Below are the upcoming events on the Hope Community Church calendar. There are a mixture of men’s, women’s and church wide events that offer a great way to connect and build relationships. If you are looking for other opportunities to get more connected in the Hope community, check out our community groups page.
Men’s SouthPark Lunch
Wednesday, August 22 | 12 – 1:15pm
Guys, if you work in the SouthPark area, come and join us Wednesday 8/22 at Midwood Smokehouse in the Park Road Shopping Center from 12:00-1:15 PM for our Men’s SouthPark Lunch. This will be a great time to hang out and connect with other men who work in the area. It’s also a great chance to invite your co-workers into our community. Registration is $12 and will cover your meal. Register by Tuesday 8/21. If you have questions contact Aaron Ingle.
Sunday, August 26 | 10:15am
Join us between services at both sites on Sunday, August 26th for coffee and donuts to learn more about community groups for the Fall, and how you can get plugged in at Hope. This will also be our move-up Sunday for our kids.
Gather. Feast. Connect.
Wednesday, September 5
A quarterly dinner for the women of Hope. Mark your calendar because Wednesday, September 5th is our next dinner together! When you register, you will be randomly placed with a group of 8-10 women, hosted by Hope attendee. Your host will provide the main course and the guests will bring a side item, dessert or drinks. This is a great way to meet other women that attend the same Hope site as you.
Men’s Seminar on Gospel Friendship
Part II: Redemptive Conversations
Thursday, September 13 | 7 – 9pm
Guys, make plans to join us for our next seminar on gospel friendship as we take the next steps and explore what it looks like to have deeper, heart level conversations with our friends.
Location: Hope South End (3021 Griffith Street)
Cost: $10 (dinner provided)
Speaker: Roger Edwards (Barnabas Center)
Saturday, September 15 | 10am – 4pm
Join us as the women of Hope take over Carrigan Farms! Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 15th, from 10am – 4pm as we spend the day at the rock quarry at Carrigan Farms in Mooresville, NC enjoying some fun in the sun. The $30 registration fee ($50 for families – if you’d like to bring your daughter 12 years or older) includes a catered lunch with drinks, recreational activities, and private use of the facility! This is a great way to connect with other ladies at Hope! Register on our website. Questions? Contact Alex Whitaker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weekday Women’s Bible Study
Wednesday, September 26 | 10:30am – 12pm
If you are free on Wednesday mornings this fall, please join us for Bible Study! We are going to be reading None Like Him: 10 Ways God is Different From Us (and Why That’s a Good Thing). This book by Jen Wilkin seeks to help us further understand the heart of our Father, and the implications of that for us as His beloved daughters. We will begin on Sept 26th, and will meet in the Fellowship Hall at OP from 10:30-12. Please register at the link below, and let us know if you need childcare. We will provide for kids 5 and under. Please contact Stephanie Ham with questions.
2018 Women’s Retreat
Friday, October 12 – Sunday, October 14
Join us on October 12-14 in Montreat, NC for our annual women’s retreat. Invite your friends, neighbors, and co-workers to come as well. If you haven’t been on a Hope Women’s Retreat, this is the year. On our retreats, we strive for heart-provoking teaching, intentional time with Jesus, and free time to build community with other women. Our speaker this year will be Jess Connolly, author of Wild and Free, and Dance, Stand, Run. She loves the scriptures, and is going to speak to us around the topic of living out the gospel of grace, and also the holiness we are called to, and set free for.If you have questions, please contact Alex Whitaker.
We offer two housing options: The Assembly Inn is in a nicer, hotel setting and will be more expensive. The second option is the lodges (standard housing). This is a more economical choice and will be like staying in a dorm – with your own bathroom.
The cost of the retreat is $135 (standard housing) and $200 (Assembly Inn). You can get an early registration discount of $25 if you sign up by September 15th!