Mid-Week Holy Communion

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We have a mid-week service of Holy Communion each Wednesday at 8:30 AM. Service includes a short homily and lasts approximately 35 minutes. Please join us for this time of devotion and refreshment.

One Mission 21 Days of Prayer

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Many of the Christ-honoring churches in our city have committed themselves to a special season of prayer. As HopePointe has done in the past, we are joining with these brothers and sisters in our One Mission fellowship of churches, during 21 Days in January, for a time of prayer and fasting.

The goal of this time and focus of our prayers is:

  • to see transformative, Christ-centered revival in our city

  • to see the lost come to faith in Jesus

  • to see the broken healed

  • to pierce the darkness of our time with the light of the Gospel

During January we will gather together as a corporate community twice:

Join our One Mission Brothers and Sisters for the:

Thursday Morning Ladies' Bible Study

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New Ladies’ Bible Study starting SOON!

  • Thursdays, beginning January 24th, 9:30-11:00 AM

  • Knowing the Bible:  Hebrews, A 12-Week Study, by Matthew Capps 

    • Study Guide may be purchased through Amazon

From our study guide:

"The book of Hebrews stands apart from other biblical books in its unique portrait of Jesus Christ as the supreme revelation of God―a portrait bolstered by the author’s skillful use of imagery, metaphor, and Old Testament analogy.  This accessible guide walks readers through the book of Hebrews, one of the most beautifully written and theologically rich books in the New Testament."

Daughter's of Hope

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Daughter's of Hope will meet Monday, January 28th, 6:30 PM at the home of Elaine Kirten, 42 South Bonneymead Circle, The Woodlands.  All women of HopePointe are welcome to join us as we have prayer, devotionals, fellowship and discuss our Spring project.  For more information, contact Elaine Kirten, johnkirten0741@comcast.net or Martha Pearce, marthabg@aol.com.

Daughter’s of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughter’s of the Holy Cross, an all female order in ACNA where Anglican women take a four fold vow of prayer, service, study, and evangelism.

At HopePointe, our chapter is named Daughter’s of Hope and meets the fourth Monday evening of each month at different homes. If you would like more information about the process of joining this order, please contact Elaine Kirten johnkirten0741@comcast.net

Daughter's of Hope

Martha Pearce (map)

Daugher’s of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughter’s of the Holy Cross, an all female order in ACNA where Anglican women take a four fold vow of prayer, service, study, and evangelism.

At HopePointe, our chapter is named Daughter’s of Hope and meets the fourth Monday evening of each month at different homes. If you would like more information about the process of joining this order, please contact Elaine Kirten johnkirten0741@comcast.net

Daughter's of Hope

Elaine Kirten (map)

Daugher’s of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughter’s of the Holy Cross, an all female order in ACNA where Anglican women take a four fold vow of prayer, service, study, and evangelism.

At HopePointe, our chapter is named Daughter’s of Hope and meets the fourth Monday evening of each month at different homes. If you would like more information about the process of joining this order, please contact Elaine Kirten johnkirten0741@comcast.net

Daughter's of Hope

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Daugher’s of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughter’s of the Holy Cross, an all female order in ACNA where Anglican women take a four fold vow of prayer, service, study, and evangelism.

At HopePointe, our chapter is named Daughter’s of Hope and meets the fourth Monday evening of each month at different homes. If you would like more information about the process of joining this order, please contact Elaine Kirten johnkirten0741@comcast.net

Daughter's of Hope

Elaine Kirten (map)

Fellowship Dinner TBD

Daugher’s of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughter’s of the Holy Cross, an all female order in ACNA where Anglican women take a four fold vow of prayer, service, study, and evangelism.

At HopePointe, our chapter is named Daughter’s of Hope and meets the fourth Monday evening of each month at different homes. If you would like more information about the process of joining this order, please contact Elaine Kirten johnkirten0741@comcast.net