Justice & Witness Ministry
Hope Church is forming a team and deciding on our priorities, since there is no shortage of injustice issues that cry out to be confronted. It is clear that Hope has a heart for fighting for justice, and that can inspire us to be energized rather than exhausted when faced with hate and domestic terrorism.
The Book Club participants select interesting and inspiring books to read and discuss. All are welcome to join the group on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 1:30pm in the multipurpose room at the church. The meeting are held from September to May of each year.
Hope Book Club Reading List 2018-2019
Heartache and Hope in Haiti: the Britney Gengel story (Mission Book)
Non Fiction by Len and Cherylann Gengel
The Floating World
By F C. Morgan Babst
We Can’t Help it if We Are from Florida: stories from a sinking peninsula
Non Fiction, edited by Shane Hinton
The New Human Rights Moment: reinventing the economy to end
Non Fiction -Oppression
by Peter Joseph
The Whole Town’s Talking
Fiction -By Fannie Flagg
The Widows of Malabar Hill
Fiction- By Sujata Massey
The Cafe by the Sea
Fiction By Jenny Colgan
Educated (not on book list)
Non Fiction By Tara Westover
Fourth Friday Lunch Bunch
The Hope UCC women’s lunch bunch meet on the 4th Friday each month at noon.
Labyrinth Prayer Walk
Voices of Hope
Happy Seekers Christ Care Group
The Happy Seekers Christ Care Group offers fellowship and support to its members. The group meets on Fridays at 9am for breakfast at a local restaurant (Country Cookin Diner)- located in the Aldi Shopping center -Rockledge. The group then meets back up at the church for a time of discussion and fellowship at 10:30am. Contact the church office for additional information.
The Care Team meets the last Sunday of the month after worship for prayer and planning. This group extends a helping hand and needed support to our church family members who are experiencing health problems and other difficulties.
Team Members Include:
Barbara Cain, Dyanne Edds, Jean Hawkes, Ethel Osterwise and Sally Rood