Hope Community Church is slowly reopening our campuses for in-person gatherings. Everyday, new guidelines and restrictions are given about where, when or how we can meet. It’s hard to keep everything straight, but please know that we’re doing this with caution and safety in mind.

We will do everything in our power to comply with all the mandates without sacrificing our need to gather as a church. One thing we’ve learned through all of this chaos is that God made us to live in community, and we need each other! #HopeTogether

Tickets for in-person services are limited, and the demand for those seats is great. If you have reserved a ticket but are unable to attend, please return your ticket so another will be able to attend in your place.

KidCity, our ministry for birth through 5th grade, is open for all Kindergarten – 5th grade students  and our Middle School Ministry is currently open. Again, space is limited, so be sure to register your student when you get your in-person service ticket below! Have questions? See our Family Ministry FAQs.

Family Ministry FAQs

Please note that we are releasing tickets on a week-to-week basis to ensure the safety of everyone present at our campuses. You will need to get tickets for your child for KidCity when getting your own ticket. Again, space is limited and if you aren’t able to get tickets this week, we hope you’ll join us in-person next week!

Online weekend content and resources for kids and students

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Remember gethope.tv will still be available for those who don’t feel comfortable with gathering in person.

When you enter and exit the building, just pretend you are at the grocery store and leave six feet around you and anyone not in your family. Keep your eyes open for the signs designating entering and exiting. Follow directional dots on the floor, and wait for the Ushers to help you find seats. We are following the Governor’s mandate to wear masks while out in public. Our volunteers and staff will be wearing masks, and we will have them at the front doors in case your forget yours.


Here at Hope, we are family, and family always puts each other first. Just remember, God is the head of our family. He is in control, and we need to seek His protection and guidance through this time. If we put our trust in Him, we will get through this together.

For more resources on what the CDC recommends and what government guidelines are, see below.