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AMPS Youth Ministry - Middle School
Every parent knows that middle school is a time of great growth and great challenges. AMPs is a ministry with a goal to build friendships with Jesus and with each other. Here we all learn to live and love like Christ – at home, at school, and especially when no one is looking.
The first three Sunday mornings of the month, AMP meets during the message. On the fourth Sunday – when we share the Lord’s Supper – middle schoolers remain in the adult worship service.
For additional information about our AMPs middle school ministry, contact Ken Dahm, 549-9449
Children's Ministry: Faith Factory
Faith Factory is Chesapeake Community of Hope’s ministry for children 3 years old – 13 years old.
Every Sunday at the time of the message, the children are dismissed for Faith Factory. Using dynamic, Bible based, Christ-centered, and fun curriculum from some of today’s best publishers, kids learn that they can have a personal relationship with Jesus and can really change the world – right now! We also have social and outreach events for CCOH kids and their friends throughout the year. For additional information contact Allison McKenzie, 436-0079
The current classes are:
Nursery - Infant through 2 years old
Gadgets – 3 through 4 years old
Sprockets – 5 through 7 years old
PVC’s (Positive Vibes for Christ) – 8 through 11**
**11 year olds get the choice between PVCs and AMPs
Amplified Youth Ministry – High School
Our vision is for all youth to develop a life-long personal relationship with God. Our mission is to teach youth to speak the truth, avoid the trap of offense, and to be disciples of God. Our teens stay with the rest of the congregation on Sunday mornings because we believe they are young adults and we want them to know that! Teens can serve with our intergenerational ministry teams such as children’s or audio/visual ministries.
The events for our teens are listed on our yearly calendar. We also go on fun, group outings to grow closer to the community, each other, and most importantly God.
Youth Nights are Thursday nights, 5:30-7pm. Join us for fun, food, and fellowship! (Pizza $1 per slice) (during the school year)
For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CCOH Women of Hope engage and partner with one another as we learn and grow together in Christ. Through Bible studies, book clubs, community and congregational service, missional support, retreats and social/seasonal events, we strengthen our relationship with God, each other, and the world around us. For more information on women's ministries, please contact Michelle Halleen at email@example.com.
It’s been said, “Women talk face to face; men talk shoulder to shoulder.”
The men at Chesapeake Community of Hope live that out – walking, working, and growing their faith, shoulder to shoulder. Events throughout the year allow us to help our church family, serve our community, and just have fun fishing or getting in a round of golf. We also meet once a week where guys can be real with one another in our journey as men – at 8:00 on Saturday mornings. On the first Saturday of the month, we have breakfast at the church and on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Saturdays of the month we meet at the Chick-fila on Grassfield Parkway. For more information on our men’s events, contact the church office, 436-0079.
At CCOH, Celebrational Worship is one of our core values. Those involved in the worship ministry – musicians, sound and video engineers, a visual arts team, writers and poets – understand that we must all be worshipers before we can effectively lead worshipers.
This is an area of dynamic growth and opportunity at Chesapeake Community of Hope. For additional information contact the office: 757-436-0079
Our Stated Purpose: To uphold the congregation and its ministries in prayer and to educate, empower and inspire the congregation in their prayer lives.
Intercessors meet every Wednesday evening to pray for requests submitted by the congregation and other burdens placed on our hearts by the Holy Spirit. Please see the bulletin announcements on our website under the Get Connected tab for times and dates.
Trained Prayer Teams are available to pray with you after the Sunday Service for physical healing as well as other needs you may have.
For additional information, please contact Rena Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org