As a reasonably small community of faith, we realise we can't do everything, but we can do small things with great love!
Here are some of the things we do at the Door of Hope.
Sunday Service (Sundays at 9 am)
Our Sunday morning worship time is relaxed and friendly. As the name suggests, we kick off at 9:00 a.m.
The service generally runs for about 90 minutes. This includes:
Worship through music. We sing a variety of new songs of worship as well as some classics.
Communion. This is something Jesus started as a way of remembering who we are, as people in need of grace, and what Christ has done for us.
Morning Tea. Yes, right in the middle of a Church Service we break for morning tea! We believe God likes to see His kids enjoying each others.
Teaching. Our messages are aimed at real life but grounded in the timelessness of the Bible.
Prayer. We include plenty of time for both individual and community prayers.
(During Sunday Service)
Kids Church caters for children aged 4 through primary school.
It is conducted during the Teaching segment of the morning service.
Young people can and do make powerful contributions to the world right now.
Providing fun, challenge & adventure for all school-aged males, BB trains and empowers young people for effective leading & mission impact in their world today.
With an unashamedly Christian foundation, BB has a proven track record for reaching out and providing mentoring programs for boys of all backgrounds, abilities & interests - broadening their horizons and skills with international recognition for their achievements.
Contact the Door of Hope Office or check out the Boys Brigade website.
We currently have a variety of small groups in operation.
These are designed to connect people more closely with a few friends who meet for encouragement, prayer and faith-based discussion. Please contact the Door of Hope Office for more information on these groups and which might be more suited to your needs.
Door of Hope is excited to partner with Albert State School to offer mentoring to kids at risk. Our church provides volunteer mentors to go into the school and spend one hour per week with a vulnerable child who needs some extra care and support. The impact and power of one-to-one mentoring can have a life changing effect on these children and gives that glimmer of ‘Hope’ that they need.
The Mens Shed exists as a place where men can connect for encouragement.
The actual shed is yet to be built, but men can still come along to the Mens Shed house at 12 Howard Street for a game of pool, wide screen TV, to work on a project or just sit and chat.