Over the course of King David's long, crazy life, he made plenty of mistakes - many of which ended in disaster. But by the end of this life, he finally learned to trust God, no matter what the circumstances.
Want to help the Triangle this holiday season, but don’t know how? Contribute to our annual Thanksgiving Food Drive! We’re collecting donations from Nov. 2—Nov. 17, at all of our campuses, right before the holidays kick off.
If you’re new to the Christian faith, just checking it out, or coming back to the church after some time away, Starting Point is a great place to begin or restart. It’s an ideal environment to explore questions and doubts, especially those you thought you were supposed to “just know” or never felt comfortable asking. Maybe now is the time for you to address some of your unanswered questions about faith.
How much growth, connection and guidance can you pack into 24-hours? Join the High School Ministry at 7:00 p.m. on Dec. 6 for HSM24 and find out!
Join us for a time of games, teaching and small group breakouts at High School Hangouts between services on Sundays! High School Hangouts provide students, no matter where they are in their spiritual journey, with the opportunity to explore questions of faith with one another and adult leaders.
Have questions about Hope Community Church, its mission, vision or how to get involved? Then Discovery is for you. It's the place to ask questions and learn all about Hope. Class duration is two complete service times, taking the place of the service you normally attend. It's offered monthly, and our next class is Nov. 9 or 10, depending on your campus.
What’s a Squad? We’re glad you asked! Simply put, a Squad consists of middle school students, grouped by geographical area. They live, play and go to school together.
Is your family impacted by special needs and feel it’s sometimes challenging to take a night off ? We have great news! Hope is hosting a Parents' Night Out at our Raleigh campus on Sept. 27, at our Apex campus on Oct. 25 and at our Morrisville campus on Nov. 15 (from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m). It’s an opportunity for you hit the town and take a break while your children are being loved on by our trained volunteers and staff! Dinner and drinks provided. $6 per child.
Our local coffee shop, Common Grounds, serves hand-crafted drinks, freshly brewed sweetened and unsweetened tea, along with homemade baked goods, health drinks, bagels, juices and more.