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Worship: Sundays at 10 am in the cafeteria at Lake Nona Middle School, 13700 Narcoossee Road, Orlando 32832.

Dig Deeper: We're experimenting with new approaches -- including occasional 'Mystery Table' gatherings, Movie Club, periodic digital communities.

Mid-Week Bible Doing meets select Tuesdays from 6:30-8 pm. In Spring 2020 we resume our twice-monthly Movie Club, watching films and discussing intersections of faith.
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Who We Are

Loving. Inclusive. Affirming. 

We are a fun and imperfect community of Christ-followers, committed to grow deeper with God and  others and reach wider to serve and share God's love with the world. What's more, we look a lot like the universal Church: a multi-ethnic family of all ages, affirming the worth of every human being.

Launched in 2012 as part of 1001 New Worshiping Communities of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), we aim to bring our unique blend of Reformed understanding and passion for Jesus Christ to this emerging community.

Hope is loving, inclusive and affirming -- welcoming people of every race, gender, orientation, age, physical and mental ability, national origin, economic station and political perspective to full participation in the life of our community. All of us are made in the image of God – and each of us is a work in progress.

We believe every Christ-follower is a minister -- and that we live all of our lives unto God.

In a nutshell, here are our priorities:
  • God before All
  • Kingdom before Congregation
  • People before Property
  • Love before Doctrinal Precision
Though the list isn’t comprehensive – and frankly, it’s always percolating – we think these convey our posture when we’re at our best.


For a month-by-month review of Hope's efforts to reach wider, click and scroll down:
Throughout February, donate gently used or broken electronics -- lamps, toasters, clocks, coffee makers, DVD players, anything that plugs in! -- for our Used & Broken to Beautiful collection. We'll deliver donations to The Sharing Center in Longwood -- where volunteers repair electronics for the Thrift Store, benefiting persons transitioning back to housing. The Sharing Center salvages any items that can't be repaired to minimize negative environmental impact. Bring your donations to church!
As of 2/1/2020, Hope Pres has provided 884 microloans in 80 nations (totaling $22,550) via our lending team through Kiva, a nonprofit agency vetting microloans to entrepreneurs in the developing world and the United States. Find our group by clicking here --  or to learn more about Kiva, check out .
If you're already committed to Hope's vision & work, click here to donate now.

Meet Us

Here's a 2-minute video our denomination produced about the mission and vision of Hope. Click on the YouTube icon to open it in a new tab.


We gather for worship at Lake Nona Middle School,  13700 Narcoossee Road, Orlando 32832.

Hear the Word

To stream or download our Messages of Hope, click on the "Hear the Word" link at the top of these pages, or visit

To subscribe to our podcasts, click here in your favorite podcast client, or search for the tag #hopenona in the iTunes store.

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