KEY VALUES: Inviting, Connecting and Giving
Scriptural anchor: Matt 28:19, Acts 2:37-38
Time Frame: Seasonal, short to medium term
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Commencing at Door of Hope, ending with a cuppa together at Selah.
Mondays or Wednesdays depending on the needs of the group.
Run by Denise
Held fortnightly on Friday afternoon at Door of Hope.
BYO craft supplies.
Run by Jenny
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For youth in Grade 6-12
Friday Nights 7pm-9pm (during school terms)
Each Friday we create a fresh and welcoming environment to create community through games, short engaging messages, worship, and meaningful conversations.
Find out more about Youth Programs here
Last Tuesday of every month (during school terms)
Smaller connect groups run Tuesday + Wednesday nights
Sunday night hangs
Find out more about Young Adult Programs
Commencing in February 2023.
Next running on April 13th at 2 pm at Door of Hope
Every year we invite our community to join us in Ulverstone for Hope Camp.
Held annually on the March long weekend, Hope Camp is about community, and we welcome anyone to join us.
Find out more about Hope Camp here.
There are virtually limitless ways you can volunteer at the Door of Hope. We have people who volunteer from a few times a year to multiple days per week – and just about every possibility in between.
Find out more about Volunteering at Door of Hope
Held fortnightly on Fridays at Door of Hope
A group of keen pray-ers who are interested in craft.
Run by Judy East
Hope Discovery Playgroup is a fun, interactive playgroup for parents/carers of children from infants to the age of 4, running on Thursday mornings (during school terms) from 10:00am to 11:30am.
Find out more about Mother's Group/Playgroup
Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore life and the basics of the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment. Whether you’re just checking it out, new to faith, or coming back to church, you are invited.
Find out more about Alpha
Making a difference with wheels
Mad Wheels (Making A Difference Wheels) started in 2004 with a $100 note and a vision to help the community. It has now grown into a fully equipped automotive workshop within the Door of Hope facility where our dedicated team of volunteers restore donated cars and then "pay it forward" to people in our community.
Since commencement, more than 140 vehicles have been gifted to people in our community.
Find out more here