Parking Lot Church

Dear Friends,

After the survey and our Leadership Council meeting last night, Hopewell will be doing parking lot worship starting June 7, at 10:30 am. The service will come through your car FM radio at 89.5.

There are a few restrictions:

1. Everyone is to stay in their cars. This might change in the future but for now, stay in your car.

2. If your car window is down, wear a mask.

3. A restroom will be open but, we will have gloves for you to put on when entering the restroom. Please try to limit restroom use.

4. Hymn lyrics and responsive readings will be sent out through email and individuals will need to print off at home to use for worship. Or use this link:

September 6, 2020 Worship Service Bulletin

September 13, 2020 Worship Service Bulletin

September 20, 2020 Worship Service Bulletin

September 27, 2020 Worship Service Bulletin

5. There will be a bucket to put offering in but it will not be passed.

6. Please do not exit car to greet others. Waving is allowed

We are asking for you to come early to get you parked. The first Sunday of each month we will take Communion. Communion elements are prepackaged and your car will receive them as your car enters the parking lot, in social distant sort of way.

We are doing this to keep you all safe and to be faithful. We will be able to sing hymns if you stay in your car. Again if your windows are down wear a mask. We are trying our best.

Hope to wave at you soon.


- You might want to bring a bottle of water to drink in your car.

- We will not be able to get prayer requests on Sunday morning. So I need you to share your prayer request by Saturday.

- Communion will be done without the litany from the hymnal, the elements will be blessed and then partaken.

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Hopewell's 215-Year Anniversary

2020 is our 215-year anniversary. During the month of August, the Sermon Series will be: "Old Testament Faces of our Faith." Each week will focus on an ordinary person or persons of faith from the Old Testament who did what they could to make a difference. In recognition of Hopewell's rich history and the contributions of the saints who have come before us, Pastor Wendy would like to include in the service a short story each week describing one of Hopewell's faces of faith. Please take a moment to think about the stories of saints from the congregation that have impacted your faith. Let Pastor Wendy know if you have a story you would like to share.