Adult Ministries

Ladies' Groups

The ladies at Hope enjoy a great time of fellowship as they serve the Lord together. Several times a year, we gather at the church for a theme meeting with a Bible study and refreshments. At other times, we hear challenging messages from God's Word and enjoy a great time of fun together. About every six weeks we also have a ladies prayer brunch, during which we have a time of prayer for each other’s needs.

We enjoy the opportunity to minister to the needs of church members when they need meals during times of bereavement, sickness, or hospitalization and recovery. We also celebrate special moments in the lives of women by hosting bridal and baby showers.

Men's Groups

The men at Hope enjoy camping outings throughout the year complete with tents, hiking, and cast iron skillets! Throughout the year, the men get together for food and fellowship for special events and activities. Several times a year, they gather for a men's prayer breakfast where they enjoy wonderful fellowship around the Word of God and a time of prayer. And the semi-annual Men's Retreat is always a time of spiritual enrichment and wonderful fellowship.

GrowthGroups

What are GrowthGroups?

Sunday
  • During our Sunday Worship hours of 9 AM and 10:30 AM, you can join a Bible Study after or before going to our worship service. It is the same class, just taught by different teachers. It is on a quarterly semester rotation and meets in room 101 A.

Wednesday
  • 1:30 PM class meets for prayer and study with the Pastoral Staff members. This class is taught by our pastor. Also, this is a great class for those who have a hard time driving in the night.
  • 7 PM Teen GrowthGroup is taught by Pastor Brad.
  • 7 PM Adult GrowthGroup 1 varies from semester to semester.
  • 7 PM Adult GrowthGroup 2 is the same class that meets at 1:30 with Pastor.
  • 7 PM Ladies Adult GrowthGroup varies from semester to semester.

Hope Baptist Church
PO Box 2481
Loveland, CO 80539
Email: info@hopebaptistcolorado.org

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