Welcome to Hope Church Sittingbourne...
When & where do we meet?
We gather together every Wednesday night in various homes across Sittingbourne. Usually from 7:30pm until approx 9:30pm. Sometimes we meet a little earlier for food.
We're starting to gather together on Sunday mornings at Costa Coffee in The Forum from Sunday, 21st October 2018. This will be fortnightly and not your usual everyday church service!
There are also other opportunities to get together - These are also profiled in the LATEST section.
Find out more...
If you are interested in meeting up and exploring how you might be able to get connected and meaningfully involved in the mission of Hope Church Sittingbourne then please do get in touch with us via the form below - We would love to the opportunity to get to know you!
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A collaborative planting adventure
Hope Church Sittingbourne is being planted in partnership with churches from across Relational Mission in Kent.
Cornerstone City Church in Medway and Faversham Community Church are both invested with most of the initial team coming from these two churches.
We are part of the Newfrontiers family of churches and are in fellowship with Sittingbourne Churches Together.
We believe we can do far more together than we can apart!
Our missional heartbeat
Mike Betts, the apostolic leader of Relational Mission, recently stated that the mission of Relational Mission could be summed up as 'E+E=C' or ENOUGH (prayer) + Everyone a Witness (evangelism) = Church Planting.
As a movement, church planting is part of our apostolic DNA - We believe there will be Kingdom advance as we adopt a rhythm of intentional daily prayer and create opportunities to share our faith stories with those we interact with in the day to day.
The fruit of these interactions will be new communities of faith being birthed as disciples are raised up to be sent out into the harvest field.