TWO CONGREGATIONS, ONE VISION

Hope is one church with two congregations. Our congregations enrich each other by sharing knowledge, resources, creativity, leadership, and burdens. Learning from one another’s successes and failures, and partnering together to see the gospel move forward in our city, we believe we are better together.

Some things we think are important


We don’t want to hide the fact that we are broken and messed up people. Our specific issues may differ: But we have this in common: we have come to discover that though we are more of a mess than we could ever imagine, we are more loved by Christ than we ever dared to hope. This good news is changing our lives.


Authenticity



All of Life



God is the creator and redeemer of all things. Therefore, we seek to live every aspect of our life, including our vocation, education, family, care for the earth, life in the neighborhood, and cultural engagement in a way that honors Jesus and reflects his good will for life.


We love this city and advocate for organizations, through both financial and volunteer involvement, that are doing the difficult work of providing aid and assistance to those who need it most. We champion local businesses and non-profits who make our city a better place.


Our City



The Mind



We are not content with pat answers to the most complex questions of human existence. Together we are seeking to bring life’s biggest questions into dialogue with the best biblical and theological reflection.


Followers of Jesus who share a common dream for our city and world are better together. This conviction is the rationale behind our organizational structure as one church, many congregations and also leads us to forge partnerships with other churches and non-profits who are seeking to spread the restorative power of the gospel in our city.


Better Together


Some things we think are important



Authenticity


We don’t want to hide the fact that we are broken and messed up people. Our specific issues may differ: But we have this in common: we have come to discover that though we are more of a mess than we could ever imagine, we are more loved by Christ than we ever dared hope. This good news is changing our lives.


All of Life


God is the creator and redeemer of all things. Therefore, we seek to live every aspect of our life, including our vocation, education, family, care for the earth, life in the neighborhood, and cultural engagement in a way that honors Jesus and reflects his good will for life.


Our City


We love this city and advocate for organizations, through both financial and volunteer involvement, that are doing the difficult work of providing aid and assistance to those who need it most. We champion local businesses and non-profits who make our city a better place.


The Mind


We are not content with pat answers to the most complex questions of human existence. Together we are seeking to bring life’s biggest questions into dialogue with the best biblical and theological reflection.


Better Together


Followers of Jesus who share a common dream for our city and world are better together. This conviction is the rationale behind our organizational structure as one church, many congregations and also leads us to forge partnerships with other churches and non-profits who are seeking to spread the restorative power of the gospel in our city.

LEADERSHIP

Hope Church is guided by one board of elders comprised of men from each congregation.
Each congregation is then led by a localized team of pastoral and directorial staff.
Click here for Hope N.E. Heights Staff. Click here for Hope Westside Staff

David Noble

Doug Nordquist

Erik Nielson

Jason Dencklau

Josiah Bigelow

Kurt Sorenson

Paul Marcus

Ryan Bestelmeyer

Brad Reddeman

 
 
 

BELIEFS

Hope Church Believes in the authority of the Christian Scriptures for our life and practice. We hold to the essential orthodox Christian beliefs as best expressed in the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed. We are associated with the Evangelical Free Church of America and affirm the EFCA statement of faith.


FAQs:

HOPE N.E. HEIGHTS

4710 Juan Tabo
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Service Times:
Sundays, 9am & 10:45am

CENTRAL SERVICES OFFICE

4710 Juan Tabo
Albuquerque, NM 87111

(505) 292-5444
office@hopechurchabq.com

Office Hours:
Mon.-Thurs. 9:00-4:30

HOPE WESTSIDE

4801 Montaño Rd Suite A-2
Albuquerque, NM 87120

Service Times:
Sundays, 10am

HOPE N.E. HEIGHTS

4710 Juan Tabo
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Service Times:
Sundays, 9am & 10:45am

HOPE WESTSIDE

4801 Montaño Rd Suite A-10
Albuquerque, NM 87120

Service Times:
Sundays, 10am

CENTRAL SERVICES OFFICE

4710 Juan Tabo
Albuquerque, NM 87111

(505) 292-5444
office@hopechurchabq.com

Office Hours:
Mon.-Thurs. 8:30-4:30