Leadership Class: Conversations with Biblical Leaders pt2

Leadership Class: Conversations with Biblical Leaders pt2

Jews for Jesus (map)

Want more of “MORE”? Wonder what is next?Want to find out what happens when God calls a immigrant civil engineer, reluctant Prom-King and a formerly incarcerated man? Come and explore examples of biblical leadership to determine what it takes to bring transformation to the workplace. 

Free but registration is required due to snacks/light lunch. 

Contact David for more info.
Midtown Eat-Up

Midtown Eat-Up

Urban Space (map)

Come out to lunch with us! 

After our service, we'll be heading to UrbanSpace Lexington on 51st/Lex to hang out, have lunch (there are a host of vendors there), and get to know others in our community. Whether you're new to a church or a regular attender, we'd love for you to join us and to bring a friend!

If you have any questions, please contact David or Lisa

How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk/Jerkette

How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk/Jerkette

David Lee's Apartment (map)

Come learn about how to pursue healthy dating relationships.  

This class will teach what to look for in a potential partner in a romantic relationship, how to follow your heart without losing your head, and much more!

This class is for single, dating, engaged, and anyone who wants to learn about what it means to have a healthy romantic relationship.

The class will meet on the following FIVE dates: 

Wed, Aug 1
Wed, Aug 8
Wed, Aug 15 - BREAK
Wed, Aug 22
Wed, Aug 29
Wed, Sep 5

The cost for the class is $15 (which covers the cost of a workbook) and registration is required. 

Contact drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info.

Register HERE.

Pot-Luck: International Edition

Pot-Luck: International Edition

Rooftop Room (map)

Let's have a global feast (and game night)!

Bring a dish from your country of ancestry (or just come to hang out :) 

Appetizers
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Dessert
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Donation ($10) 
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Hope Midtown One-Day Vacation Bible Camp

Hope Midtown One-Day Vacation Bible Camp

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

Join us for a one-day Vacation Bible Camp at Hope Midtown!

Kids will have an opportunity to go on an adventure alongside some of their favorite Bible heroes and discover the qualities that make them truly heroic in God. The day will consist of epic music, water activities, crafty crafts, heroic games, and fantastic Bible stories to help kids discover their strength in God. The day includes worship, lunch, games and lots of fun!

Title: Hero Central

Theme: Superheroes

Date: Saturday, August 11th

Time: 10am-2pm

Location: Basement at Salvation Army

Age Range: 3-11

Cost: $10 per kid

REGISTER HERE

Midtown Eat-Up

Midtown Eat-Up

Urban Space (map)

Come out to lunch with us! 

After our service, we'll be heading to UrbanSpace Lexington on 51st/Lex to hang out, have lunch (there are a host of vendors there), and get to know others in our community. Whether you're new to a church or a regular attender, we'd love for you to join us and to bring a friend!

If you have any questions, please contact Chris or Cynthia

Worship Night

Worship Night

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

Join us for an extended Night of Worship in the heart of Manhattan.

Intro to Hope

Intro to Hope

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

If you're new to Hope, come enjoy a free meal, learn the history of Hope, our values, mission, and how you can get involved!

Just grab your lunch after the Worship Gathering (the meal is complimentary and is set-up in the back of the Worship Gathering space) and the location is in the basement. We'll begin around 12:30p.

Email drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info.

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - QUEENS (map)

HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

REGISTER HERE

**Limited spots available

Midtown Eat-Up

Midtown Eat-Up

Urban Space (map)

Come out to lunch with us! 

After our service, we'll be heading to UrbanSpace Lexington on 51st/Lex to hang out, have lunch (there are a host of vendors there), and get to know others in our community. Whether you're new to a church or a regular attender, we'd love for you to join us and to bring a friend!

If you have any questions, please contact Drew

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - QUEENS (map)

HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

REGISTER HERE

**Limited spots available

Copy of Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Copy of Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - QUEENS (map)

HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

REGISTER HERE

**Limited spots available