Hope Presbyterian Church puts its faith into action in a variety of ways.
Our church lives out its faith and YOU can be a part of these ministries.
These are ongoing, regular ministries of Hope church.
Discover the ways to participate with other church members to reach out and serve,
and be sure to read about the missions we support, at home and across the globe.
Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. Colossians 4:2
To whom much is given, much is required. Luke 12:48
We have been given so much – freedom to study the Word of God, and many of us have health and enjoy a level of prosperity not seen in other parts of the world.
Are we fulfilling our responsibility as good stewards of all that God has given us? It’s very easy to let ourselves be burdened with the cares of this world and worry about money. The remedy for this anxiety is to seek first God’s Kingdom (Matthew 6:33).
Giving to the cause of the gospel is a way to store treasures in heaven that will never fade (Matthew 6:20). There is great reward in investing in the things that have eternal yield. A temporal inheritance can be squandered, but an eternal inheritance is a reward that never goes away.
Scripture commands us not only to love the Lord God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength, but also to love our neighbor as ourselves.
Whatever you do, do it enthusiastically, as something done for the Lord and not for men. Colossians 3:23
There are two great privileges that God has given to His children. The first is salvation, which is the privilege to enter into an intimate and eternal relationship with God, to be unified with Him in love.
The second greatest privilege is to serve God with good works, which He performs through us as we allow Him to do so.
Our prayer should be that the Gospel of Christ will be advanced as we prepare for His imminent return. We want Him to find us alert and working hard to advance His Kingdom when He returns, not lethargic and apathetic.
When we are doing God’s will, God is working through our lives to do His work. After people are exposed to your ministry, are they left thinking more about you... or about Jesus?