Small Group Opportunities at Hope:

Boy Scouts:

Troop 303Hope Church is the chartering organization for Boy Scout Troop 303, serving boys from 5th through 12th grade.  The Troop meets at Hope on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.  To learn more about the troop, check out their web site:





 Bridge:Bridge Group

Hope’s bridge group meets once a month from September through May.  Couples and singles are invited to join the group.  Members take turns hosting the bridge group in their home.  

At the last meeting in May, members enjoy a potluck dinner.




Chimes Choir:

ChimesHope’s Chimes Choir performs once a month as part of our worship service.  Practice is on Thursday from 7-8 pm.  Can’t read music?  It doesn’t matter – everyone is welcome to join the Chimes.









Hope’s choir sings during worship from September through May.  Practices are from 8-9:30 pm each Thursday and from 9-9:45am Sunday.  Each spring the choir performs an Easter Cantata.






F.R.O.G.“Forever Relying On God” provides fun programing for Hope’s younger kids, ages Kindergarten though 5th grade.  Meetings are held Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30 and are packed with activities – singing, games and crafts.








Hope’s middle school and high school kids meet Sunday evening from 5:30-7:30.  Socializing with friends and having fun is the focus!  Movie night, going out to dinner, game night, laser tag, and retreat weekends are just a few of the fun activities on this year’s calendar. 







OasisHope’s grief group strives to provide an “oasis” to those who have suffered any type of loss, whether through death, divorce, loss of a job, or another life event.  This small group meets twice a month to offer a safe place to share feelings with others who have had similar experiences. 












“Retirees Eating Lunch in Christian Spirit”.  The retired men of Hope meet at noon every other Monday at the Sweet Potato Cafe (Route 59 and Batavia Rd, Warrenville, IL) for an hour of lively conversation, fun and fellowship.  Contact Dan Urban about joining the group.