living hope kids
Living Hope Kids is for children ages 6 weeks through 5th grade. This group offers a safe place for them to learn and grow in their relationship with Jesus. Our team focus is on teaching children how to be a pillar of light in our community through words and actions and leading by example.
Every thursday at 6:30pm
LHC Youth is all about connection.
We want to connect with each and every student in our community and strive to show the love of God through every event, activity, and action that we do.
We can't wait to meet you!
in person- Thursdays at 6:30pm
Online- Wednesdays at 6:30pm
Join us for Bible training and discipleship designed to help you grow spiritually, personally, and relationally.
At this free workshop people often experience the heart of God as their Heavenly Father, gain freedom to be themselves, experience an abundant life, authentic community, inner healing, or freedom from whatever it is that has them stuck.
thursdays at 10:00 am
Living Hope’s women’s group provides an opportunity for women to build lasting, authentic relationships with one another. Each meeting is generally made up of worship, a DVD teaching from world class speakers, followed by small group discussion. We’re passionate about digging deep in to the life-changing Word of God and we invite you to join us as we sow His Word deep in our hearts!
to stay in the know!
This group provides an opportunity for our more “seasoned” community members (ages 50+) to gather for brunch, worship, support, encouragement, and fellowship. We believe we were never meant to do life alone, so we also support, inform, and encourage each other with retirement, household, and outreach needs as well.
Living Hope Church is situated in an area with great need. Many in our local community are living in poverty or homelessness, with no guarantee of food or shelter on any given day. We recognize that we can’t do everything to fix the problem, but we have to do something to help!
Our Live Love Center is open to those in need three times a week to provide meals and a place to hang out for awhile. It’s a place to make a connection and be welcomed, a place where people aren’t judged for their circumstances but are accepted because Christ first accepted us.
In the winter during extreme weather, we often open as an overflow overnight warming center, serving hot meals and providing cold weather items such as sleeping bags, tarps, warm coats, socks, and gloves.