Hope's Sunday Worship
Worship at is 10 am in the Worship Center
Here's what Sunday morning looks like at Hope.
9:00 am is when our SS begins. The coffee is ready.
Nursery is always available.
Sunday School Education Hour
Sunday morning at 9 am resumes September 17th
For adults and children! Nursery always available.
Children start out with worship time then head with teachers to their classrooms. Various adult classes offered to cover a range of interests. All are invited and encouraged to join us. Contact Kathy if you have any questions. email@example.com
HOPE COV Youth Ministry
Wednesday - 7:00pm - 8:30pm in the Youth Room
WHAT TO EXPECT ON NIGHTS WE MEET?
Fellowship. Fun. God. & Growth.
Fun things are in store. Join us and bring your friends. Call 257-4673 or email Rachel for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join us for games, crazy stuff, music and powerful messages about friends, life, your daily walk with God, and other fun stuff planned.
Club 56 ~ 5-6th Graders!
2nd Wed. of each month ~ 6:30-8 pm resumes Oct. 11
Our SuperAwesomeFunClub56 gathers for planned fun night spents doing great things. Stay tuned for our next gathering and mark those calendars! Contact email@example.com
Thursday Women's Bible Study
Thursdays @ 9 am in Room 209 (Family Room)
Our Thursday Morning Women's Bible Study is studying 'Men of the Bible' by Ann Spangler. This wonderful book focuses on fifty-two remarkable men in Scripture-women whose struggles to live with faith and courage are not unlike your own.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Men’s Community Breakfast every 2nd Saturday
Every 2nd Saturday ~ 8-9 am in the Fellowship Hall
Starts at 8am sharp and always ends right at 9.
Good Food- - -Good Fellowship- - -Good Message- - -
Invite a friend, your son, your brother, your father... someone.
6-8 pm every other Sun. night Sept-April
We offer Confirmation class every other Sunday evening thru April. These classes help our youth dig deeper into the foundations of our faith. Each student has a mentor. See Rachel for more details or email email@example.com
Men's Bible Study will resume in September
Wednesdays at 6:30pm in the Family Room
Men- let's gather and get into God's Word. We'll be meeting in the Family Room at Hope each Wednesday.
Bring your bibles and let's dig in to the book of John.
Join us in welcoming new students arriving for the school year. New International Students at Saint Cloud State University arrive for their education and experience of American culture. Come and meet someone new.
Hope will be hosting a variety of events throughout the school year for students. Join us as we get to know more about our International friends and their culture .
Here at Hope every 4th Saturday (serving 11:30-1:00)
Serving our meal from 11:30-1:00pm. This is a wonderful OPPORTUNITY to reach out to our community with the love of Christ! This is not only an opportunity to SERVE OTHERS, but it's a great time of FUN and FELLOWSHIP between fellow Christians and with those who are still waiting to experience Christ's love. We are called for "such a time as this." Pam speaks from experience when she says, "YOU are the one who will come away BLESSED!"
Open Door Jail/Prison Ministry
Open Door Ministries is in need of bible study leaders, at both Benton County and Strearns County jails. Can you spare a few hours a week to make a difference in someone's life? For more information, call Darrell A. 320-828-2866.
Heidi & Konroy Boeckel ministry in Cameroon, Africa
Click here to visit their web page to find more info on Cameroon
Our very own Konroy & Heidi Boeckel, have returned as Covenant missionaries to Cameroon, Africa, in 2015. They've shared what God is doing through videos, pictures, stories, Cameroonian dresses, and more. Click on their website on the above link, then click on their blog for more up to date happenings in their lives and to know what to pray for for their time in Camaroon serving God and His people.
Konroy & Heidi were missionaries with the Evangelical Covenant Church in Cameroon, Africa, from July 2010 to June 2012.
"Even though we were greatly enjoying the perks of living in America, we keep feeling pulled back to Cameroon. It took us the entire first year in Cameroon to feel like we understood how to live and work in the country, so it felt like we were just getting started when it was time to leave." --Konroy & Heidi Boeckel