Living out the Gospel for the Welfare of the City

Strengthening relationships with our Partner Ministries in tangible ways that are meaningful to them so that they view Hope Community Church as a vital, committed partner that is for them in their efforts, which advance their specific goals in seeking the welfare of the city. This will be sustainable by…

Developing a team of advocates that are led by liaisons (Lead Advocates) who deeply care about justice, mercy, and being a blessing to our city, both in word and in action, and are dedicated to their individual Partner Ministry. This will be done through…

Equipping people and providing opportunities to live out the gospel, specifically as it pertains to being a sustainable blessing to the people and communities of the Twin Cities.

Find out more by joining a Partner Ministry group on The City today!

Click the tabs below to find out more about our different partner ministries.

Looking to serve within the church? Click here to fill out our communication card and we’ll connect you with the respective ministry leader.

Hope Academy

hopeacademyHope Academy’s mission is to foster hope in God within the inner-city neighborhoods of Minneapolis by providing youth with an outstanding, Christ-centered education. This inter-denominational school will seek to unleash kingdom citizens who work for justice, economic opportunity, racial harmony, hope for the family, and joy in the community.

Email [email protected] or click on the button below to join the city group.
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New Life Family Services

newlifefamilyservicesAt New Life Family Services, we compassionately open our doors and our hearts to women and men who believe abortion is the “only” solution to an unplanned pregnancy. The First Care Pregnancy Center is located in the heart of Stadium Village on the U of M campus. We offer free pregnancy tests, counseling, sonograms, and personal care, showing the love of Christ to those in crisis.

Email [email protected] or click on the button below to join the city group.

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Source Ministry

sourceLocated in one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country, Source has an urban art center/co-op, community homes, a transitional home for sex-trafficking victims, and a church plant. These exist so that followers of Christ can be a friend by providing physical needs, safe environments, advocacy, and a voice of God’s hope, love, and forgiveness.

Email [email protected] or click on the button below to join the city group.
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Community Emergency Services

cesCES aims to provide high-quality direct service to people in need. Through direct aid relief, advocacy, referral, guidance and prayer support, if desired, CES seeks to strengthen families and individuals. The goal of CES is to move them beyond crisis to financial stability, as well as emotional health, personal growth and spiritual depth.

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We believe that the local church should be a blessing to the city, so we encourage people to look beyond the walls of Hope for ways to serve. Listed above are the organizations that we have decided to partner with. We wholeheartedly support their efforts to tangibly bring the Gospel to our Cities, and we’d love for you to connect with them.

Hope believes deeply in impacting our city, our state, and the world. The church is not a bomb-shelter to hide in from the “dangers” of the world; it is a forward-moving, living body, called to storm the gates of Hell with the Gospel. (Matthew 16:18, Genesis 12:2-3, Jeremiah 29:1-11)

As the body of Christ we are called to bring the Gospel in all its fullness to those around us. The Gospel is not an intellectual assent to a list of doctrinal truths; the Gospel, rather, is the all-powerful, wholly transforming person and work of Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 2:1-10; 2 Corinthians 5:17-21)

The purpose of outreach through Hope is to see people, institutions, neighborhoods, and cities impacted and transformed by the person of Jesus Christ, displayed through his body, the church, in word and in deed. (Colossians 1:3-14; 1 Thessalonians 1:2-10; 1 Peter 3:15-16)