AT HOPEPOINT CHURCH
We have always been a church of and for the generations. We want to build people in EVERY stage of their life.
”Now to Him who is able to do above and beyond all that we ask or think - according to the power that works in you - to Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.” Ephesians 3:20-21 [NIV]
Get Togethers // Social, fun activities to build relationships.
These are a great way to reach people and connect them in.
Gatherings // These are larger group activities that connect people in that age group with some spiritual content. These may be yearly, quarterly, bi-monthly or weekly [depending on what the leader sees will work].
Groups // These are smaller groups that connect people in that age group.
Providing an intimate setting for people to grow and receive support.
In many ways, not only does tomorrow’s church depend on our children, but so does today’s. Think about it. When was the last time the joy and faith of a child not lift your spirits? We all know we need to have faith like our children. That’s why our 'HopePoint Kids' Ministry wants to instill a deep-rooted faith in our children early. Each week we strive to present biblical truths in creative, memorable ways and strive to partner with parents in modeling loving, Christian relationships.
We provide exciting opportunities for growth and learning. We do all of this so that a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ can begin. We seek to make this your child's favourite day of the week, so we use skilled volunteers, technology, fun activities, and excellent environments to communicate the timeless knowledge of our loving God.
We believe this makes HopePoint Kids a place your child will be begging you to bring them back each week!
Enroling your child in hopepoint kids
On your first visit to HopePoint Kids you will be asked to fill out a Visitors Form. This will be a recurrence each time you visit.
When you decide your kids love HPK, want to make it a more permanent experience you can then fill out an Enrolment Form.
If you haven’t already filled out a “Keep in Contact” form for yourself you need to fill it in so we have parent/carer information as well.
THE STUDENT COLLECTIVE
YOUTH SERVICE (YR 6 - YR 12)
We have loads of fun and enjoy hang time, service, games, dinner music, small groups and a host of different activities for the year, including our annual SUMMER CAMP.
We exist to help you in your faith journey and to be there to celebrate you and who you are in whatever you do!
Join kids your own age every SUNDAY NIGHT (of the school terms) from 5 - 7pm
Dinner is provided *Bring a gold coin donation.
Young adults ministry of HopePoint Church is for 21-30 years.
We meet in lifegroups fortnightly over 3 locations.
We have bi-monthly events such as city food crawls, lawn bowls, rooftop parties and so much more.
35 - 55’s
This is our Generation X group for those 35yrs - 55yrs – Single – Married – Family with kids.
We run fortnightly LIFE Groups where we get to hang out, meet new friends, receive great support & encouragement, apply the things we are learning about our Christian walk, use our gifts & talents and generally have fun in a relaxed home environment. It’s a place to be connected as we do life together.
We also run quarterly events in order to broaden our scope of friendships.
Are your kids able to take care of themselves or have they left home?
If you answered yes to that question or even no, why don't you come join us for loads of fun!
Us empty nesters deserve a chance to get together and just have fun with each other.
Break With Routine - Enrich Your Lifestyle - Step Out - Enjoy - Have Fun !!
HopePoint Seniors aim is to bless the seniors in our church and in our community, recognising their unique qualities and respecting their faithfulness and consistency following our Lord Jesus, we can learn from them.
Our seniors are so vibrant they even have their own web page. Check it out!
We are BIG hearted people and we love to serve.
Most of the people that call HopePoint church home, volunteer in some way and we have lots of opportunities to get involved.
HopePoint Church is involved in many local community projects where we give both money and time to, such as Twilight Sports where we help to cater for about 100 at risk young people on a Saturday night. Pins and Needles where useful items are made to be given to hospitals such as Cancer Caps and Premi Baby Sets. We have a team ready to prepare meals for those in need. MS Breakfasts to fund equipment for the local MS Gymnasium. As a community we are looking after our local Nursing Home by sending our school students in regularly to perform a concert and our church is caring with Pastoral oversights where a Chaplin visits the residents. We have just started a Dance Group for Primary aged students that runs each Wednesday from 4pm - 5pm during school terms for a gold coin donation.
HopePoint Church is also helping to enlarge the Irene Baker Health Centre at Fore’ Papua New Guinea to a Palliative Care Centre for Women with Terminal Cancer.
HopePoint Church is involved in many local community projects where we give both money and time to, such as Twilight Sports where we help to cater for about 100 at risk young people. Pins and Needles where useful items are made to be given to hospitals such as Cancer Caps and Premi Baby Sets. We have a team ready to prepare meals for those in need. MS Breakfasts to fund equipment for the local MS Gymnasium. We have just started a Dance Group for Primary aged students that runs each Wednesday from 4pm - 5pm during school terms for a gold coin donation.
HopePoint Church is also helping to enlarge the Irene Baker Health Centre at Fore’ Papua New Guinea to a Palliative Care Centre for Women with Terminal Cancer. .
We want to support you in your relationship with God and to help you grow in your faith. Our growth track includes small groups, classes and coaching initiatives to disciple you and to train you to make disciples.
The Kindness Project exists to bring hope to humanity through acts of kindness. Everyone needs a little Kindness! And so we have created THE KINDNESS PROJECT.
Families, groups, classes, teams or communities are encouraged to be creative in finding ways to help others and to form an alliance through Kindness.
Playtime is volunteer based and exactly what the name implies - “play time” for children, hang time for grown ups. Our volunteers are ladies from HopePoint Church, who have a desire to serve our community. If you wish to join then register your name and contact details below, we will then contact you regarding availability times.
WHEN: Weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays according to availability (during school terms)
Please note that you may come once a week on your desired day if it is available
TIME: 10am to 12noon
WHERE: HopePoint Church Discovery Centre in Adventureland
ADDRESS: 42a Beale Street, Georges Hall
COST: $2.50 per child or $5.00 per family
WHAT TO BRING: A hat for sunny days. A change of clothing for waterplay days. Dressed to play with paints, sand and messy child play activities.
We will put you on our waiting list and contact you as soon as a place becomes available.
Helen and the Playtime Team
HopePoint School is a K - 6 school. The school shares 5 acres of park-like grounds with HopePoint Church.
Our school aims to provide an excellent Christ-centred education by building, growing and empowering the students, staff and community.
With core values of Integrity, Unity and Compassion that are at the centre of everything that is planned, decided, communicated and implemented. They remind the students, staff and parents of the standard of character and quality of relationships that should exist in the school.
HopePoint Preschool Centre is a Christian community based, non-profit centre that is committed to providing high quality care and education in order to cater to the various needs of the community. We create a healthy, safe and stimulating environment where children are encouraged to develop to their full potential. To provide high quality care and education where staff and parents work together for the benefit of the individual child. We have two classrooms with 20 children per class. Learning experiences are planned based on the children’s interests (individual and group), strengths and needs. Staff encourage and value parent, family, and community input into the service and programme. The Centre philosophy and the Early Years Learning Framework guide the development of the curriculum.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Friday, 8.15 am - 3.45 pm.
Days closed: School Holidays and Public Holidays.
AGE GROUP 3 - 5 year olds
An independent business, family owned and operated, with Degree qualified educators; Little Feats are located within the grounds of HopePoint Christian School.
Little Feats strives to provide the HopePoint Christian school community and the wider community with the highest quality of Out of School Hours School Care (Before and After School Care & Vacation Care). Their services target school aged students ranging from 5-14 years of age.
Little Feats OOSHC operate on premises out of the school gymnasium.
Before School Care (7:00am - 8:30am)
After School Care (3:00pm - 6:00pm)
Vacation Care (7:00am - 6:00pm)
For more information about this service, head to their website.
Our Café is a great place to relax and connect with others while enjoying a coffee or a bite to eat in a relaxed atmosphere before and after our Sunday morning service.
Hours of Operation:
Sundays: 8:20 a.m. – 9:20 a.m before the service begins 11.00am - 12 noon after the service
Fridays: 8.00am - 11.00am through the school terms.
We understand that every ONE is unique and so we have a lot of ways for you to connect within the life of the church community.
An opportunity to gather ALL women from every season and stage of life! We connect, worship together, receive the Word.
We also engage in projects and initiatives such as Birthing Kit Assemblies to provide health clinics in countries like Uganda with clean birthing kits to help mothers and babies avoid infection and survive childbirth.
Our men's ministry and is dedicated to building better men by developing character, strengthening marriages and families and establishing positive role models.
We meet regularly for men's breakfasts followed by a great word.
PINS and NEEDLES
We are a friendly group of ladies who meet on Friday mornings at 10.00 am to 12 noon. Our purpose in this craft group is to provide a great environment for ladies of our community to experience friendship and encouragement as they develop in their God-given creativity. Our philosophy is that anyone can learn to do a craft, provided she gets taught how to do it!
Newcomers are more than welcome.