Hope Community Church has been serving the Hanover area since 1967. From the little church on the hill to our current location, Hope has focused on being a part of our community, not just in it. We have seen God open doors and move mountains during our church build. Today, we are located at 373 18th Ave just north of John Diefenbaker Senior School (JDSS).
Our heart is to come together as imperfect people who connect and serve a perfect God. We strive to build relationships with each other and in our community. We believe that God has called us to serve those around us. At Hope, that extends from Hanover to West Grey and into the world through missions.
We would love to meet you! Join us on a Sunday at 10:30 a.m. or during our weekly activities and bible studies.
Pastor Isaac Marmelo
When you enter Hope, you will be welcomed by one of our greeters just inside the main doors. Feel free to ask them for directions if it's your first time at Hope. A coat rack is on the right side of the foyer if you want to hang up your coat. Our Sanctuary is located on the right side of the foyer. Our greeting team will also have members by the Sanctuary doors should you need help finding a seat.
Currently, our service times run approximately 1-1.5 hours. We start at 10:30 a.m. and are usually done by noon.
Sunday School: Kids in JK. to grade 5 can be checked into the classroom before service!
Nursery: Our staffed nursery is running for ages 0-3.
Check out our Kid's Ministry to learn more about our weekly program.
Older kids? Join us on Fridays for our Youth focused evenings! Head over to our CORE Youth Ministry page to learn more!
We come together to sing praises to our King. That may look like lifting hands, bowing, laughing, or crying; it may look different for everyone. Worship is a response to what we value the most: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Here at Hope, we enjoy contemporary and older worship songs as long as they bring glory to God.
"Honor the Lord with your wealth and with the best part of everything you produce. Then he will fill your barns with grain, and your vats will overflow with good wine." Proverbs 3:9-10
Tithing is the act of supporting the church financially.
Your giving helps keep our doors open and our ministries running. Such as Children's Outreach, Youth Programs, Bible Studies, and Missions support locally and globally.
There are several ways to give at Hope; please visit our "Give" page in the top menu.
Come early or stick around after service for a time of fellowship, where you can meet the pastors or connect with a friend. Need some caffeine? We've got you covered. Tea and coffee are served both before and after service in the foyer.