Here’s how working under the HOPE banner has helped churches in Coventry.
The Bishop of Coventry says, ‘Local authorities and other charities turn to us and see we are a source of help.’
See below what churches in Eastbourne did as part of HOPE 2018.
Watch this video below from HOPE Bristol where 1400 volunteers worked together over a week at Easter 2018 in 25 communities, with 170 community projects, 25 events and 15 family fun days. At least 20 people became Christians as a result.
To make HOPE happen to the max in the UK we need people with enthusiasm and commitment. Some areas employ someone like Chris Edwards in Coventry to coordinate ongoing activities. In Bristol, Sam Cook is employed as Mission Coordinator, which a specific brief to organise HOPE Bristol’s mission week. Other HOPE practitioners are working on a voluntary basis. The key qualification is to be passionate about seeing churches work together to make Jesus known.
Could you bring churches together to bring hope to your community, while keeping people informed and encouraged? If so then you would be ideal as a HOPE practitioner!
Please complete the form below and we’ll add you to the HOPE practitioners’ list to receive advance information about HOPE’s plans and resources. We will be in touch to help you explore the possibilities and give you support.