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Established in 1995, we’re a nondenominational church,
located just where West End Hyannis borders the quiet Betty's
Pond neighborhood. Our building is real cozy, so we get to know
each other well! We’re growing, though, so we are seeking God's direction in regards to more space to meet and minister, although we are confident that, at least for this season, he has placed us in this community.
For more details on our faith, doctrine and more, CLICK
* Please check the "What's Happening" section on the home page for any changes to our regular schedule.
8:45 A.M. Communion Service: an intimate time
of heartfelt worship, communion, and a Bible-based sermon. (Please
note: child care is not provided at this service.)
10:30 A.M. Praise & Worship Service: opening
with 30 minutes (more or less) of heartfelt worship, followed
by a Bible-based sermon. Refreshments
and fellowship follow.
7:00 P.M. Combined service at the Brazillian Assembly of God on Mary Dunn Road in Barnstable. We are combining with Faith Assembly of God, Church of the Redeemer, and the Brazillian Assembly of God. This is a full mid-week service, with worship, a message, and childcare.
Worshipping God together as a family is very important to us.
We are convinced that there is no greater joy for mankind than
to be employed in this one thing: adoring God. For this reason
we encourage heart-felt congregational singing, using a blend
of contemporary worship songs, mature and beautiful hymns, original
compositions and even spontaneous, unrehearsed, spoken or sung
prayers. Worship is led by a team of musicians and singers, and
you can expect to hear familiar music from sources such as Hillsong,
Passion, Integrity Music, Vineyard, Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman
and others. The congregation is welcome to sit or stand, kneel
or raise their hands, clap or even occasionally dance to the joy
of the music, provided all is done in an attitude of reverence
for God and consideration of fellow worshippers.
For a sample of our worship music, click here.
At Living Hope we worship God and study the Bible in a lively
but relaxed atmosphere. We catch up with each other and talk and
laugh. We take care of one another. We share life with one another,
and we learn what it really means to be a church. When it comes
to teaching, we take the Bible seriously. We share practical messages
that affect life issues, leaning on the proven wisdom of ancient
orthodoxy while applying the ever-relevant scriptures to our busy
world. At the end of the service you can expect to hear an invitation
to come forward for prayer, where the pastors or ministry team
will take time to hear your personal request and pray together
with you. We believe in the gifts, ministry and power of the Holy
Spirit. Therefore we encourage the sick, and those in need, not
to leave without receiving prayer, as the Lord has given many
people swift answers to their requests. To hear excerpts of recent
messages or see sermon titles listings, CLICK