Groups . . . connecting more

Groups at HOPE are your opportunity to connect more with God and one another. See our current opportunities below and jump in! You can also visit other pages if you'd like to know more about other ways to connect:  HOPE MembershipWomen, HOPE Volunteering,  or Family Connecting Events and Groups

 Hope University - GeneralHOPE U meets 9:00-9:50 AM in HOPE's lower level Fellowship Hall for three seasons and is for greater connection with others learning and applying the Bible. If you're looking for your next step beyond attending worship services, HOPE U is what we recommend! HOPE U is a weekly environment for anyone to easily click-in and learn through discussing and exploring practical, everyday truths of God's Word to our hearts and lives.  HOPE U is for teenagers through adults to attend, with childcare available for younger ages. Recommended resources are available at HOPE U or by emailing us in advance. Anyone can attend any week in any semester. Sign up today!

HOPE U schedule: 

HOPE U Is currently on summer break and will resume in the fall of 2017.

   HOPE Grow Groups-GeneralMixed Adult Small Group (max 18 per group) // Various Leaders

A 'next level' beyond the HOPE U environment, Grow Groups are where relationships are strengthened in longer-term small groups. Grow Groups are Elder-led, home-based, and meet on various nights & locations throughout the week. Each Grow Group is geared to build spiritual community and to catalyze spiritual growth and movement in us as followers of Jesus. Grow Groups are all about cultivating deeper faith in Jesus and pursuing life-change together in Him. To find out more about joining a Grow Group, please email Wendy Kaiser. We'd like to personally help you with the latest details on group openings, help remove any obstacles,  and assist you in the best way possible. On that note, we also provide some reimbursement for childcare you might need in order to be part of a Grow Group.

Grow Groups are currently on summer break and will resume in the fall of 2017.