Sunday Services during the Coronavirus Pandemic

22nd March | 12:00 | Stephen H

17th March | 22:00 | Stephen H

We hope you will join our first ever Digital Sunday Service! The video feed will go live on Sunday at 11:00am. Please check back later in the week for the link which will be published here.

We will also be updating this page with a simple Order of Service to allow you to follow along with content. This will include an update on where we are at in terms of our response to Covid-19, lighting a candle of hope as we align with the national call to prayer, Communion and details of how to stay connected going forwards. Please have bread and juice to hand if you wish to participate in Communion.

Finally, it’s a great privilege and freedom to be able to call upon God, wherever we are, and we remain excited about meeting together – please do spread the word and invite others.

Blessings, Stephen

Latest Posts relating to COVID-19

Hope Live Service – 29th March 2020

29th March 2020. Hey friends, below is the recording from our virtual service earlier today. Whether you’re a Hope regular or a virtual visitor, we’d love to hear your feedback – connect@hopechurchnottingham.org Similarly, if you have any questions, a prayer request or want adding to our mailing list, please drop us a note. Love and […]

Read More

Hope Live Service – 22nd March 2020

22nd March 2020. Hey friends, below is the recording from our first virtual service earlier today. Big thanks to all who participated. It was fantastic to be together! Whether you’re a Hope regular or a virtual visitor, we’d love to hear your feedback – connect@hopechurchnottingham.org Similarly, if you have any questions, a prayer request or […]

Read More

COVID-19 | How to make a contribution

21st March – by Stephen H This is the third of a series of emails outlining how we will move forward as the Hope Family during this unprecedented season. We have been looking at these three areas: How to get connected How to be community How to make a contribution So how do you make […]

Read More

COVID-19 | How to be a community

19th March – by Stephen H Hi Paul We are currently working through a series of emails looking at how we can stay and grow together during the current Coronavirus Pandemic. To achieve this we are looking at three things: How to get connected How to be community How to make a contribution How to […]

Read More

COVID-19 | How to get Connected

18th March – by Stephen H Through this series of emails we are looking at three things: How to get connected How to be community How to make a contribution So how do we get connected? Moving forward we will have four principle means of communication: 1. Email – you’re sorted there! If you know […]

Read More

COVID-19 | Email Update 17th March

17th March – by Stephen H Today has been the first full day since the latest announcement from the Government regarding how we need to act in light of the Coronavirus Pandemic. The measures are wide sweeping and in light of this means that we will be cancelling all Small Groups (including Wednesday Prayer and […]

Read More

COVID-19 | What we are doing

17th March – by Caz B Here’s some of the things we’re doing as a Senior Leadership Team during this time. TRUSTING GOD The Lord remains our refuge and strength, “an ever-present help in trouble” (Ps. 46:1). To trust in the Lord amid trouble is to experience and bear witness to the power of Christ. […]

Read More

COVID-19 | When All Hell Breaks Loose

16th March 2020 – by Stephen Hackney According to Bill Gates, ‘In the past week, COVID-19 has started to behave a lot like the once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about. I hope it’s not that bad, but we should assume that it will be until we know otherwise.’ For sure we’re all now acting like […]

Read More

CORONAVIRUS – OUR INITIAL RESPONSE

6 March 2020 | Stephen H. Introduction The threat posed by Coronavirus/COVID-19 has been assessed by the Chief Medical Officer as ‘moderate’. The risk to individuals remains low. Hope Church and the Hope Centre are a thriving part of the community of Nottingham, and while the overall threat remains low we are mindful that there […]

Read More