Service Times

Worship: Sundays at 10 am in the cafetorium at Lake Nona Middle School (13700 Narcoossee Road, Orlando 32832)

Sunday School: After Labor Day, classes resume for all ages, 11:25 to noon

Mid-Week Bible Doing morphs to two Summer Book Clubs -- slated for Tuesday 7/28 (Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence) and Tuesday 8/22 (TBA). See What We're Doing tab, Calendar of Events for more details.

Who We Are

We are a new worshiping community committed to grow deeper with God and others and reach wider to serve and share God's love with the world. Launched in January 2012, we seek to bring our unique blend of Reformed understanding and passion for Jesus Christ to this emerging community.

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 still percolating – we think these convey our posture when we’re at our best. That means we strive to elevate God, God’s Kingdom, People and Love without neglecting the other factors.


For a month-by-month review of Hope's efforts to reach wider, click and scroll down:
Congratulations to our 2015 Hope Scholarship recipients: Cole Kraft, Katelynn Kraft, Sarah Masten, Antoine Miller and Oak Ridge senior Allie Tanner. Thanks to all who contributed time, porch sale items or money for our 4th annual college scholarship initiative.
On Sunday 5/17 we hosted our 3rd annual Spring Carnival, featuring simple (and a few elaborate!) games, treats, prizes and loads of fun. What a great way to kick off the summer schedule at Hope! Thanks to all who coordinated booths and lingered to celebrate our young friends and family!
As of 5/1/15, Hope Pres has provided 253 microloans in 57 nations (totaling $6,525) via our lending team through Kiva, a nonprofit agency vetting microloans to entrepreneurs in the developing world and the United States. Find our group here, or to learn more about Kiva, check out .

Meet Us

Here's a 2-minute video our denomination produced about the mission and vision of Hope.


Heads-up! A web search sometimes erroneously lists the same address for the middle school as the high school. (They shared space until August 2011.) Address for Lake Nona Middle's stand-alone building is 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.