Graduate and Undergraduate Student Ministry
Where students meet and consider how the gospel impacts their life inside and outside of church.
We do this through:
- Sunday Meals: Free meals immediately after the second service. We enjoy a meal for about 30 minutes and then discuss a topic for about 30 minutes. Meals finish around 2pm.
- Outside Gatherings: We have occasional opportunities to meet and/or serve with each other.
Throughout the week, small men's groups meet across the city to encourage each other in the Christian life and commitments. Many of these groups pray together, study and memorize scripture together. There are also special events where men meet together and discuss spiritual issues and enjoy a time of fellowship.
Men's Accountability Groups
Are you interested in meeting on a regular basis with a small cluster of men for prayer, accountability and encouragement? At Hope, we call these accountability groups "triads". For more information contact Curtis Cook.
Our next course will take place this spring.
Christianity Explored is an informal 7-week course for people who'd like to investigate Christianity, or just brush up on the basics. Looking at Mark's gospel, it explores who Jesus is, why he came, and what it means to follow him.
You won't be asked to pray, sing or read aloud, and you can ask any questions you like. Or, if you prefer, you can just come along and listen. Christianity Explored has been around for over a decade now, and it's been designed to suit different age ranges and people. Christianity Explored is primarily for anyone who wants to investigate Christianity informally with a group of other people. Whether you have previous experience of Church, Christians and the Bible, or none at all, this course is for you. The class will meet at our church facility and everyone is welcome - from the most sympathetic Sunday schooler to the convinced atheist.
For more information, please contact Curtis Cook.
The Hope Fellowship English Program shares Christ’s love with international people by offering them educational, social and spiritual opportunities.
The English Program helps our city's international residents by offering quality, affordable English language classes taught by loving instructors. We also offer weekly Bible studies created specifically for international learners and regular social & educational events.
Volunteer with the ESL Program
Hope's ESL Ministry will start its next semester in October. We are in need of volunteers to help with hospitality or co-teach classes. No requirements needed to be involved, just a willingness to serve internationals and availability on Tuesday nights.
For more information about the English Program, please contact John Josti.
Chinese Student Fellowship
Boston Chinese Christian Student Fellowship Network (BCCSFN)
Every third Saturday of the month, Hope Fellowship Church will host a monthly fellowship meeting to share the Gospel with students from China. This fellowship will include a time of looking at the Word and presenting the Gospel as well as building friendships and relationships with one another. The meetings will last from 4-7pm with a sermon in English (with a translation into Mandarin) followed by small group discussions and an early dinner.
For more information, please contact Gary.