Check out the brochure below for a summary of the ministries of Hope:
The Hope Christmas Program was presented on Christmas Eve at 9:00 pm featuring the musical, “Miracle on Bethlehem Street.”
Christmas Eve is this upcoming Sunday already, and that means it is time for the Hope Christmas Program! It will be held at Hope Evangelical Free Church at 9:00 pm. 907 C Avenue
This year the children of Hope EFC will be performing “Miracle on Bethlehem Street”. This is the story of the first Christmas from the perspective of the inn keeper and his wife! It will be a lot of fun for all ages!
Following the program we will all join together in singing Christmas carols, including Silent Night when we will light the traditional Christmas candles!
Tonight we have Awana Supper at 6:30 pm.
This is a free meal for the Awana kids and their families!
This will also be our last night of Awana for 2017 and we will end the year with a Christmas Celebration !
Challenge Youth Conference is still a ways off, but we have already begun the preparation and the excitement for it at Hope EFC! The conference is for High School students starting in fall 2018 and will be held in Kansas City on July 2-7, 2018.
Check out the Parent Letter below for more details:
One of the requirements for a paid-in-full scholarship from Hope is memorizing 10 verses, which can be found here:
Recovery – a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength. A process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives and strive to reach their full potential.
Resilience – capable of withstanding shock without permanent damage. An ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.
A Biblically-based program for those struggling with addictions, hurts and life changes. Come experience the power of Biblical Recovery and Resilience.
Friday Evenings at 7:00 pm
Hope Evangelical Free Church
907 C Ave
(308) 234-Hope (4673)
Timberlake Ranch Camp provides an incredible Christian Camping experience including horseback riding, swimming, boating, challenges and games galore. Last year, Hope EFC sent a total of 31 children and youth to Timberlake free of charge! In order to earn this great experience, children must complete one of several challenges to go to camp.
- Children in Kindergarten through 2nd grade must complete an entire Awana handbook and are rewarded with a day of day camp.
- Children in third through sixth grade must complete 24 Sections in their Awana handbook and are rewarded with a full week of camp.
All requirements for this challenge must be completed and registrations turned in by May 31st.