Hope Heights

Service Information

Online: Sundays 9:00 AM
In-Person: Sundays 9:00 AM

1400 49th Avenue NE, Columbia Heights, MN 55421

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Online Service

 

Parking

Parking will be available in the loop in front of the high school. Handicap accessible parking is available.

 

What to Expect

A typical service consists of worship through song, the reading of Scripture, a message, and communion. It lasts about 60 minutes. We welcome people to participate in whatever way they feel comfortable. In other words, you are perfectly fine just sitting and observing.

We invite you to come as you are! Our culture is very-laid back, people tend to dress casually. After service, we invite you to stay and connect to others. We hope you can make it!

 

Opportunities for Kids

Children are an important part of our church family and are welcome to stay with adults throughout the service or attend kids church, which will be dismissed after singing together in the beginning of the service.

Looking to get connected? Select “Hope Kids” on the Get Involved Form.

Events

We would love for you to join us at an upcoming event! You can also find details and registration by going to the events tab on the HopeCC app & selecting “Hope Heights”.

Messages

For more messages from Hope Heights, please visit our resources website:

HopeCC Resources ›

Connect

Our mission is to help as many people as possible become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. A big part of that is helping people connect to God, each other and the church. We would love for you to get connected at Hope Heights:

Get Coffee with a Hopester

Learn More About Small Groups

Visit the Get Connected page for more!

Give

To offer a one-time gift or to set-up a recurring gift, please follow this link:

Giving ›

Leadership

Drew Zuehlke

Drew Zuehlke

Lead Pastor of Columbia Heights

This place has become much more than a location to visit each week, but has become a family that has helped me follow Jesus and find community. Hope Community Church is a family of broken people, meeting people where they are but loving them enough to not leave them there. We look to Jesus for our hope, peace, and joy. I pray you would consider checking out our church family and joining us in pushing out darkness in our community, but clinging to Jesus to bring joy to our neighbors. 

—Drew