New to Gen Hope?

We are excited to welcome you to an incredible community of believers! We believe that the church isn't about a building, but about connecting and cultivating relationships that bring life and HOPE through Jesus to every generation. Below are a few ideas for ways you can get plugged in at Gen Hope.


We have an incredible Connect Team at Gen Hope, who look forward to meeting you and helping you get established within our community. If you would like to talk to a Connect Team member, please go to our Connect booth at any Sunday service, and fill out the form through the link below.

Join a Small Group

We believe that life only becomes richer when it's done with a community of believers who journey together with the God of Hope.

At Gen Hope we have many options of small groups for you to choose from. We can't wait to hear which one you choose!


Volunteering is one of the best ways to meet new people and get plugged in with community at Gen Hope Church. To get involved or to let us know what you're interested in, follow the button below.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What days and times are your services?
Our Sunday morning services are at 9:00 & 10:45 AM. We begin our morning with  contemporary worship
followed by a time of Biblical teaching. Our Sunday service lasts about 60 minutes. Get directions here.

Wednesday evening clubs & classes are at 7 PM. This includes youth and seasonal classes. See our Upcoming Events here for seasonal classes.

Our monthly Pursuit Nights are on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM. These 1-hour prayer and worship nights are designed to come together corporately and our focus is seeing the presence of God change atmospheres in our community, homes, the lost & church. Childcare is available birth-5th grade.
How long are your services?

Often we go through a series together that is relevant to everyday life. Our sermons typically last 35-45 minutes. To listen in on some of the preaching we do here at GenHope just click the button below.
Where do my kids go?
Let one of our friendly greeters know you're new when you arrive and they will be happy to show you around.

Nursing Mothers | Our nursing mothers room is located off the back of the sanctuary along the wall with the cross. In there you will find a comfortable place to be with your baby, along with a changing table and television streaming our service to ensure you stay connected.

Birth-4 years | Childcare is available at the beginning of service right off of our fireside foyer. See our check-in/check out system below.

5 years-5th grade | Kids Church begins right at the beginning of each Sunday service. K-5th grades meet together in our back children's wing, located behind our main sanctuary & fireside foyer. After introductions to the morning are set, our 4th & 5th graders break off into a different room in the same building for Sunday teaching. See our check in/check out system below.

6th-8th Grade | Our Middle Schoolers meet for Sunday school downstairs in the "Hideout" room. Let one of our friendly greeters know you're new and they would love to show you the way and introduce you to some new friends. Once the service is over your child(ren) are free to come and find you.
How do I check my kids in?
The safety and security of your child(ren) is our top priority. Because of this, only volunteers who have had background checks are allowed into the classrooms.

Upon arrival you can check your child(ren) in through our electronic check-in/check-out system located in our foyer. One of our friendly team members will be there to assist you with getting to know our system. At the finish of checking your child(ren) in you will receive two important printed sticker. These stickers have your child's code on them and how we identify who your child is and who you are when you come to pick them up. Simply place your child's sticker on their clothing and keep your sticker in a safe place to pick up your child after our services have concluded.

For more information about GH Kids, tap the button below.
What should I wear?
Although there isn't a set requirement of what our guests should wear, the typical attire worn by others on Sundays is semi-casual to dressy. On a normal Sunday you will see most of our leadership wearing jeans and a nice shirt while some ladies may be wearing dresses and, some men, nice pants.
Do I have to put money in the offering?
While you're welcome to give, we don't expect first-time guests to put money in the offering. You will hear a brief teaching about given, but there is absolutely no pressure to do so. If you do choose to give, we have the option of cash or check at our main services, or any of these places.
What are your Covid-19 guidelines?
Please tap the button below for the latest GH Covid-19 updates.