Saturday, November 4 10 AM-5 PM
Sunday, November 5 Noon-4 PM
Hope Presbyterian Church
2211 West Wabash Avenue
Worshipping God and being together are two of the three most important reasons Hope Happens Here and has since our congregation began in 1966. From the beginning Hope happened through prayer and music, through encouraging each other, serving God actively and faithfully, following in the way of Jesus Christ, and leaning heavily upon God's Holy Spirit. We strive to be open minded, welcoming, and inclusive because that is what we feel God's presence is about among us. Hope Happens Here is not an empty slogan, but who God intends us to be inside and outside of this church building, which is the third important reason we exist: to be salt and light, and Hope wherever we go.
Peace and Grace to you.
Pastor Chuck Goodman - Contact me via eMail
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GROUNDS OF GRACE in Jacksonville is our 5th Saturday Mission project this month.
Emily from Grounds of Grace spoke in church about the work they are doing to combat human trafficking in central Illinois. Our 5th Saturday project for September will be helping at their donation site in Jacksonville. The work will include sorting clothing; washing dishes; cleaning
The work will include sorting clothing; washing dishes; cleaning furniture, and assembling toiletry kits. All are welcome to help. Because we will be going to Jacksonville, carpooling will be available. We will meet at the church and leave around 8:45 am so we can arrive there at 9:30 am. A
Because we will be going to Jacksonville, carpooling will be available. We will meet at the church and leave around 8:45 am so we can arrive there at 9:30 am. A sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the hallway.
This event is open to the whole community, so come join the fun, have a meal, bring a friend... or three. Don't let the stage be empty - dust off the old guitar, pull out the poetry, practice your card tricks, or just relax and enjoy the entertainment in the Café Hope setting.
All donations will benefit "The Outlet", a mentoring program that provides young fatherless men a way to plug into something positive by providing them social interaction and recreation, helping them learn about their faith, and building them up as men of character.