Hope Community Church is slowly reopening our campuses for in-person gatherings. We’re doing this with caution and safety in mind, but we’re so excited to try and get back to some normalcy! #HopeTogether

Everyday, the news about where we can meet, how many can meet or when we can meet changes! It’s hard to keep everything straight and to keep everyone’s opinions in mind as we move forward as a church. That being said, we would really love to have your thoughts about Hope’s reopening plans!

Please take a moment and fill out this survey, so we can see how you feel about KidCity, volunteers and other services reopening and being staffed. Because we’re in this together, we need to communicate as best we can. We appreciate you taking the time to talk to us. Thank you!

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Tickets for in-person services are limited due to Covid-19 regulations. For this reason, the number of seats available is restricted 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.

There will be no KidCity (our ministry for birth through 5th grade) environments during these services but we will be reopening KidCity in January. The Middle School environment is open. Be sure to register your student when you get your in-person service ticket below!

Sunday, 11:15 AM

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Sunday, 9:30 + 11:15 am

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Sunday, 11:15 AM

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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.