House of Hope Youth Ministry strives to equip youth with the skills needed to lead a full and meaningful life and to create a safe environment in which they can thrive.
House of Hope Youth Ministry strives to equip youth with the skills needed to lead a full and meaningful life through service and learning, and to create a safe environment in which they can thrive.
At House of Hope, we continue to work on the Christian formation of our youth and their integration into the wider church community. Our goal is to provide them with a safe place to explore issues of faith, morals, social justice, and service. Our youth also grow and learn about their faith through retreats, lock-ins, service projects, and mission trips.
Read more about our summer activities in our HOH High School Newsletter.
Confirmation is an opportunity to learn about our faith tradition, to understand the core beliefs of the Presbyterian Church (USA), and to take ownership of our faith. Confirmation is a journey we take with our peers, families, and leaders as we deepen both faith and friendships.
A one-year program, confirmation combines classroom and experiential learning opportunities, typically beginning in ninth grade. At the end of the year, students have the opportunity to join the church through a service of “Reaffirmation of the Baptismal Covenant for Those Making a Public Profession of Faith.” Individuals who are not yet baptized may do so on the day they are confirmed.
Our High School Youth Program is a ministry for young adults in grades 9–12 to experience fellowship, faith formation, and faith in practice.
Our Middle School Youth Program is a ministry for youth in grades 6–8 to experience fellowship, faith formation, and faith in practice.
Middle School Mission Days
During the summer, middle school youth are invited to join on daylong service trips, where we serve our home community, our local community, and our global community.
All students in grades 6–12 are expected to worship with the congregation on Sunday at 10 a.m. Each week, our youth help lead worship in various ways, by offering a prayer and/or singing in the choir.