Prayer stations at Hope4All
Easter is always a busy time within the church, as we are celebrating the incredible story of Christ's death and resurrection. To enable us to slow down and contemplate everything we had recently heard, those attending Hope4All took part in several prayer stations linked to the story of Easter.
Hope Church at Easter
Pop In celebrates 20 years
We were delighted that Rev Martin Snellgrove and his wife Pam could join us as Pam was one of the founder members of Pop In during Martin's time as Rector of Hope. One of the photos below shows them with Pat and Angela, two other founder members.
Thank you to those who made today's special Pop In a memorable one and to all who continue to provide such an enjoyable opportunity to get together every Thursday.
Hope4all has returned!
After a short hiatus, Hope4all has returned to Hope Church at 4pm every Sunday.
The service aims to be an accessible way for anybody to worship God by using modern worship songs, everyday language in an informal and relaxed setting.
It was a wonderful experience to have so many return and worship together.
Refreshments are served as you enter the church, and there is an area with books and toys for children too.
Everything is on the projector meaning your hands are free for coffee or colouring!
We look forward to welcoming you to Hope4all, and if you have any questions or prayer requests, please do speak to one of the leadership team.
See you soon!
Hope Church at Christmas
A festive time at Pop In
There was a distinctly festive air at Pop In this week. The monthly 'Soup and Pud' was supplemented by mince pies, cakes and other Christmas fare. As well as the usual chat and fellowship there were lovely table decorations to be admired and crackers to be pulled.
Thank you to all those who make the weekly Pop Ins so enjoyable.
Collecting for Flintshire Foodbank
Thank you to all who have been generously donating to the monthly collections for the Foodbank.
At today's collection there was a festive air as Laura and Dawn served tea, coffee and mince pies to the donors.
Donations are always gratefully accepted and can be left in the boxes any time you are in Hope Church or the Church Hall.
Hope Church is a registered referrer so if you or someone you know is struggling and would welcome a Foodbank voucher please contact email@example.com.
Advent Sunday at Hope
Happy birthday, Les