At HopePointe, we want you to experience rich community. We also want you to understand and be a part of what God is doing in the world. We’re convinced that God often uses other people to accomplish these things in our lives. Other people challenge us, encourage us, teach us, push (and sometimes frustrate) us, and love us. In short, they help shape us to look more like Jesus.
That’s why HopePointe offers what we call "Pastorates" - intergenerational communities where these kinds of relationships can happen. Each pastorate is made up of 20-25 people gathering weekly in one another's homes for prayer, study, worship and service - what some might even call a house church. It's a place for single persons, married couples, children, and grandparents. If you're new, we invite you to join us!
"I'm new. How do pastorates work?"
At HopePointe, one begins pastorate life by joining a St. Andrew’s pastorate. St. Andrew’s is our first-semester pastorate experience, in which folks study the Christian faith, learn more about HopePointe, and get to know each other better. A new St. Andrew’s group begins every September and January.
If you would like to learn more about joining St. Andrew's, as well as register, you may do so by visiting here.
If you have any other questions, just submit your information below and someone from our team will contact you soon!