Welcome to Hope Baptist Church!

Our desire at Hope Baptist is to…

introduce the people of our community and encourage them in a continuing relationship with God through his Son, Jesus Christ.
The Bible is God’s revelation to mankind of how this relationship is established and maintained, so we integrate the Word of God heavily into everything that we do here at Hope. Our church is made up of “Friends Seeking God Together.” We invite you to become our friend and join us in our pursuit of the One who promises us that “He will be found.”

News from Hope

Upcoming Events:
Sunday, 10/1:  Audio/Video Team Meeting and Ladies Book Meeting at lunch.
Sunday, 10/8:  Finance Committee Meeting at lunch.
Sunday, 10/29:  Fun in the Field at 5:00 p.m. instead of 3:00 p.m. service.

Saturday, 11/18:  Adults Meeting 9:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, 11/21:  Annual Praise Service at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, 11/22:  NO SERVICE OR CLUBS
Sunday, 11/26:  No p.m. service today

Sunday, 12/3:  Christmas Caroling at 3:00 p.m.
Sunday, 12/17:  No Sunday School today.  Christmas Program at 10:00 a.m.
Christmas Fellowship following Program.  No p.m. service today.
Sunday, 12/24:  No p.m. service today.
Sunday, 12/31:  No p.m. service today.

This Week's Bulletin

Current Bible Memory Verses:

Bible Books:  Genesis-Esther (Due Sunday, 10/1)

Parking Lot Repaving Project:

Needed:  $60,000.00       Given:  $3,174.18

A Message from the Pastor:

“Jesus told us: “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” (John 13:35)  Love, poured out on us by the Holy Spirit, is what makes Hope work. We are not trying to be the “cool” church, the “intellectually stimulating” church, or any other kind of church contrived by human wisdom. Our motto, “Friends Seeking God Together,” is not simply a catchy phrase. It’s us. We want to be a community of friends where God demonstrates His wisdom by the power of the Holy Spirit every time that we meet together. If your heart burns for this kind of place, come see if I am telling the truth or just giving you another church sales pitch. Jesus lives at Hope.”