May 10, 2019
SR. HIGH - JUNE 24 - 28
JR. HIGH - JULY 15 - 19
If you have completed grades 2-12, join other youth and children as Hopewell Summer Camps impacts your life in a way you will never forget! You will be encouraged with incredible worship and teaching from the Word of God and have a blast participating in numerous activities each day, as well as group events.
Pick up an informational brochure and registration form at the
Welcome Center or in the New Life Center, or look for more details at their website HopewellSummerCamps.org .
Scholarships are available on a first come, first serve basis.
Get your application in early to receive a discount!
MAY 30 AT 7:00 PM
Come out for a night of wise council, powerful testimony and guiding prayer. Featuring guest speakers Bob & Amy Mayberry and
Bill & Karalice Eaton. Come on out for an amazing night of wisdom and testimony.

Childcare is available by registering by Tuesday, May 28 by CLICKING HERE.

For more information, contact Lauren VanSteenvoort at LVanSteenvoort@gmail.com.
JUNE 1 AT 10:00 AM
Fusion and BA56 mothers and daughters are invited to a brunch party for a late Mother's Day Celebration! Girls in 5th - 12th grades, bring your mom, grandmother or any other female adult close to your heart. Registration will include a craft and a brunch meal where we will learn about growing and cooking with fresh herbs.

Register online by Wednesday, May 29 by CLICKING HERE.

Cost is $5 per person. If money is a hardship for you, contact Veronica Gerace at veronicag@hwcf.org or call at 610-216-1402.

JUNE 9 AT 10:00 AM
High school and college graduates, congratulations on your accomplishments! We would like to recognize you and celebrate your accomplishment during a portion of our Sunday morning service. During that service, we will announce your name, give you a gift and have you and your parents stand up front to be prayed for by the congregation. For us to do so, you will need to register online by Sunday, May 12. We cannot guarantee a gift or participation in the service if we do not receive your registration.

Register for the ceremony by CLICKING HERE.

For more information, contact Derek Ryder at derekr@hwcf.org.
JUNE 13 AT 6:00 PM
Women of Hopewell, come together and enjoy an evening featuring a light supper, strawberry dessert and artistic expression through painting! Cost is $10 to cover painting supplies. Register online to attend and contribute a side dish or dessert to share.

Register to paint by CLICKING HERE. Painting space is limited but all are invited to dinner.

For more information, contact Holly Lewis at hollyjlew@gmail.com.
Streaming our Sunday morning service has a huge impact on the church. For starters, any given Sunday about 1 in 10 people "attending" our morning service is watching online. And we expect that number to grow soon when we start streaming through Facebook Live. In addition, recent studies have shown that when people look for a new church, most check out the church's website and watch the Sunday service - before they ever set foot in the church building.

Our Stream Team makes all of that possible. And we need people to help keep our streaming up to the quality to which we've all grown accustomed. There's not a single person on our Stream Team that had experience with video or audio before joining the team. We have trained every single one. And we'll train everyone that steps up to the challenge now.

We don't necessarily need seasoned videographers or sound techs, we need people that want to see the church thrive and are willing to serve one Sunday a month to make it happen. In short, we need you. Our team ranges in age from 15 to 80. We have men and women serving. Some have advanced college degrees, others are still in high school. We have Jesus in common - and a desire to share the Gospel. If you have the desire to serve Jesus, we can train you to put that into practice by sharing our Sunday morning services to people outside the walls of our sanctuary.

To get involved, contact Rick Taylor at rickt@hwcf.org or connect with him after church on Sunday.
Veronica Gerace is on staff at Hopewell as the Ministry Assistant, working closely with Derek and the Fusion students.

In August, she will have the opportunity to be stationed in Germany at the Black Forest Academy for two years. She is currently fundraising for her pre-departure orientation in June.

Join her in prayer and consider contributing financially by clicking here.
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported Veronica at her German Lunch Fundraiser! Thanks to your collective efforts, she was able to raise $2,000 for her upcoming missions work! We encourage you to continue supporting her through prayer, emotional support or financially if you are able as she continues to raise money and while she is in Germany.
CLUB jr.
(ages birth - 5 years)

Sunday, May 10 @ 10:00 AM
Children will begin this month's life application: God helps me do big things. Kids will read from Joshua 1:1-9 and learn about when Joshua becomes the new leader of God's people after Moses dies.
CLUB 252
(grades K - 4)

Sunday, May 10 @ 10:00 AM
Children will continue learning about this month's life application: Perseverance. They will read Acts 16:16-40 and go over Paul and Silas being in prison.
(grades 5 & 6)

Sunday, May 10 @ 10:00 AM
This week the tweens will continue their new series, "Under the Radar." They will discuss how sin and temptation sneaks up on people and what safeguards God provides to help navigate through life.

This week's discussion will be about the music we listen to and how it can influence our lives in either positive or negative ways. Follow up with your kids on the way home from church!

The next BA56 meeting will take place on
Wednesday, May 15 @ 6:30 PM

(grades 7 - 12)

Wednesday, May 15 @ 6:30 PM
Students will wrap up their series on dating entitled, "No Regrets." The final message focuses on the fact that God's redemption is more powerful than our regrets and is titled, "Made New." It's easy to forget and struggle with that truth, so come out and receive encouragement!

Wednesday, May 22 @ 6:30 PM
In preparation for his upcoming sabbatical, Pastor Derek Ryder will be sharing on the theme of his studies and his hopes for a deeper connection with God for himself and for the Fusion students over the summer. Students will also have an opportunity to ask questions in regards to the sabbatical.

Unite with friends
Transform through a growing relationship with God and be
Released into schools and communities to share what God is doing
May 12, 2019 @ 10:00 AM
Found In You by Vertical Worship

Every Giant Will Fall by Rend Collective

Build My Life by Brett Younker

The Passion by Hillsong Worship