Hope Church Nottingham

An exciting and friendly church in the heart of Clifton, Nottingham

Pastor Stephen and Jo Hackney

Leaders of Hope Church

Hello! What a joy it is to introduce you to Hope, We hope you will find this website useful to get to know a little bit about us and our mission here in Nottingham.

We passionately believe that we are called as Christians to live out Jesus’ radical message of love for the whole world – that there is enough room for every neighbour at our table.

What’s on offer at Hope is not a religious way of life, but to journey in relationship with God through Jesus Christ. A relationship made possible not through hard work or human effort, but God’s kindness and grace.

We’re trying to have the kind of contagious Christianity that can bless the entire community, one life at a time.

So whether you’re new to Christianity, someone who loves Jesus but has maybe fallen out of love with “the Church”, or a committed Christian who wants to be part of a family where church is a verb, we hope you have found your new home with us.

Looking forward to seeing you one Sunday at 10.30am!

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Where to start
Where to start

Our vision is to see Christianity expressed in a fresh and relevant way.

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Sunday Mornings
Sunday Mornings

Come along… it would be great to see you!

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Watch, listen & Read
Watch, listen & Read

blogs, videos, talks and more…

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Hope in the community
Hope in the community

Our foodbank, charity shops and more

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Hope Centre
Hope Centre

About the centre and the cafe..

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Latest Updates

Stephen Hackney | Q&A Sunday

2nd June 2019. This Sunday Stephen did a Q&A session, where people could submit questions for discussion in advance. Topics included: Our Personal Calling, Persecution in the Church, Sexual Ethics, LGBT+ Matters, Evangelism and The New Covenant.

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Caz | Climate Care

11th May 2019. This week Caz spoke about the topic of climate care, looking at the beautiful, positive creation narrative that exists within our faith tradition, the science of climate care and exploring a biblical framework for engagement. She then shared some practical tips on how we can each grow in doing do our part […]

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James | Part #3 | Favouritism, Justice and Mercy

14th April 2019. This week, Stephen continued our sermon series looking in to the book of James, focusing on favouritism, justice and mercy. During the talk Stephen shared a video on youtube which you can watch below. “When we’re not hungry for justice it’s usually because we’re too full with privilege.” – Carlos A. Rodríguez

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