Statement Of Faith
Hope Chapel is an evangelical and nondenominational Christian church founded on the gospel – the Good News that everyone has access to salvation through the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ.
We believe the Gospel should be preached in its entire truth and without compromise. We believe in the charismatic gifts, and our order of worship follows the principles laid out in 1st Corinthians 12, 13, and 14.
Our church is involved in outreach and evangelism to our community and to the world. We support missions domestically and abroad. We have regular midweek bible studies and prayer groups.
The Church is fully incorporated as a 501(c)(3) organization.
Statement of Purpose
Evangelism and the Extension of God’s Kingdom
To reach out to the local members of the community
To distribute literature on the streets and in the neighborhood
To train people who are gifted evangelists to preach and witness for Christ on the street
To teach and encourage all believers to consider their place of employment as a ministry
To extend to the church’s training and witnessing program to other churches in the community
To lead people in all walks of life to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ that they might escape from the wrath of God a become heirs of eternal life and to establish them in the faith so they will not be drawn away
Pulling down Satanic Strongholds: To wage a spiritual war against evil in all its forms
Missions – To fight against religious persecution wherever it may occur in the world
To be informed of current national events so that the members of the local body may act according to true and correct information
To pray for our leaders in our government and all who are in authority
Ministry to Saints
To instruct believers in the truths of God’s Word
To establish and ground the younger believers in the Word of God
To guide the saints in discovering their gifts and equip them for God’s service
To provide and fulfill the fellowship needs of each believer, both socially and spiritually
To administer the sacraments, baptism and communion
To develop Christian disciples who once fully matured can then disciple others
To pray together for each other’s needs and to share in one another’s burdens
To Glorify God
To lead a holy and sin-free life
To bear fruit in doctrine and in practical change; the fruits of the Spirit
To please God by loving each other
To praise and worship God at church and at home
To enforce church discipline, reproof, correction, excommunication