Adult Ministries

"Therefore encourage one another and build up one another..." 1 Thess 5:11

The writer of Hebrews admonished his readers to "hold fast their confession of Hope," to consider ways they could "stimulate one another to love and good deeds," and to assemble together for the purpose of encouraging one another (Hebrews 10:23-25). At Living Hope Church, we urge everyone to get involved and engaged in discipleship through small groups... because discipleship happens in community.

Hope Groups

Small groups are all about helping you become like Christ in this world. Most meet weekly on-campus or in the home of a group member. Each Hope Group enables you to connect with friends, group leaders, or someone new on this faith journey. Hope groups also provide authentic opportunities for growing in your understanding of God's Word and how to make real-life applications of God's truth. In a Hope Group you also learn of ways that God wants you to serve in His church and your communities. Check out our Hope Groups and join one this week. Connect. Grow. Serve.

Senior Adult Ministries

The Senior Adult Ministry program at LHC, JOY Ministries (or, Just Older Youth), is a vital part of our church with new and expanding opportunities for involvement of those who are 55 and older. This growing ministry provides Christ-centered activities addressing the spiritual, social, physical and educational needs of men and women in the “second half of life.” This rapidly growing segment of our church family includes retirees, grandparents, people with adult children, couples, singles and widows/widowers, all of whom desire to be productive servants of Christ. The Senior Adult Ministry program includes classes, studies, trips, luncheons, dinners, and volunteer activities. All activities provide opportunities for Christian fellowship and service.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, Bible based, twelve-step, eight principle program of recovery that was designed to help people reconnect with God and heal from past hurt and pain. Similar in structure to other twelve-step programs, it is a safe place to share your experience and struggles, and gain hope for your future.

Celebrate Recovery meets on Thursday evenings from 6:00-8:30 PM. It begins with a free meal, followed by praise music, testimonials, and small groups. If you know someone with hurts, habits, or hang ups, please invite them to attend.
The meeting takes place in the Youth Room on the lower level.