We understand that church (in many ways) can be a little intimidating. This is especially true for anyone that visits for the first time. That’s why we want to make sure that your time with us as enjoyable and stress free as possible. We start at 10:00 but would encourage you to show up a few minutes early, especially if you have young kids.
Hope is Here
Sundays @ 10:00 | 1860 Mellwood Avenue Louisville, Kentucky
What to Expect.
We designed our weekend experience specifically with you in mind. People from different backgrounds, different cultures and different faith traditions have felt quite comfortable at Hope. There is no pressure, no judgment and only an exciting expectation to connect with God when arriving for a weekend experience.
From beginning to end we want your child’s experience at Hope Kids to be the absolute best! We welcome children birth through 5th grade into our kids program during the adult worship experiences every Sunday. We know that raising children is a major responsibility, we want to partner with parents and families to raise up the next generation.
Location & Map
We are located at the Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center at 1860 Mellwood Avenue. Parking can be found up the hill and across the street from the main entrance off of Delmont Avenue.
Take a Step
It’s hard to get to know a church simply based on its website. A church is more than an organization, it is an organism. Relationships drive everything we do. Here are a few ways that will help you get to know us a little better…
Every great story has an introduction – this is ours. Prologue lets you into the story of Hope Culture. (Where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going.) Here, we’ll talk about not only what it means to be a part of a culture of hope but why we do some of the things we do. At the end we’ll open it up for you to be able to ask any questions that may be burning in your mind.
Connect in a Group.
Looking to connect at Hope? This is the place to do it! Relationships are the life blood of Hope Culture. We have a picture of sharing life together, called Campfires in the City. A campfire is a place to share stories about what it means to live for God. It is a place where memories are made and genuine conversations of faith happen. Connecting in a group begins to form who is around your campfire.