In 2 Chronicles 7:14 God says; "if my people who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, I will forgive their sin and will heal their land."

You've heard many times, "We are all in this together." But it seems difficult to grasp when we are not together at all. Right now we are socially distancing. In these uncertain times you may have many questions: Why would God want me to distance from others? Why would God want me to stop working, or shopping, or eating out? Why would God want me to stop going to church for worship? It doesn't appear like this is what God would want for His church...or is it?

You may have question's for God and you may have lots of prayer requests right now. Hope's Prayer Team welcomes the opportunity to pray with you. Please email ( your requests and questions to our Prayer Team and let us together turn and seek the Lord in prayer that our God's healing would come."

The federal law entitled HIPAA greatly restricts the disclosure of patient information by hospitals. As a result, our pastors, parish nurse, and church office may NOT know that a member of Hope has been admitted to the hospital. Please, if you are hospitalized, and would like our pastors and the office to know, it is important that YOU (or a family member) contact us as soon as possible. Remember, the hospital can no longer pro- vide this information to us, so the only way we can visit you, is if you let us know!