Our vision is for God’s kingdom to come (NB. the Lord’s Prayer). We see this modelled in Acts 2v42-47 in their daily devotion.
We see people gathering in homes and public buildings across the area to worship God, encourage each other and draw in others daily.
2010 – God clearly led us through some independent prophetic words to plant a church with Christ Central in this area.
2012 – Hope Community Church, Admaston was planted out of Hope Shrewsbury with 12 participants.
2013 – Hope Community Church became a registered charity in July.
2014 – We moved from St Christopher’s Room to the Main Room in Admaston House.
2016 – The start of more significant growth in the church.
We are part of the ChristCentral network of churches which itself is part of the newfrontiers family.
In Shropshire, this network comprises:
The leaders of these churches are mutually accountable to one another and encourage one another on a regular basis. We also have conferences, training, celebrations and prayer together with the whole church body.
We adhere to the traditional mainstream creeds (eg Nicene Creed), and in particular confirm the Evangelical Alliance basis of faith which was incorporated in our governing documents in 2013.
A copy of our basis of faith can be opened here.
Below are relevant hope community church policies for your references.
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We highly value
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Our strategy is to live out our Values individually and corporately:
These are not independent, but are linked. They can only be achieved as we know the love of the Father, the grace of Christ and the empowerment of the Spirit.
We have a team of Trustees who oversee the legal and administrative side of the church.
We aspire to a team of Elders who oversee the spiritual and pastoral side of the church.
We have a team of Leaders who work with the above teams in different roles in the church.
The leadership team comprises:
Our practice is probably best described as Evangelical Charismatic with a family feel. We seek to model ourselves on the New Testament church best practice: