Covid-19 Updates

We are open!

We are open for in-person worship each weekend. Due to space restrictions we still require registration or attending. If you choose to worship with us live virtually you can use any of your favorite streaming services (Facebook, YouTube, Roku or Amazon FireTV).

COVID-19 Checklist

If you, or one of your unchurched neighbors, test positive for Coronavirus, we are here to help you through your 14-day quarantine. There is no stigma attached to this disease. So, let’s work hard to get well and keep others healthy, too! Click below for a helpful PDF checklist and an informational article about caring for those with Covid-19.

Covid-19 checklist

For more information from the Mayor’s office regarding COVID-19 screening; when and if you should be tested, CLICK HERE. Pastor Rufus described the process as "quick & safe, with minor discomfort — like the charge of a mosquito” ( not the charge of an elephant 😊)" He'll even prove how easy it is in the video below!


Our AMAZING Kitchen Ministry & College Ministry Staff and Volunteers have fed 1,240 local doctors, nurses, hospital & front line workers from Baptist East, Methodist Germantown, Baptist Call Center, DCS and Regional One! They have also made deliveries of essential items to 110 households and traveled over 300 miles in the process!

Need a delivery?

If you need a delivery—whether food, medicine or basic supplies—we want to help. Take a minute and complete the request form by clicking the link below.

Delivery Request Form 

Want to help?

The Urban Ministry is recruiting more volunteers for our Operation Delivering Hope Initiative. Since early April we’ve been able to deliver hundreds of prepared meals to homebound Hope members and Friends of Hope with weekly food and supplies. We work hand-in-hand with the Kitchen Ministry to ensure minimal contact using their established safety and health protocols. Currently we deliver on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning at 3:00 p.m.

What steps are involved in the delivery process? Click below to read more and to fill out a volunteer form…

Volunteer Information 

Make a mask. Make a difference!

St. Francis Hospital reached out to the Chamber of Commerce to ask if local churches would be willing to help them start to build a supply of masks that will either be used to go over the medical grade mask to prolong the use of them, or they will be used for administration employees and other staff that are not on the “front line”. If you want to help in this effort we would love to have you! There are several ways to help, whether you can sew or not! Fill out the form below and let us know how you want to get plugged in! Once your form is received, one of the project coordinators will be in touch via email. Watch the video by clicking the link below for instructions on how to make the mask. NOTE: All supplies will be provided and all sewing will be one in the comfort of your own home.

Volunteer Registration Mask Video Tutorial DONATE HERE 

You may also donate with a check to Hope Church, Attn: Accounts Recievable, 8500 Walnut Grove Rd. Cordova, TN 38108

Meal Donations

Our Hope Kitchen team and volunteers are preparing meals to deliver to those in need. At this point the best way to support this ministry is with a financial contribution to help with the cost of ingredients. If you’d like to donate towards a family’s care package, $30 covers a family of 4 and $20 covers a family of 2. You can give directly to Hope’s Operating Fund through Pushpay or mail in a check directly to the church.


Checks can be made payable to Hope Church and mailed to:

Hope Church
8500 Walnut Grove Rd
Cordova, TN 38018

Thank you so much for your generosity with our Hope family and Memphis community!

Community Resources

We understand that life can get overwhelming during this quarantine season. That's why we have several resources available to help with the stress and uncertainty. Click the link below to visit our page filled with helpful information such as COVID-19 Screenings, Crisis Hotlines and Homeschool advice (from a pro!). You are not alone in this!

Community Resource Page