While Hope is engaged in multiple ministries impacting lives throughout the Coachella Valley and beyond, here’s a little about five of our key weekly ministries.
We believe that kids matter so much they deserve a chance to experience the love of Jesus in a way that’s specifically designed for their age. Hope Kids happens every Sunday during both the 9:30 and 11:00 am services. We’re all about using creative, fun, and age-appropriate ways to help them know they are fiercely loved by Jesus.
Gatherings are held at homes and are expressions of what God is doing in the lives of students. We meet together, laugh, connect and unpack our faith. Invite your friends!
Also, serving is a great way for students to feel part of something bigger than themselves. Students can serve any Sunday in our KIDS ministry, Ushers & Greeters, Production, or Band.
To find out where a Gathering is happening in your area or if you’re a student who’s interested in serving use the “CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION.”
Celebrate Recovery is a biblical program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups and habits by discovering the love and healing power of Jesus through the recovery process. We meet EVERY Thursday night at 7:00pm in the Hope Center.
As part of our Celebrate Recovery ministry we have Celebration Place for birth through 5th Grade and The Landing for Middle and High Schools Students. We’re excited that Celebrate Recovery at Hope is for the entire family!
The women of Hope are committed to both growing spiritually and serving others. Ongoing Bible studies specifically for women, along with inspirational gatherings throughout the year, are designed to help us become better followers of Jesus. But we don’t stop with just acquiring more knowledge. When we look at the women of scripture we want to follow their model of both leadership and service by making a difference in the lives of others with multiple service opportunities to those in need throughout our valley.
Let’s be honest, we all know that men often have a hard time building authentic relationships with other men. The men of Hope are committed to breaking that stereotype as we study scripture together, develop a healthy prayer life, spend time hanging out together and serving at the church and in the community. At the end of the day it’s our hope that we’ll have both a stronger connection to both God and our community.