Every Christian is a disciple. To be a disciple means to be a follower. We follow Jesus! Discipling is doing spiritual good to someone else.
Growing as disciples and discipling others in Jesus’ mission is what we are about as a church.
This involves following and becoming more like Him as we seek to engage in His mission.

It is the goal of Living Hope for every person to be discipling another person either one-on-one or in very small groups, and to be discipled by someone else.
Who are you discipling? Who is discipling you?

The adult ministries seek to fulfill this mission as a community of believers through a variety of groups and settings that foster discipleship.

Sunday Life Communities

Small Groups


Women’s Ministry exists to create environments in which women are invited into the life of following Jesus, becoming like Jesus and engaging in the mission of Jesus. Our main objective is to continually move women one step closer to Jesus along life’s way.

The foundation of our ministry is encouraging Women in the Word together.  Our weekly women’s bible studies keep this as our main focus.

Women's Bible Study Options
Please visit our Registration Page for more information and to sign up for our current studies.

Upcoming Women's Events


The Men’s Ministry seeks to encourage, equip, and enable the men of Living Hope for God-honoring service to their family, church, and community. We desire to see men: be brought into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ; be encouraged and edified in their walks of faith; grow in their knowledge and application of Scripture; lead their families and others in the body of Christ; and actively disciple others and share the gospel in the community.

Wed. Night Bible Studies    6:00-7:30 pm

Upcoming Men's Schedule &  Events

The Book of Jude—Fight for the Faith.  This short letter that Jude, the brother of Jesus, wrote was to encourage believers to fight for the faith that was delivered to them in the midst of a world opposed to Christ and where false teaching was running rampant. It is a remarkably dense and theologically rich book of the Bible considering how short it is.  Join us for this 12-week study starting on January 11.
1-2 Timothy & Titus.  These letters are sometimes called the pastoral epistles, and they are three letters written by Paul towards the end of his ministry. These along with Philemon are the only letters of Paul addressed to specific people and not whole church bodies. While Paul addresses Timothy and Titus, young ministry leaders, these letters contain beautiful teachings on the gospel, preserving in it, and life and faith. All men should strive to exemplify the qualities taught in these letters! Join us for this 12-week study starting on January 11.

Hope 4 Recovery

A ministry of Living Hope that is aimed at assisting individuals who have suffered from addictions and similar problems such as gambling, eating disorders, anger, anxiety and depression.  The goal is to bring men and women into a loving relationship with Jesus Christ and assist them in their recovery.

Thursday Evenings: 
6:00 pm - Meal
6:45 pm - Large Group
7:30 pm - Small Group


A thirteen-week program, focused on helping individuals learn how to understand their grief and move forward again. GriefShare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.  Click below to contact us about the schedule or to find out more.


M.O.M.S. (Making Our Motherhood Significant) exists to encourage mothers who have children pre-school and younger.  

Meets every first and third Tuesday (September -May)
9:00 am – 11:00 am

Small groups

Get plugged in and grow with us!

Small  groups help people grow in their faith and build community. Our groups take place throughout the week in different neighborhoods, so use this form to contact us about finding a group that's right for you. We'd love to have you join us!