The ladies of Hope ministry exists to encourage and enable women to grow in their relationship with God. This takes place as women connect with others through regular Bible studies and discipleship groups, as well as special social events that reach out to other ladies who may not be part of Hope Church. Ladies retreats are also planned to allow women to get away together and experience more intimate settings of fellowship and spiritual growth.
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Men of Hope desires to intentionally assist men to find Christ, grow in Christ, and go deeper in their spiritual walks with God. This occurs through regularly-offered men’s Bible studies, which are geared toward discipleship and one-on-one mentoring.
Believing that it is important for men to form bonds of friendship, a number of fellowship opportunities are provided such as men’s breakfasts, attending Cleveland ball games, softball teams, Run for God, and biking (Tenacious Turtles).
Men of Hope also encourages men to find a place of service within the body and in the community through helping others in need.
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M.O.M.S. (Moms Offering Moms Support). This is a ministry dedicated to loving, encouraging, and equipping mothers of young children to live for God’s glory, based on His Word. M.O.M.S provides mothers the opportunity to grow in their Christian faith, in order to nurture their children with confidence and Christian values. Through social gatherings, service projects, speakers, and discussion, moms are given the opportunity to connect with other moms in support and friendship.
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Ray of Hope is a ministry designed to support, encourage, and provide fellowship for those 60 and older, as well as retirees of all ages. Ray of Hope provides an annual calendar with scheduled events. They typically meet once a month, usually around noon, from April through October. Meetings are usually held at Hope Church; however, other venues are used when it involves an outing, such as a picnic in the summer and a Christmas luncheon in December. The meetings often have guest speakers or other planned activities.
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Anchor is the Young Adult Ministry at Hope Church. We define “young adult” as individuals who have graduated from high school, but have not had their first child. This time of life flings us into many transitions–with college, jobs, marriage, etc. It can, at times, be hard to connect and engage with others. Thankfully, Hebrews 6:19 promises us that “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.” As we seek to grow, learn, and trust God’s promises for us, we hope you’ll join us! Wherever you are in your relationship with Jesus Christ, we look forward to growing with you through Bible studies, Hope Groups, and social events–resting on the security that comes from the anchor of hope that we have in Christ.
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