Embracing Hope

Hear what Hopers have to say about Hope Church!


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.


Finding Hope

Worship and Sunday School
Worship begins at 10 am Sunday Mornings
Sunday school for preschool through 5th grade begins about 15 minutes into the service.
Middle school and high school youth and adults meet immediately after the service.

We are located at 1771 S. Wiesbrook Road Wheaton, IL 60189
Office Hours: 8:30 am - 1:30 pm Monday through Thursday

You can find Jay's sermons and other videos on the YouTube channel "Voice of Hope Wheaton"

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Welcoming Hope

A welcoming message from Pastor Jay

To Those Who Spread Hope,
I don't tend to have cash much; its all debit card for me. But the kids always  need cash for their different sports and musical events lately so I will hand them a few bills here and there for them to eat at the concession stand etc. The other day I couldn't believe the experience I had....One that is somewhat rare in our day....I found a big....wad of....CASH!  As we continue our journey through Luke 15 we come to Jesus' second paarable concerning the loss of something desperately desired:  coins!  Do you lean over when you see a penny on the ground? (I don't)....a nickel? (nah...) ...a dime? (getting warmer)....a quarter? (always).... Lets come together this Sunday morning to hear a parable about God's love of the lost for those who have a love for loose change. ALL ARE WELCOME! 
Pastor Jay
We had a great time with our new sound system and new room (in the Oasis room) to watch and hear Martin Luther King's Letter from a Birmingham Jail. Stick around afterward as we continue to work through his thought, and with it, words for today.



February 14, 2019