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“The Lord takes pleasure in those who hope in his steadfast love.” – Psalm 147:11

“In hope we were saved.” – Romans 8:24

The Bible is a book of hope from front to back. At Hope Reformed Church we are striving to embrace this hope; the hope that our loving God is reaching out to save the world. As you page through this website you’ll discover that we are seeking to embrace hope by doing justice, loving kindness, and walking humbly with God. In other words, we are seeking to live the life today that God lived when he walked the earth in Jesus of Nazareth, our Lord and Savior. It might not make us rich or famous or be a very glamorous way of life, but we believe God is our only hope to make the world a better place. We don’t imagine to have all of the answers, but we do know where we are going. We are walking in the Spirit on the road of Jesus Christ into God’s kingdom of life and peace. We invite you to join us on this Pilgrimage of Hope!

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Get Blown Away!

Wednesday, June 04, 2014 HRC news

From fear to faith.  From despair to hope.  From hostility to love.  Join us for Pentecost and hear (maybe even experience!) the radical shift of God's Spirit.  Worship @ 10am on Sunday!

Getting Carried Away

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 HRC news

Our theme for worship this Lenten season is "Getting Carried Away."  We've all known someone who has gotten carried away by some idea or passion or behavior.  They get wrapped up, almost consumed by it.  It's rarely a good thing.  Or, is it?

Set Free to Welcome

Thursday, February 02, 2012 Pastor's blog

In fact, every friend that everyone of us have were strangers at one time.  Everyone that we know we had to take the time to get to know.  For every person that we have come to care about, there was a time when we didn’t care about them at all.  All of the friends we have were strangers and they would have remained that way if we didn’t take the chance and share conversations and spend time together.  Many strangers have become friends.  But even though that’s the case, we still treat strangers as strange.