Walk into one of Hope’s campuses, and you’re guaranteed to see our vision in action. As our congregation continues to grow, “reaching the Triangle and changing the world,” literally unfolds. With campuses in Raleigh, Holly Springs and Morrisville, as well as a long list of community outreach events, we’re able to come alongside the communities we serve and reach them with the love of Jesus Christ.
By 2020, our goal is to have six campuses, increasing our impact in the Triangle and reaching more people. As for the world? In addition to our church plant in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, we’re exploring our options for even deeper international connection as we seek God’s will concerning a second campus outside the United States.
Our campuses are designed to meet the unique needs of the communities they serve. While services are consistent through each campus, we provide campus-specific events to reach the community around us effectively and efficiently.
Local Hope partners with a handful of local ministries to help them reach their goals. These ministries include Galley Grocery, WIHN and many more. We believe that in Christ, we are one body, and collectively, we can reach more people for Christ than individually.
Hope is partnering with a group of leaders in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to plant a relevant church with open doors that welcomes people where they are and encourages them to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
This church, called Agape Church, will reach a younger generation through active small groups, Biblical teaching, contemporary and lively worship, modern technology, and an effective children’s program. We’ll send ministry teams to Haiti to equip and encourage church pastors, staff, leaders and members.
Hope believes the Church is the hope of the world. We know that true change can only come to people, to communities, to countries that have a real encounter with Jesus. We desire to see the local Haitian church empowered to bring restoration through Christ to the nation of Haiti.