Discipleship is a lifelong process. As we mature in our Christian walk, we become involved in ministry opportunities that grow and reflect our beliefs. At Hope Church we strive to provide all with thoughtful and meaningful opportunities to learn and grow in faith. Following is a list of some of the opportunities that you can be involved with at Hope Church. All are welcome, and you do not need to be a member of or attend Hope Church to participate. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please feel free to contact the church office at (419) 877-5232.
Monday Women’s Bible Study – The Monday afternoon women’s Bible study class invites you to join us. 12:00-1:30 in the Conference Room. For further information, please see Laurie Schofield.
United Methodist Women – The traditional women’s group of the United Methodist Church meets monthly here at Hope. The women have a monthly program on the third Monday of the month at 7 pm for educational purposes as well as fellowship time. The UMW also promotes and assists many other ministries through service time spent as well as their donations from the money raised through the Clothing Closet ministry here at the church.
Hope Men’s Group – Hope Men’s Group meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:00pm at Hope Church. All men are welcome.
- Lower body weight
- Reduce risk of cardiovascular disease
- Reduce risk of type 2 diabetes
- Strengthen bones and muscles
- Improve mental health and mood
Classes are on Tuesdays from 12:45-1:30 p.m. in the youth room. All are welcome to participate. The cost is free with your insurance benefit or $3.00 per class without. Invite a family member or friend to join you for a time of activity and fun. Wear loose fitting clothes and comfortable athletic shoes. Bring a towel and your water bottle. Check-in begins at 12:30 p.m.
Ladies Low Impact Exercise Class – Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday at 8:00 a.m. Please enter through the front door of the building.
The Quilt Ladies have been helping Toledo Children’s Hospital with a new project also. Some of the ladies have been making hearts out of material that are given to the parents to wear next to their bodies. The parents then take the hearts back to the hospital and they are placed in the incubators so the babies will have the parents smell near them at all times. What a beautiful idea!
Quilts of Love is a church mission to provide comforters (and now hearts) to children in trying circumstances. These will go to Lucas County Children’s Services and to The Toledo Children’s Hospital.