Tavern Talk a neutral space to invite your friends, neighbors, and coworkers to discuss the big questions of life and consider Christianity’s responses to them. Join us Tuesday, February 27th at 7 p.m. for Tavern Talk at Cambridge Common Restaurant. We will discuss the topic of morality. Bring a friend and join us! Email John for more info.
You’re invited to brunch on Saturday March 3rd at 10 a.m. to hear about a new partnership that Hope is beginning with other local churches to better serve our neighbors and city. Come hear more about what City Serve is, what we've done, what we plan to do and ways you can start getting involved. 212 Elm St, 4th floor, Somerville, MA in Davis Square (Citizen's Bank building). Email John Sullivan for more information.
Hope Fellowship Church is hosting a preaching conference through the Charles Simeon Trust—an organization dedicated to "promoting the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world by training the next generation of Bible expositors"—for three days this March. To register, or for more information about the conference, please click here. Promotional material for the event can be viewed here.
Mark your calendars for February 9-10th for our annual Women's Conference, Fearless: Journeying Together from Fear to Faith, featuring special guest speaker and author Trillia Newbell. The early bird cost before February 1st is $20 and $30 thereafter. Click here to register.
There are a tremendous number of competing voices in our culture about where to find direction in life. This broader confusion can influence the way that Christians understand God's direction for their lives in particular. Come out on Saturday, February 3rd at 10 a.m. as Curtis Cook leads a two hour seminar exploring questions of what God's guidance for Christians is, how we rightly understand God's guidance, and how we appropriate and follow God's guidance in our lives.
The next installment of The Art of Hope will be Friday, January 26th at 6:30 p.m. at Hope Fellowship. Join us as artists in our community explore the theme of redemption. Submissions for creative pieces and performances are due by January 15th. Click here to inquire about submitting work or performing.
Mark your calendars for Friday, December 15, at 6:30 p.m. as we head out to the neighborhoods near the church to sing door-to-door. Afterwards, we will meet at the church for holiday refreshments! No prior (musical) experience required. Friends are welcome too - spread the word and invite others! Email Charoma for more info.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with us on Friday, November 17th at 6:30 p.m. We will share a traditional meal together, sing, and consider what we can be thankful for!
It also takes a team to facilitate this great event each year. If you are interested in helping with the team, 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 10th at 7:00 p.m.
For more information email John Sullivan.
Children ages 3 through 8th Grade are invited to join us for an awesome week of Starveying fun at Hope Fellowship’s FREE Adventure Week event, July 17-21st. We will be discovering the invisible and learning more about God, his world, and ourselves through music, games, crafts, recreation, and more! To register your child(ren) visit hopeaw.com
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On June 24 we will host our annual Party in the Park. Please mark your calendars to attend! If you are interested in volunteering, we need people to help serve food, play games, do face painting, and even just attend as a family and connect with guests who join us. If you would like to volunteer or be a part of the planning for this event, please email John Josti.