There are a variety of ministries available at Living Hope Church, no matter what your age or experience. We believe that everyone should actively serve their church and community in their God-given gifts with dedication and humility. We want to reach out to meet people where they are at, show them the love of Christ, and reveal God's truth to a world that needs it. We want to equip one another through God's Word to encourage, challenge and mentor each other to grow in spiritual maturity.
As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another....Prov. 27:17
Our men meet occasionally for various activities such as a Saturday breakfast and devotional, Iron Sharpens Iron Men's conference, bowling, skeet shooting, attending a sporting event, etc.,
Hope groups are Bible studies that meet every week to learn about God and grow together in fellowship. The format is: Fellowship time, worship, discussion of a topic in small groups, and prayer time. Join us for a rewarding time of devotion and fellowship. (Hope Groups are suspended until further notice)
Outreach and Community Service
Living Hope Church supports numerous local ministries and outreach events such as Springfield Rescue Mission, Christina's House for homeless mothers and their children, Nehemiah House for young mothers (5K benefit run shown at right), Convoy of Hope, and Clearway Clinic.
Youth and Young Adults
Our teens meet every Friday night for fun, fellowship, and a Biblical devotion. Special activities include a bowling night, attending concerts, or helping out at outreach events such as Convoy of Hope or our annual Harvest Festival in the fall. Our youth raise funds to purchase cars for missionaries through Speed the Light (STL)
Our ladies meet for Bible study and fellowship. They are actively involved in community outreach such as baking cookies for Southwick police and fire fighters, and gifts to expectant moms through Clearway Clinic. In 2020 they organized their first day long women's conference.
Our children's church, known as "Kidz Time" normally meets during our Sunday service but are currently suspended. The kids are taught Biblical principles through well known stories. The kids are also taught the value of saving and giving to missions work, such as The King's Voice schools in Ghana, by means of "Buddy Barrels." We believe in providing a safe and fun atmosphere for kids to enjoy.