“Worship does not satisfy our hunger for God; it whets our appetite. Our need for God is not taken care of by engaging in worship – it deepens.”
– Eugene Peterson
When we gather on Sundays, we join as a diverse group– some are exploring Christianity, others are committed followers of Jesus, and still others are seeking to recover a sense of connection they had to God in the past. Wherever you are on the journey, Hope Chapel welcomes you.
The style of our worship services could be described as informal and eclectic. We seek to incorporate a wide range of musical styles and instruments. Our liturgy includes prayers and readings from Scripture and a wide range of cultures and times. Our preaching team teaches reformed, Biblical, and gospel-centered sermons in a conversational style. Communion is part of our service each week as we experience the gospel in a “taste and see” sort of way.
Many of us have significant “church baggage” and a Christian worship service can sometimes surface many questions and wounds related to religion. You should always feel the freedom to participate actively in our worship or to just listen and observe at your discretion. We desire Hope Chapel to be a safe place for you to come and investigate the historic Christian faith.
Children are important to us at Hope Chapel. We currently provide nursery for ages 0-24 months and a preschool ministry for ages 2-4 years. There is also a children’s program for ages K-5. When you arrive on Sunday morning, there will be a volunteer available to help direct you to the children’s area.