Wednesday nights @ HOPE
(September through early May only)
Dinner-Each week we will have dinner at 5:30 and activities for all ages at 6:30. The dinner is an amazing meal and the cost is only $3 for adults, $2 for kids and a max of $10 for family.
Choir - Practice is at 7:30 on Wednesday nights at church.
For the Kids- There is a diverse evening of lessons, games, activities and a time in the sanctuary with the Pastor to explore in a little more depth what we do in worship and why we do it. The lesson curriculum is called, DiscipleTown. It uses a creative and adaptable town theme to teach practical "Disciple Skills." (How to Worship God, How to Use my Bible, How to Pray, etc). It is published by the creators of DiscipleLand and recommended by the EPC, the most comprehensive children's Bible curriculum on the market. Disciple Skills are practical skills that every follower of Jesus Christ must develop in order to grow and live victoriously.
For the Youth- The Middle School class will continue exploring Talk Sheets -conversation topics like "Communicating with and hearing back from God," "Choosing to follow God rather than the crowd no matter what kind of peer pressure you might face," and "Being committed to intentional prayer."
The High School class will begin a new study, Can I Ask That?: 8 Hard Questions about God and Faith.
For Adults- There are several great class options for Wednesday Nights 6:30PM
Sermon Notes. / Library -Discussion on the previous week’s sermon - Jack Clevenger / firstname.lastname@example.org
Tactics / Heidelberg Room - Personal evangelism and outreach -Stan Huie / email@example.com
Prayer Group / Knox Room - Barbara Franklin / firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginnings Study (Women’s Class) / Calvin Room - Study of Genesis Debbie Kindig / email@example.com
Real Life Foundations (Men’s Study) / Pastor’s Office - Discipleship resource -Sam McDonald /firstname.lastname@example.org
Hebrews (Women’s Study*) / Upper Room - Julie Henderson / email@example.com