Growing in Community
One of the 3 ways we want to continually grow is IN.
God didn’t wire us to live this life alone. Jesus and his disciples modeled a way for us to live together that not only benefits the disciple but his or her neighbor as well. Throughout the year you will find multiple opportunities to deepen your faith with the encouragement of others at Hope Community.
Through groups, mentorship, discipleship and ongoing fellowship, we are always walking through rhythms that connect us to one another.
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Local and Global Partnerships
At Hope Community Church we consider ourselves an extension of the community in which we are planted and in service to the world in which we operate. We are deeply committed to serving alongside ministries that are bringing the hope of the Gospel to people, both locally and abroad. It is our honor to work alongside these trusted partners in mission at Hope Community Church.
One of the 3 ways we want to continually grow us OUT.
Throughout the entirety of scripture, it becomes clear that God is a sending God. Our God has a mission for the church which is beautifully described in both Matthew 25 and Matthew 28.
In Matthew 25, Jesus says that when we care for the poor, the sick or the imprisoned we are actually serving Jesus. In Matthew 28, Jesus sends the disciples out to make other disciples through teaching and baptism. Both of these chapters describe the mission that we at Hope Community feel called to participate in, both in Wilmington and globally.
Vigilant Hope is a modern missions organization in Wilmington, NC. They work with the community to educate, equip and empower the body of Christ to reach those in need through the hope of the gospel. Specifically, Vigilant Hope tends to the needs of many individuals experiencing extreme poverty in our city. We are grateful for the work they do and the opportunity to partner with them throughout our city. Learn more.
The Help Hub of Wilmington exists to connect people in need with resources in the community. Centrally located within the Harrelson Center in downtown Wilmington, Help Hub employees and volunteers meet with individuals and families in our community seeking additional resources during a time of need. With access to in house partnerships with a number of Wilmington non-profits, the Help Hub is able to coordinate care quickly and efficiently. The Help Hub is sustained in this front line support to those in crisis through the support of numerous local churches and businesses. Hope Community is proud to share in this work with the Help Hub of Wilmington. Learn more.
Eden Village of Wilmington will be a 31-unit tiny home community specially designed to provide permanent homes for chronically homeless individuals including patients of the local hospital. Many patients of the medical center experience chronic illness, which are treatable but require consistent living circumstances to improve treatment results. A home is an essential component to long-term health care for these individuals and a proven, permanent solution to chronic homelessness. Learn more.
Nicaragua Verbo Christian Church is dedicated to advancing the Gospel and restoring hope to the Nicaraguan people. It exists to protect, enlighten and restore the values and principles of Scripture, ministering to all people through building relationships and demonstrating Christ’s love daily. Hope Community Church partners with Pastor Earl and the work of this magnificent church financially and through participation in yearly missions. We are grateful to come alongside the tremendous work this organization does in Nicaragua through their many outreaches, schools, and ministry efforts.