17 January 2022Boats – The Current Fleet
We have a number of communities that we call 'boats.' Each of these communicate the message and love of Jesus in a particular setting. Here's the current fleet!EXPLORE
23 September 2021Hope Year Plan 2021-2022
As we emerge from the pandemic, 2021-2022 will be a year of building community and pursuing our 4 dreams. This image shows some of our main events for the year.EXPLORE
21 September 2021The Prayer Centre
This guide to the Prayer Centre at Hope Chapel tells the story and vision of the Prayer Centre and how you can be involved.EXPLORE
25 February 2021A Road Map To Recovery: Hearing God’s Voice As We Emerge From Covid-19
As we emerge from the constraints of Covid-19, should we return to life exactly as it was before? These next few months are an opportunity to...EXPLORE
26 November 2020Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls – 7 Tips for Family Church
Seven tips on having family church time in your home with children.EXPLORE
19 March 2020Hope In These Strange Times – Moving Online For A While
These are some of the ways that we will be worshipping together and connecting as a church in these strange times with coronavirus.EXPLORE
4 February 2020Questions for Charlie
Charlie joins Hope as our new Youth Pastor on 23rd February. Our youth put a few questions to him to help us get to know him...EXPLORE
17 January 2022
We have a number of communities that we call 'boats.' Each of these communicate the message and love of Jesus in a particular setting. Here's the current fleet!
Jesus sent His disciples out into the world to share His love and message with others. As followers of Jesus today, we are commissioned to do this too.
Matthew 28: 18 Jesus came and told his disciples, “I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth. 19 Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations,[b] baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. 20 Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
We have a number of communities that we call boats. Each has a particular shared purpose. Here’s the current fleet:
If you would like to be involved in one of these boats or are interested in launching a new one talk to someone involved or contact the office so they can put you in touch.
For some people, their workplace or local community is their place of mission and serving. Where there are a number of people working or serving within the same context it can be helpful to think of these as a boat.
Previous boats that are not currently active include ‘Paths & Pints’ – walking group, ‘Finding Purpose,’ ‘Little Stars’ – parent and toddler group, ‘There’s Always Hope’ – mid week church for the homeless in Easton