Welcome to Mt. Hope Congregational Church, where faith, hope, and love meet!
We know your visit today is via the internet, but even so we appreciate you being with us.
Mt. Hope Church has a number of excellent fellowship groups designed to bind us together through fun social activities.
Community is our young adult (20s and 30s) group that meets monthly for a fun activity. Community has a special Facebook group that’s used to coordinate events and times between families.
F.I.C. means “Friends in Christ” — and that’s just what they are. This long-running group of 40- and 50-something adults schedule monthly activities and Bible studies. Contact Kathy Kozakowski for more info.
Pairs and Spares prove the adage that life gets better the older you get! This group is primarily comprised of retired friends who get together monthly to keep the spark going. Expect lots of laughs and stories from these members!
Rebekah’s Circle is a women’s service organization that meets to help others through drives, pledges, donations, correspondence and more!
Sit-a-Spell Society (SASS) works with yarn and sews while fellowshipping. The team is currently working on 8″ squares for KasCare, an organization that provides aid for AIDS orphans. Contact Sheri Beaman for more info.
The Mt. Hope Literary and Chocolate Pie Society is exactly that — a group of book-lovers who also love pie! This group meets together on the first Tuesday of every month to enjoy desserts while talking about a recently read novel.
Men’s Breakfast is a recurring Saturday morning breakfast that meets for food and talk before the weekend gets going! Contact Rick Grundner for more info.