About Us

About Us


Welcome to Christ Our Hope. We’re glad you’re interested in learning more about our church. It is our joy to participate in God’s kingdom work of announcing the Good News of Jesus Christ to Wake Forest, alongside other faithful churches in our city.

Christ Our Hope is not just the name of our church, it is a reminder of our core conviction. In all of life’s joys and sorrows, the God of Truth gives us great reason for hope. We believe that there is power in Jesus’ grace to bring about renewal in our individual lives, our church, and our world. Each week we gather to be transformed by God’s Word – to be reminded that the Gospel has delivered us out of our sins and into the redeemed family of God. Just as importantly, we are sent out each week as a transforming community, using every circumstance in our lives as an opportunity to glorify God and announce His kingdom to a broken world.

We summarize these key ideals in a simple motto: Transformed Lives, Transforming Community. We hope you join us and consider making us your church family. We’re not perfect, but fortunately we’ve been saved by the One who is.

“And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us. You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly.” (Rom 5.5-6).

scott_250Scott Cook, Senior Pastor

Pastor Scott Cook and his wife, Karen, were married in 1995. They have 3 children – Kayla, Nicole, and Colin. After playing professional soccer for seven years, Scott sensed a strong calling into the ministry. In the year 2000, Scott graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC, with a Masters of Divinity and was ordained as a PCA minister in 2001.  He is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Ministry from Covenant Theological Seminary.  His special ministry interests include the gospel, the condition of the human heart, church planting, and culture. With 3 kids and a growing church, Scott says he’s never bored. He is a huge Washington Redskins fan and realizes that is a risky thing to admit.



tim_250Timothy M. Sharpe, Assistant Pastor

Originally from the Northern Virginia suburbs of DC, Tim Sharpe serves as the Director of Worship and Family Ministries at Christ Our Hope. Tim studied music at James Madison University, and graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando with Masters degrees in Counseling and Divinity. He is excited to serve the body, helping each member to live for God’s glory in all things. Tim is also an active reader, runner, and pop culture scholar.