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Living Hope is a contemporary church that honors the traditions of the past. We plan our worship to be free-flowing, to arise from the people and, to be authentic and not contrived.


Sunday Morning Worship | 10:00 AM


Every believer is called to worship and leading others into God’s presence is a responsibility our Worship Ministry takes seriously. We blend contemporary worship music with traditional hymns and encourage our members to worship God through music, prayer, offering, and more.



Our nursery is designed to provide a welcoming, nurturing atmosphere for the children of our members and visitors. We provide a consistently safe, clean and wholesome facility with a caring, screened, qualified and motivated nursery staff.



Our youth are not the future of the church, our youth are the church. We support the spiritual growth of our youth through a variety of activites which include Bible study sessions, games, and confirmation. The youth give back to our congregation by providing leadership opportunities for our youngest members during children’s church.


Life Groups

There is never enough time on a Sunday morning to connect on a deep level with others. For this reason, we encourage everyone to join a small group or Bible Study. During these smaller meetings, there is an opportunity for deeper Bible study, more personal applications, and discussion of topics often gaining an understanding from a wide variety of life experiences.

Frequently Asked Questions


Living Hope Covenant Church is a part of the Evangelical Covenant denomination. This means we share common beliefs and can do more as a part of a larger organization. Our pastors receive support and training, and we are part of mission and relief efforts all over the world. The Evangelical Covenant Church seeks to form and nurtureĀ  church communities that are deeply committed to Jesus Christ and passionately engaged in Christ’s mission in the world. You can find our more atĀ


We practice Open Community monthly at Living Hope on the first Sunday during worship. All who know and love Jesus are invited to take part in this sacrament. One does not have to be a member of Living Hope to take communion. If you are attending with small children and wish to have them with you in worship, we ask that you determine whether your child is old enough to know the significance of the Last Supper of Jesus and His death on the cross and resurrection from the grave.


We believe that baptism is an outward expression of faith. We happily provide baptism to all ages, including infants. We ask that people seeking baptism meet with our pastor to discuss the importance and meaning sacred and meaningful gesture.