“A Place to Belong”
Uplifting worship, fellowship, prayer and a message from the Word of God with tools to live this Christian life and walk in the freedom that Christ has given us all. Every Sunday at 10 AM! 211 Montowese Ave North Haven CT 06473
(203) 234-7328 – click on the “New to Hope” tab for more information and directions.
Missed Sunday’s service, click link for a recent bulletin:
- Sunday Bulletin April 28, 2013
Welcome to Hope Christian Church. Whether you’re looking at us for the first time or you’re a regular attender, we want this site to bring you up to speed on what’s happening at Hope. Trust me, there’s always a lot going on. We are a vibrant, relevant church along the beautiful shoreline of Connecticut, just 10 miles north of New Haven. We are trying to do church with excellence, where authentic Christianity can be seen. Explore our site and feel free to ask some questions. If you live close enough, stop by some Sunday morning. Come experience the presence of God!
Down load the bible with a reading plan directly to your phone – click here to down load
Dream Center Missions Trip September 16-22, 2013
Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry with over 27 million people held in bondage across the world . Not only happening worldwide, but in the USA with Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco being identified as primary hotspots for human trafficking activity.
Why We Exist: Our Mission
The Dream Center’s purpose is to reconnect isolated people to God and a community of support by providing human services that address immediate and long-term needs in the areas of homelessness, hunger relief, medical care and education.
What We Do: Our Vision
We are building a community of resilient people whose lives have been redeemed by God’s love. The lives we change are not merely examples of God’s power to restore broken lives. The men, women and families we help also go on to share that love with others, to pass on the hope they have been given, and to make transformation possible for others.
Click on this link for the information packet: Dream Center Mission trip 2013
After praying about this, If you are interested in being a part of this team – contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday Verse by Verse Bible Study – the Book of Ephesians
Spring Bible Class—Verse by verse of the Book of Ephesians
Bring your bible, a notebook and follow along on the journey. Facilitated by Pastor Jim. The group meets from 7:00—8:30 PM
zumba spring 2013 Click on link To print flyer and for more information
Spring classes start April 11, 2013
- Every week for 8 weeks
- Last Class – May 30, 2013
- For more information call: Debby @ 203-503-1152
- Or email: email@example.com
Hope Christian Church seeks used books for fundraiser
Want to get rid of your used books? We are raising money through donations of new and used books, CDs, DVDs, records and audio books. We have a drop-off donation container to collect these items from community members who’d like to repurpose their used goods while also helping the church raise money. The group will be paid on an ongoing basis for all items collected in their donation container. The gray book donation container, distinguished by its purple and yellow ‘Got Books?’ signs, is located in the parking lot of the church at 211 Montowese Avenue, North Haven. This program is an ongoing fundraiser and donations can be made by the public at any time. All funds raised through the collection of these donations will benefit www.specialtouch.org. An organization whose goal is to provide disabled individuals around the United States or their families with a summer camp. Your donations help sponsor individuals who would not be able to attend without your help!
For more information contact call (203) 234-7328
About ‘Got Books?’
Got Books is a used book seller and professional fundraiser dedicated to keeping books out of the trash. Got Books raises money for hundreds of local charities and nonprofit groups through their book collection fundraising program. Got Books also serves the local community by collecting used books and media through both their free home pick-up service and their more than 350 book donation bins placed throughout New England.