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What To Expect

Generally:                                                                                To be greeted.
To meet genuine friendly people.
To be accepted no matter what.
To be in service around 65-70 minutes.
To be challenged to take a next step that God has for you.
To experience a casual, contemporary atmosphere. Yes, there is coffee available.
To experience the message with humor, honesty, and wisdom in a way that you can understand and apply to your life.

Specifically:                                                                                 We want you to be able to relax and enjoy the service. We also want you to know that we work hard to make sure you are not ignored or embarrassed. We will never single you out and you will meet many friendly people who will be glad to serve you in any way. You don't have to worry about coming to Hope Church and having no one speak to you. We value every guest and look forward to meeting you.

The focus of our teaching is on practical application. Our goal is to focus on real life issues and for it to be presented in a way where everyone can understand it. We believe that God has a next step for all of us and we want to help you take yours.

GUEST INFORMATION

We strive to be the perfect church for imperfect people. We realize life can be difficult at times, we all make mistakes, we are all different, and we are all on a journey. So no matter your past, your skin color, what you wear or look like or your social or political status, we welcome you just as you are!

Service Time: Sundays @ 11:00 AM (Come early and have a cup of coffee on us)

Location: 3210 Blue Ridge Blvd., West Union, SC 29696

Attire: Casual, come as you are.

Café: Located to the right as you enter the sanctuary. 

Hope Kidz: Sundays @ 11:00 AM

Our Mission: To lead people into a personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

Our Vision: Empowering a leadership revolution that transforms lives, influences our community, and inspires hope.