Sunday Service 9:30 am
Apple Tree Creek Memorial Hall (Bruce Highway)


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We believe in one Almighty God, the Fatherthe Son and the Holy Spirit, maker of heaven and earth

At Hope Community Church we have a saying, you’re invited. 
We welcome visitors whether you’re passing through town or live locally. We’d love to meet you and help you find your place in the Kingdom of God. There’s always room for you to join our family as we seek God.  You can encounter spiritual truths and wrestle with questions in a safe and welcoming community. God is moving and it’s an exciting time! 

---Our Pastors 


“Our heart & soul is to connect people with the living and powerful God.”

We desire to reveal the truth of God and His unfathomable love for us all, His creation. Everyone needs to know that the Lord is good! After all, Jesus came to save the world, not condemn it (John 3:17).  We serve an awesome God of miracles who loves us all beyond comprehension. We don’t just say it, we don’t just believe it but we know it. We have seen miracles, we have seen answered prayer and we’re only just starting.  We invite you to get to know the Lord as well, there’s none like Him.

Want To Learn More?

We invite anyone and everyone to attend our Sunday gatherings at 9:30 am [Apple Tree Creek Memorial Hall] Come and experience the presence of God in a real, tangible way. It’ll change your life!


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Healing Testimony


No one has ever told me this before

One Sunday morning I went to the 7:30 service at St Johns, intended on going to Albert St for 9:00, I  took a left instead of a right and ended up on the corner of Edward and Queen Streets (God’s plan not mine). A homeless man was there selling The Big Issue magazine.  The lights went green, he tried to sell to me, I said sorry I need to cross, I walked a few feet, I was running very late, I felt bad for not talking to that man, I repented of it,& turned back., I spoke to him, asked what he would do with the


I was healed!

My dear friend from down south would like to share her last few weeks with you.  By the way this gorgeous little woman of God is in her eighties. 

“Two weeks before Christmas I went to see my doctor regarding a couple of sunspots on my face.  He checked them and said he could fix them no problem…but he said he was more concerned about a BCC on the left side of my nose.  It had to come off but would need a biopsy needle and would be quite painful.  I told him I would like to leave it until after Christmas.  Naturally I prayed that the Lord would sort it out and take care of me. 


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We believe in the power, necessity and faithfulness of prayer.  We serve an almighty God, who loves us beyond measure.  He wants us to cast our cares upon Him.  

Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails to much. [James 5:16]



Surrendering in worship is one of the best things we can do.  

In worship (all forms) we exalt God and humble ourselves. This is the place where God moves.

Prayers are answered, healing is manifested and victories are won.
Hope Community Church has a contemporary worship service, live music, modern songs
and most importantly, welcomes the presence of God.

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er Baptisms
Water Baptisms
Water Baptisms

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Want to hear a humbling story, a powerful testimony of God’s almighty provision? This is no mere building fund, this is answered prayer.  He is the God of miracles.  

Have you not known?  Have you not heard?
The everlasting God, the Lord, The Creator of the ends of the earth, Neither faints nor is weary. His understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the weak, And to those who have no might He increases strength.  Even the youths shall faint and be weary, And the young men shall utterly fall, But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint. [Isaiah 40:28-31]