Every Sunday | 10.30am
A warm welcome awaits you at Hope both on Sundays and throughout the week where you will discover a variety of activities to suit all ages.
Our Sunday morning gatherings include songs, prayer and teachings based on the Bible. It starts at 10.30am with a session of uplifting praise and worship, mixed in with greetings, notices and prayers. This usually lasts till around 11.30am dependent on whether we are having communion together – we like to keep things informal except for start and finish times. At around 11.30am Stephen, or one of our other leaders or various special guests will give a talk for the last half hour. This is based on the Bible and talks to our experiences of following Jesus. We aim to make these practical and relevant to every day life.
After the service there is no need to disappear straight away – we’re a friendly group and many people stop around after the service for a chat, a drink and some light refreshments in the Hope Cafe. A number of our leaders will be available too if you would like to be prayed for.
You are welcome to participate in the above as much or as little as you like. You don’t have to dress up, just need to come as you are. All ages are welcome and we have a full range of children’s activities.
Our main building is situated a short walk away from Nottingham Trent’s Clifton Campus. We also offer Student placements as part of our partnership with NTU.
Open from 9 – 4 weekdays and 9 – 2 on Saturday, the Hope Café serves delicious, home made food and hot drinks. We also do regular events on Sunday evenings in there, for more information you can…
Obviously you know where the website is! On here you can learn more about us and have a listen back to previous services (and sometimes watch, if we have live streamed the service). You can also email us at email@example.com, click the contact button below, or connect on facebook @hopechurchnottingham for the latest information on our events.Contact Us
“My deepest awareness of myself is that I am deeply loved by Jesus Christ and I have done nothing to earn it or deserve it.”Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin Gospel
“If the gospel isn't good news for everybody, then it isn't good news for anybody. And this is because the most powerful things happen when the church surrenders its desire to convert people and convince them to join. It is when the church gives itself away in radical acts of service and compassion, expecting nothing in return, that the way of Jesus is most vividly put on display."Rob Bell