It is our goal at Community of Hope to serve others and provide a place to connect with other believers while connecting with God. We have many opportunities for adults to come together and connect and to serve our community and world. If you are looking to connect with a group in fellowship and would like to get involved with adult ministry or would like to serve others in our community, we hope you visit our pages about adult classes, men & women’s ministry, worship volunteers, and choir.
“What use is it, my dear family, if someone says they have faith when they don’t have works? Can faith save such a person? Supposing a brother or sister is without clothing, and is short even of daily food, and one of you says to them, ‘Go in peace; be warm, be full!’ – but doesn’t give them what their bodies need – what use is that? In the same way, faith, all by itself and without works, is dead.” James 2:14
We have various community groups that you can get involved with at Community of Hope. They are weekly and bi-monthly gatherings of adults who become friends, support and pray for one another, and go out into the community to serve others. Our community groups follow the same model of our mission statement: To Know Christ’s Love, To Grow in Christ’s Love, and To Go Out with Chris’s Love as we serve others. These groups strive to know the Lord better, grow in fellowship and community through getting to know one another in the group, and then they go out and share the joy, strength, and love of the Lord with others.
Caregiver and Grief Groups are groups that come together to support one another. These groups share the joys and struggles of being primary caregivers and or that of experiencing the loss of a loved one. Sharing is held in strict confidence by all members of the group and leader.
“‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the LORD, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'” Jeremiah 29:11
Prayer is important to us at Community of Hope.
Our Prayer Chain consists of people who have a heart to pray for others. If you would like the prayer team to pray for you, or if you need to meet with a prayer minister, please contact us at email@example.com or call our office at 503.682.8855. Prayer requests are kept in confidence and can be instigated with a call or email to the church, unless you are asking us to share it with the larger prayer community. You can email that team directly by sending your prayer request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to know more?
We would love to have you join our community. For more information about any of our groups contact us at 503.682.8855.