We welcome everyone this Sunday as we worship the living God and celebrate together the wonder of our Savior Christ Jesus!
We gather each Sunday morning at 11 am to worship and we’d love to have you join us!

Join in the fun at this outdoor concert with the band Seraph Project.  Seraph Project is a unique Christian folk-funk band creating a blend of many different ethnic musical themes with uplifting and encouraging lyrics everyone can relate to. The music is rhythmic and engaging while being fresh and familiar. Performing together in various acoustic or electric formats.

Before coming to Christ, members of the Seraph Project have performed and recorded with the likes of  Twisted Sister, Pat Boone, and Tito Puente, and created music for radio, TV and film. Much of the original material creates musical sound-scapes in a wide variety of contemporary musical styles while lyric Biblical truths and familiar stories are conveyed both literally and metaphorically.

But with all it’s many assets, it is the Spirit of truth that binds the Seraph Project together and keeps it moving forward.

Seraph Project takes joy in the gift of music and the privilege of sharing it with you.

                                AUGUST 2nd @ 9AM!


Join us at 11am each Sunday morning as we grow in the Lord together.

 We also meet each Wednesday evening for prayer at 7:10

Come and worship at Hope!





Why did Jesus have to die for me?

Listen to a free 7 minute audio by John Piper explaining

10 Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die”

Women’s Bible Study meets the first and third Tuesday of each month from 9 – 10:15am.  You are welcome to join us at any time as we study the book of Philippians…a book that has much to say about finding joy and contentment in the midst of an anxious world.  

Our Bible study has concluded for this year.  It will resume again in the autumn.

“The gospel is not a summons to work harder to reach God; it’s the grand message of how God worked all things together for good to reach us.”

Burk Parsons

Call 973-875-2221
Paulo D. Freire, Pastor