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1771 S. Wiesbrook Road
Wheaton, IL 60189
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday
8:30am - 1:30pm
Hope's Welcoming Statement
Hope strives to be a safe haven for God's unconditional love. Every person is invited and encouraged to participate in all Hope activities and roles, including membership and leadership. In this world most human conflict and separation are caused by differences, like ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, political positions and more. Hope embraces diversity and welcomes all who come through our doors, without exception.
All Are Welcome Always!!
Click above to watch and hear a recent sermon by Pastor Jay Moses
Or Click on Worship/Music/Education then Sermons to select from a long list of his sermons
Youth at Hope
The youth play a large role in the life of the church. Currently there are two active youth groups.
F.R.O.G. (Forever Relying On God)
F.R.O.G. is for kids in kindergarten through fifth grade. Emphasis is on fun (and maybe burning off some energy)!
Lighthouse is for middle and high school youth. While there's still lot's of time for fun the focus is more on examining their growing faith, personal reflection, service activities and worship.
For more information go to the Youth tab.
Relating Beyond Hope
Our gatherings at Hope are relating beyond our building to the local community, the nation, and the world. We reach out to feed the hungry, both directly (e.g. volunteering at the Peoples Resource Center food pantry) and by supporting worldwide hunger relief programs (e.g. Bread for Life). In addition, we have developed close relationships with two sister churches - one in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood for over 25 years and the other a small church in Havana, Cuba for over 5 years. Click on the Outreach tab for more.
Promoting Interfaith Cooperation
Hope strives to develop relationships with all our diverse neighbors, whatever their backgrounds or religious convictions, they are a gift from God. Through our relationships with Bethel New Life, an African American congregation, and with friends discovered through our Hispanic Outeach Ministry, we are grateful for the glimpses of the Beloved Community on our little hill. Members of the Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, Native American, Mormon and LGBT communities also participate in our worship services, adult education classes and outreach activities. We learn from one another, support each other in difficult times, and celebrate our common life together. Click on the Ministry/Partners tab for more.