Youth Ministries

We will LOVE well the youth God is bringing to Hope Church, and the ones still on the way.

Become the person
that God created you to be.

Hope Youth Ministries




Deeper with Jesus

Breakfast Club (6th – 12th graders)

Sundays | 9:30 am |Enter Door #7

Middle school and high school students are invited to meet and develop community through going deeper in God’s Word together.


Closer in Community

Middle School Connect (6th – 8th graders)

Wednesdays | 6:30 – 8:00 pm | Enter Door 6
Middle School students come together to dive into messages of the Gospel, have meaningful small group connections, and create friendships. Questions:

High School Connect (9th – 12th graders)

Wednesdays | 6:30 – 8:00 pm | Enter Door 6
High school youth will gather to have fun, learn together, and develop authentic community through Jesus Christ. Questions:

Parent Connection Class

Sundays, 9:30 am | Enter Door 7

Parents meet together for sharing and prayer time as we grow in our efforts to disciple our children, together. Contact

Middle School “NOT-A-LOCK-IN”

Friday, February 11, 5:00 pm – Midnight | Enter Door 3
6th – 8th graders plan for a night of fun without the “no sleep” effect! Mark your calendars and invite your friends. Contact

Middle School + High School Spring Retreat

April 29 – May 1 | Hope Shores Bible Camp
All youth are invited to attend a retreat to have fun, go deeper with Jesus, and grow closer in community. Contact: Josh VanLith –

Wider in the Kingdom

Richfield Young Life

Richfield Young Life is a valued ministry partner of Hope Church. To learn more about Young Life programs, events, and opportunities. For more information contact Darby Voeks.
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Hope Shores Bible Camp

We offer summer youth camps for our students who have completed grades 2-12.  Camp days will be filled with fun and laughter, good food and great friendships. Campers will learn about faith in God through counselors, meaningful talks, activities, and worship.

Learn About Hope Shores

We desire to create a space that’s safe enough for our youth to be messy.