We provide support to the bereaved, hospitalized, terminally ill, separated, divorced, unemployed, relocated, and others facing a crisis or life challenge. Our pastors, staff, deacons, and Stephen Ministers are willing to walk with you through the trials and triumphs on the journey of life.
"We love because He first loved us." 1 John 4:19
Hope has a Duty Pastor available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 901-755-7721.
Deacons are the instrument for the ministry of compassion, and as such they demonstrate God’s love to the people of Hope Church. They are honored to have been given the privilege to pray and care for you. Teams of five to nine Deacons serve in one of eleven geographic regions that cover Memphis and most of the surrounding communities. Click here to find out what region number you live in and who your deacons are!
Stephen Ministry is one-to-one Christian care for those going through a crisis or life challenge. A Stephen Minister is a child of God who walks beside a person who is hurting, a congregation member with gifts for caregiving, who was carefully selected to serve in this role, a lay person who has received 50 hours of training in providing emotional and spiritual care, a caring, Christian friend who listens, cares, prays, supports, & encourages and someone who will be there for his or her care receiver, meeting faithfully for about an hour each week, for as long as there’s a need. If you need the support or care of a Stephen Minister, or if you would like to become a Stephen Minister, you can begin the registration process here.
In need of prayer? We want to know and are waiting to pray with and for you! Please submit your request online. Be assured that your request is taken very seriously and will be kept confidential. In addition, Hope’s prayer room (Room 301) is staffed with pastors and elders after each service who welcome an opportunity to pray with you.
Hope attempts to support families in the midst of their loss and grief. Hope pastors & volunteers are available to meet with families in order to plan and conduct a service. Policies & Procedures are available by contacting us here.
The Samaritan Fund can offer temporary emergency financial assistance to members or regular attendees of Hope Church. Note: A member or regular attendee is someone we can verify attends Hope’s Worship Services at least twice per month for a minimum of six months, and is active in some form of ministry at Hope, unless at present there is an extenuating circumstance prohibiting their involvement (i.e., illness, family illness, etc.). Email us for more information
A Caring Ministry team member will visit and pray with Hope members, visitors and/ or their immediate family while in the hospital. If you or a loved one would welcome visitation, make your request here.
Often, after being discharged from the hospital, the long process of rehabilitation or therapy continues. This ministry attempts to support and encourage individuals in the midst of their tedious journey of ongoing care needs due to illness or injury or reconstruction. Email us for more information.
For counseling information at Hope, email Anne Floyd, call her at 901-881-5857.
There are various avenues of grief support within the ministries of Hope and outside the walls of Hope. Children, teenagers and adults can and should be supported during the loss of a loved one. Email us for more information.
Hope has multiple recovery groups. Recovery brochures with specific time and group information are available at the Main Information Desk and Recovery tables throughout the building. Information is also available here. Email AmyPuddephatt, or Pat Kendall.