Hope Church is a group of believers on a spiritual journey, actively seeking God and His instructions for our lives. Affectionately called “The Hope City”, we are compiled of different ideologies, strengths, weakness, and lifestyles. When we come together, we are a church who believes that Christ is Lord. We are committed to leading souls to Christ and accepting everyone. It is our differences and experiences that make being a follower of Christ so special. Rooted in Chicago’s Austin community, we take responsibility for our community and provide services for those in need. The love and passion for people radiates beyond our four walls. Our doors and hearts are always open to you.
Our members are seasoned seniors, millennials, young professionals, youth and a wide range of the baby boomers both male and female. From doctorate degrees to GED’s our unique congregation is diverse and kingdom-minded. Hope Church has been a place where families thrive and grow in the Lord and singles become more involved in ministry. The demographic has produced generations of families that are excited about serving the Lord and carrying out their purpose.
We welcome you to become part of our expanding family.
What We Believe
We stand firm that the Bible is the authoritative Word of God. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who died for our sins and was resurrected. If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised Jesus from the dead, you will be saved. What a great sacrifice Jesus made for all of us and He did not leave us empty on earth, but left the Holy Spirit who comforts and guides us each and every day!
Our mission is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and equip others to do the same. We are dedicated to leading people to Jesus and nurturing their maturity in Christ. We encourage believers to develop a personal relationship with Christ, to hunger for His word and display love to His people.
The vision of Hope Community Church is to see the members so passionate about God’s heart for people that we become more proficient in ministry, more involved in community, and more conscience in our maturity.