet!
At HOPE visitors are always expected and all people are welcome.
Give HOPE a try by attending a service at one of our campuses.
We would love to help you get connected. Find a unique place to volunteer, engage your family in our thriving kids and students programs, and grow in your faith. If you’re facing a difficult season, HOPE Church is a safe place to get practical help.
What is Sunday morning like?
Our worship style is authentic, engaging and relaxed. Expect to feel comfortable. All of our Sunday services include a time of worship and a relevant message grounded in Scripture.
Will I be asked to give money?
As a visitor, we don’t ask that you give. As regular attenders, we have the privilege of partnering with God's work in the world by using our gifts and resources through the local church.
What should I wear?
We are a "come as you are" congregation, which means there is no need to dress up unless it makes you feel more comfortable.
What about my kids?
Sundays at HOPE include the whole family. Starting with the really little ones, we have a great nursery staffed by screened volunteers who will care for your babies and little guys while you worship.
At our Voorhees campus we have a Family Room in the back of our worship space where you and your small ones can listen in and hear the message without having to worry about distracting others. Older children at all campuses have the option of both a small group gathering and large group worship with kids their own age in our children’s wing. The staff and volunteers create fun and interactive activities, songs and biblically based lessons that kids are sure to enjoy.
Kidz Can Connect – We have a wonderful group at both our locations of specially trained volunteers who are one-on-one buddies to children with special needs. Our Sunday school classes are completely inclusive and we have a system in place where we can text a parent’s cell phone if they are needed. Buddies help their charges enjoy the Sunday experiences along with their typically developing peers while being sensitive to each child’s varied and specified needs.