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.

Wholy Fit

HopePointe Anglican Church (map)

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Wholy Fit, a Biblical alternative to yoga, meets Friday mornings, 8:15-9:15 AM in the sanctuary.  Bring a yoga mat.  Cost is $7/class or $20/month.  All are welcome. 

Questions?:  Contact melanie@hopepointe.org.

Thursday Morning Ladies' Bible Study

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Ladies’ Bible Study on Hebrews

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."

By the Stream

Lisa Schwandt (map)

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“By the Stream” offers times and places for women to pray, study, and encourage one another, sharing wisdom, laughter, tears, and our stories, seeking together who we are in Christ and living more fully into that reality. Come as you are and experience refreshment in the midst of “family,” big sisters and little sisters, locking hands together and sharing in the journey.

The THIRD THURSDAY of each month is our Story night. We will gather in the home of Deacon Lisa Schwandt @ 7-8:30pm, for sweet fellowship and the opportunity to hear Amanda Poole’s story. We build relationships by encouraging one another, and experiencing refreshment for the soul.
Childcare is provided upon request. Please request from Amanda Poole agracepoole@icloud.com.

If you wish to bring snacks and/or beverages to share you may,
but only if it blesses you to do so. More than anything, these gatherings are intended to be restoring and replenishing.

Daughters of Hope

Elaine Kirten (map)

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The HopePointe Chapter of Daughters of The Holy Cross, Daughters of Hope, will meet on Monday, February 25, 6:30pm at the home of Elaine Kirten, 42 South Bonneymead Circle, The Woodlands, 77381. We meet the fourth Monday of the month and invite the women of HopePointe to join us as we follow the path of Prayer, Service, Study and Evangelism. For more information, please contact, Elaine Kirten, 713/203-9672 or Martha Pearce, 251/680-0205.

Daughters of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughters 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 Daughters 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.

Youth Fellowship Event

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Youth, join us on Friday, March 1st, 7:00-8:30 PM at Main Event, for a night of fellowship in bowling. Please RSVP with Jon Beadle jbeadle@hopepointe.org as soon as possible so lanes can be reserved!

Ash Wednesday

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Join us as we begin a holy Lent with the traditional and ancient liturgy of the imposition of ashes.  Worship begins at 7:00 pm in the HopePointe sanctuary. Childcare will be provided.


LENT HopePointe 2019

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Come experience the Lord's goodness as we journey together through Lent 2019.  The liturgical season of Lent gives us, individually and corporately, the time and space for self-examination and reflection, seeking a deepening faith and a renewal of life in Christ.  A holy Lent prepares us for the joyful celebration of Easter to come.  In the tension between the grave knowledge of who we are in our sin, apart from Jesus and His cross, coupled with the assurance of who we are in Him and His resurrection, our Lenten journey leads us to the open tomb, with renewed hearts, filled with grateful joy.

Ash Wednesday:  March 6th, 7:00 pm

Lenten Leadership Retreat:  Saturday, March 9th, 9:00 am -Noon.

Parish Soup Suppers with Teaching:

  • Sunday, March 10th, 5:30 pm

  • Sunday, March 24th, 5:30 pm

  • Sunday, April 7th, 5:30 pm

Lenten Evening of Prayer and Healing:  Friday, April 5th, 6:30 pm

Holy Week:

  • Palm Sunday:  April 14th, 9:00 am, 10:45 am

  • Daily Communion:  Monday—Friday, 8:30 am

  • Maundy Thursday:  April 18th, 7:00 pm

  • Good Friday:  April 19th, 7:00 pm

  • Holy Saturday, Decorating for Easter:  April 20th, 10:00 am 

 

 

Lenten Leadership Retreat

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A church family’s experience of Lent is largely shaped by how the ministry leaders of that parish experience Lent.  Our Lenten Leadership Retreat will give those who lead or participate in ministry a time of intentional preparation, drawing from the Lord’s well, seeking His filling and strengthening.  Enjoy a morning of refreshment and reflection, worship and prayer, as we soak in our Lord’s Presence. All ministry leaders, pastors, pastor partners, leadership teams, and those who serve in ministry are asked to consider joining their brothers and sisters in the HopePointe Sanctuary, Saturday, March 9th, 9:00 am-Noon, for a special time of retreat, in preparation for the Lenten Season ahead. Childcare will be provided. Please register for this retreat here.

Parish Soup Suppers with Teaching

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As one big parish family, three Sunday evenings during Lent, March 10th, 24th, and April 7th, 5:30 pm, we will have the opportunity to share a meal of delicious soup and hear compelling teaching centered on the practices and habits that shape who we are.  The weeks of March 10th, 24th, and April 7th, all pastorates will forgo their regular weekly gatherings, so they can fully participate in these soup evenings.  Childcare will be provided during the teaching portion of the evening.


By the Stream

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“By the Stream” offers times and places for women to pray, study, and encourage one another,
sharing wisdom, laughter, tears, and our stories, seeking together who we are in Christ and
living more fully into that reality. Come as you are and experience refreshment in the midst of
“family,” big sisters and little sisters, locking hands together and sharing in the journey.

The THIRD THURSDAY of each month is our Story night. We will gather in the home of LauraLea Palmer’s home @ 7-8:30pm, for sweet fellowship and the opportunity to hear Rachel Figliuzzi’s story. We build relationships by encouraging one another, and experiencing refreshment for the soul.
Childcare is provided upon request. Please request from Amanda Poole agracepoole@icloud.com.

If you wish to bring snacks and/or beverages to share you may,
but only if it blesses you to do so. More than anything, these gatherings are intended to be restoring and replenishing.

Daughters of Hope

Elaine Kirten (map)

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Daughters of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughters 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 Daughters 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.

Lenten Evening of Prayer and Healing

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A healthy and effective Lent encourages individuals, marriages and families to times of self-examination, reflection, confession, and repentance.  Often, in the midst of these times, we discover we need healing of mind, body, spirit, and soul, and restoring of relationships which have been bruised or broken.  Our Lenten Evening of Prayer and Healing, Friday, April 5th, will provide a place to come worship and pray, seeking healing and restoration for ourselves or for those we love.  The evening will begin at 6:30 pm in the HopePointe Sanctuary. Childcare will be provided.


Daughters of Hope

HopePointe Anglican Church (map)

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Daughters of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughters 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 Daughters 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.

By the Stream

Please join us at HopePointe for the Maundy Thursday Service.

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By the Stream

“By the Stream” offers times and places for women to pray, study, and encourage one another,
sharing wisdom, laughter, tears, and our stories, seeking together who we are in Christ and
living more fully into that reality. Come as you are and experience refreshment in the midst of
“family,” big sisters and little sisters, locking hands together and sharing in the journey.

The THIRD THURSDAY of each month is our Story night. We will gather in the home of Hillarrie Jones’ @ 7-8:30pm, for sweet fellowship and the opportunity to hear Pam Sneed’s story. We build relationships by encouraging one another, and experiencing refreshment for the soul.
Childcare is provided upon request. Please request from Amanda Poole agracepoole@icloud.com.

If you wish to bring snacks and/or beverages to share you may,
but only if it blesses you to do so. More than anything, these gatherings are intended to be restoring and replenishing.

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Daughters of Hope

Elaine Kirten (map)

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Fellowship Dinner TBD

Daughters of Hope is part of The Order of the Daughters 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 Daughters 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.