Imagine a ragtag group of people, young and old, who are on a journey with God to get real with others and see the mess they call life as one giant opportunity to experience His love and truth.
Belong. Grow. Go.
Three words that motivate action. Action that flows from the activity of faith and grace in our lives. As we follow Jesus together, we believe this following is strengthened and encouraged through these activities of belonging, growing, and going. It is our hope that we will discover the fullness and wholeness of life through Christ as we seek to belong in community, grow in becoming more like Jesus and then go and proclaim His already not yet kingdom to the world!
LH Kids Faith Factory is here! With an upgraded style and some amazing teachers, our children’s department is a place to help give these kids a memorable experience as they grow in their understanding of who God is.
Every volunteer of Kidz Zone has passed a background check and completed safety training. Throughout Kidz Zone, you will notice that there are security cameras in every room, adding another level of accountability. With our check in and check out procedures, we are confident that children leave only with parents or parent-authorized adults.
Your child will have fun and learn about God in age appropriate classes: 0-2, 3-4, k-5th.
We are in this together!
We believe church should be a place where families grow and connect together in their faith! Because of this, at Living Hope, the kids and adults are learning together!
- Multigen service
- Virtue of the month
- Table talks
- Family service opportunities
Our Ministry Philosophy
We believe our teens have a very important part in God’s mission to change the world! A loving group of adults from Living Hope have committed to pouring out their lives to our teens in order to explore that mission and live life together. Each Sunday night from 6:30-8pm our teens and adults gather to be Real, Transformed, Connected & Poured Out (and to have fun together!) to explore God’s mission for the world and our teens lives.
To learn more about our teen ministry,
email Matt Frye at email@example.com.
It’s the dawning of a new year again. Around and around we go, as one year passes and a new one dawns, we stand once again on the precipice of change and a fresh start. When the clocks strikes midnight, we all celebrate and cheer because the previous year can fade away and we are left gazing out at the possibilities of the new in front of us. With those new possibilities comes a host of emotions, and out of those feelings of anticipation come our resolutions; things we vow not to repeat and things we determine to change about ourselves and our lives. We jump head first into those resolutions, all the while halfway ignoring all the failed ones of the past. What if this cycle is counterproductive? What if resolutions aren’t the answer to a better self, a better year? What if the pathway to the best life is to discover that in this new year, instead of seeking a new me, I would instead seek to fill the moments and minutes with less me. Less focus on self in order to put a renewed focus somewhere else. A monumental epiphany will dawn upon our hearts if we would embrace this simple shift of focus. We would gaze out into the future, and instead of seeing ourselves, we would see Jesus, in all His glory, revealed to reveal the best life of all.
You are invited this Sunday at 10:30am.
Continue the Conversation
Keep the connection going throughout the week with reflections on Sunday’s conversation:
Give during our Sunday morning worship service. Each Sunday, we set aside time to worship through giving with two convenient places to give: in the basket that is passed during the service or in the giving box located next to the Prayer Room in the lobby.
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