Hopewell’s Food Pantry is a primary outreach ministry in our church family. Groceries are distributed from our 67 Rockville Street location on Wednesdays. Turkey and fixings are given to those in need during the holidays.
If you need assistance, or if you would like to make a donation to this ministry, please contact Deacon William Randolph at 860.522.4321
Clothes and More Ministry
The Clothes and More Ministry operates out of the Hopewell house on 67 Rockville St. in Hartford. On two Saturdays a month, we accept and give away clothes and small appliances to people in the community that are in need. For questions or to donate, please contact Minister Phyllis McMeans, Coordinator, at 860-895-8956 or Sister Alice Lembrick, Asst. Coordinator at 860-282-9362.
Cancer Support Group
The Cancer Support Group consists of those who are going through cancer treatments, are cancer survivors, and caretakers for those who are caring for a cancer patient. Or maybe you just want to know more on the subject. We meet every Tuesday AFTER third Sunday – 6:00-7:00. Come get a blessing.
Please call the church at (860) 522-4321
Mission: To serve God and to strive to be the church that Christ is coming back for without spot or wrinkle. The Deaconess Board supports the Board of Deacons through the preparation of the communion sacraments and by providing assistance with baptismal services. We are an outreach ministry that serves the needs of members and the community.
The mission of the Deacons is to pray for and support the Pastor, conduct the caring ministry of the Church by doing the work of benevolence, visiting the sick and being alert to the needs of the congregation. Our responsibilities include serving communion to the sick and shut-in upon request and facilitate the Baptism and Communion Services.
The By-Laws Committee safeguards the following of the guidelines of the by-laws. They maintain the documented by-laws and update when requested by the membership.
Café at the Well
Serving breakfast sandwiches, donuts, pastry, coffee, tea, juices, etc. before Sunday service. Full breakfasts are served on occasion.
The nurses administer first aid and give assistance to worshippers whenever needed during church services. Blood pressure testing is offered to members at designated times during the year.
Mission: Our sole purpose is to aid the Pastor
Meeting: 4th Sunday of each month
Seniors on the Move
Music & The Arts
Hopewell Concert Choir
The mission of the Concert Choir is to minister through song to and on behalf of the Church. Our hope is to spread the gospel to the saved, unsaved, church affiliated and unaffiliated alike, through the precious gift of song. Our rehearsal and meetings occur on Tuesday evenings.
The Hopewell Baptist Jordan Choir is made up of adult who love to sing and who are committed to this ministry of Praising the Lord through song. The Jordan Choir sings on the 4th Sunday during the morning service. New members are welcomed to join the choir. Rehearsals are held on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. before the 3rd and 4th Sunday of the month. Wake up each morning with a song of praise!
Liturgical Dancers (Alpha, Omega and Jehovah Praise)
Hopewell’s Praise Dancers are those who love to dance before the Lord and minister to His people through dance. Alpha are young people ages 4-12; Omega are ages 13-19; Jehovah are any age older than 19.
The Publicity Committee publicizes all church functions and advised the church of various mediums to good relations with the surrounding community. Hopewell regularly publishes events and news in the Northend Agents. Information regarding the church and church events can also be found occasionally in the Hartford Courant and on local radio stations.
I.M.P.A.C.T. - INFLUENCING MY PEERS AS A CHRISTIAN TEEN.
This is a newly formed dynamic youth organization. 1 Timothy 4:12 says, "Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, conduct, in love, in faith and in purity". The mission of Influencing My Peers As a Christian Teen is to anchor the youth in the joys and traditions of the Christian faith by building a relationship with God and to understand how God is relevant to them today.
The Youth Department of Hopewell Baptist Church serves to engage its youth members in activities that will develop and inform them spiritually and intellectually in ways that will enrich their lives, as well as the church and the community at large.