Join us for our next Membership Matters Class Saturday, March 23 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. We will explore the biblical reasons for joining a church, what our church believes, how we function, and other pertinent subjects related to membership. Breakfast is provided. Childcare is available upon request. This session is largely informational. There is no obligation to join the church after attending.
Women’s Retreat 2019: Transforming Hearts and Minds in Philippians. The event will be held at Hope Fellowship Church on April 5-6 and will include large group teaching, small groups, singing, a panel discussion and fun games. It will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Friday and end 3 p.m. on Saturday. The cost is $15. Click here to register.
Additionally, we looking for several volunteers (men and women) to help serve lunch for a couple hours on Saturday. If you are available to serve this way, please email Zach Barton.
Join us on Thursday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m. as we celebrate Maundy Thursday. 'Maundy' is a word that derives from the latin word mandatum, (meaning 'mandate' or 'commandment') referring to the 'new commandment' that Jesus gave his disciples as they celebrated the Last Supper together (John 13:34). We'll gather to celebrate the Lord's Supper, sing, and reflect on this momentous event in the life of Jesus before his death. Afterwards, we'll share a meal together. If you plan to attend the community meal, please contact Zach Barton, so that we can plan accordingly.
Childcare is not provided. The City of Cambridge has given permission to park on Beech St. (From Elm St. to Mass Ave) and Orchard St (From Russel St. to Davenport St.)
Good Friday is an old way of saying 'God's Friday,' the day of Jesus' death on the cross. During this meditative worship service on Friday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m. we will remember and reflect on the crucifixion through the Scriptures which detail the last events of Jesus' life, prayer, singing, and a brief homily.
Childcare is not provided. The City of Cambridge has given permission to park on Beech St. (From Elm St. to Mass Ave) and Orchard St. (From Russel St. to Davenport St.)
Come out to our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20 at 11 a.m. at Raymond Park in Cambridge. This is a great way to meet and befriend our neighbors in Cambridge. The City of Cambridge has given us permission to park for free around the perimeter of the park during the event. The Easter Egg Hunt will start promptly at 11 a.m. and the eggs are collected quickly. Don't be late!
Hope Fellowship Church is hosting a preaching conference through the Charles Simeon Trust for three days this February. We are looking for several volunteers to help with food service around lunch time Wednesday, February 27 through Friday, March 1. To volunteer, please email Jeff King.
Need a night to relax and fellowship with other women? Join the women of HFC for a fun evening of painting (with instruction), great food and the chance to hear the testimony of one of the women in our church. This is a great event to invite a friend. Cost: $10. Click here to register.
Join us for our annual Christmas Tree Giveaway on Saturday, December 1, from 9 a.m. to noon here at the church building. Bring your family for crafts, snacks, and a petting zoo! Register here to receive your free Christmas tree.
On Monday November 19 at 7 p.m. we invite you to hear author and pastor Sam Allberry, one of the keynote speakers featured in the LivingOut LOCAL course. Join us for a special gathering as we explore a biblical view of sexuality. Let us know you plan to attend by registering here.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with us on Friday, November 16th at 6:30 p.m. We will share a traditional meal, sing, and give thanks together! It takes a team to facilitate this great event each year. If you are interested in coming or helping, please sign up here: tinyurl.com/hopeturkey. Questions? email John.
Men from Hope are invited to gather with us at Mark Stump’s house to grill hot dogs, s’mores, and hear about God’s faithfulness in the lives of other men from our church. Mark your calendars for Friday, November 9th at 7:00 p.m.
Sign up here: tinyurl.com/hopefire
For more information email John Sullivan.
We will be having our next Parent/Child Dedication on Sunday, October 14th. During this time we as a congregation pray for parents and their children. The parents and church take vows in what we commit to do in the lives of our children. If you are interested in participating, email Zach Barton.
On Sunday September 30th at our 5 p.m. service we conclude a four-week sermon series exploring the intersection of faith and politics. Together we will be asking how the Gospel resources God's people to wisely steward their political engagement for the common good and the Kingdom of God.
On Sunday September 23rd at our 5 p.m. service we will continue a four-week sermon series exploring the intersection of faith and politics. Together we will be asking how the Gospel resources God's people to wisely steward their political engagement for the common good and the Kingdom of God.