Welcome to Christ Our Hope. We’re glad you’re interested in visiting our church. You’ll find that we seek to bring glory to God and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in all that we do. 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.
- 9:15am Children’s Sunday School
- 9:20am Adult Bible Studies
- 10:30am Worship Service
When you enter through the main church doors you will be greeted by volunteers who can point you in all the right directions. In case someone is not there to greet you, click on the facility map on the left side. This map shows you where to drop off your children and where the worship center is located.
There’s plenty of available parking at the church facility. Just look for the signs for the church and find a spot.
During our 10:30 worship service, children care is available for newborns up to 3 years old. Refer to the church map or a greeter for the check in location. During the service children are welcome to sing along and listen to the sermon. During the sermon Kids Quest is open for children ages 3 – 5. Kids Quest participants are usually dismissed just before the sermon.
What To Wear and Expect
Come as you are. We are a pretty casual church. You’ll see people in jeans, shorts and occasionally ties. But you will certainly feel welcomed by church members who can answer any questions you may have.
What We Believe
We like to identify ourselves as a new church with ancient faith. But, what exactly do we mean by that?
Although we are a relatively “new” church (planted in 2001), we are not new in our beliefs. We are in the stream of the historic Christian church from centuries past and hold to all the vintage creeds of the universal church (e.g. Apostles’ Creed, Nicene Creed).
We are committed to the system of doctrine summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith along with the Shorter and Larger Catechisms (est.1648). We readily acknowledge the wider family of God and appreciate the work of God’s Spirit in traditions other than our own. While we gladly stand unified with other Christ-worshiping and gospel-believing (evangelical) churches, we are not fundamentalist (truth-without-grace) nor liberal (grace-without-truth).