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As we try to figure out what it means to worship faithfully in light of COVID-19, we are suspending worship in the sanctuary on Sunday mornings through April 5. We will be gathering each week for "virtual worship." For the most recent virtual worship service, click the button below.
Each week, there will be a variety of ways to engage in virtual worship; this includes but is not limited to: song suggestions, recorded sermons, and prayers. To accompany this, we will be holding an online gathering (using ZOOM) at 10:30am Sunday morning to explore the service together. If you would like to join in for this and need assistance, please contact the church office.
Living & Learning
Wisdom & Wonder
Join us Sunday mornings from 9:15 to 10:15 for our unique model of faith formation. We have divided the year into six to eight week periods, alternating between peer (adults and a multi-age class for children/young people) and inter-generational gatherings, during which, all ages gather at tables around light refreshments to sing, read scripture and share conversation about ways they see the Holy Spirit at work in their lives. In this setting, all learn to speak the language of faith using the Bible as a textbook and shared stories as curriculum. The role of parents in the faith formation process is supported and celebrated. Families learn together. We invite you to come and see how the wisdom of the elder and the wonder of the child nurture the roots of faith formation, encouraging the spiritual growth of the whole community.
Finding your Nook in the Community
A variety of small groups meet on a regular basis. These include:
Lectionary Text Studies
Breakfast & Bible
Participants share and care, pray and worship, study the Bible with the intention of practical life application, and engage in service to others. There are other "nooks" inside of our community that gather based on their hobbies or interest. For help finding your nook, click below!
Connecting to the Community
As we share the love, we are committed to serving our wider community. We do this by sharing our building, by supporting community based projects, and by identifying and meeting needs within the community.
Sharing our Building
We invite the community to share our space. We have an accessible facility, with a well-equipped kitchen, sizeable Fellowship Hall, and many classrooms. Several groups make use of our building for meetings, recitals, receptions and concerts. We would love to have you join the community that uses our building.
Creative Connections Play School
CCPS is a non-profit program affiliated with Hopewell Presbyterian Church for children ages 3-5 and inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education. It's all about exploration and discovery--allowing children grow by making their ideas happen.
Hearts & Hammers
Operated by the Hopewell Valley Ecumenical Coalition, a non-profit organization with the support of Hopewell Presbyterian, Hearts and Hammers brings together members of various churches from throughout the Hopewell Valley, pooling together talent and resources to assist community members in need with basic projects around their homes that are just beyond their ability to manage on their own.
80 W Broad St, Hopewell, NJ 08525, USA