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Part of our vision is to be a socially active church that is a catalyst for positive change in the spheres of business, law, government, the media, education and social justice. In Matthew 5:16, Jesus tells us to let our light shine before others, that they may see our good works and glorify our Father in heaven.
Below are some links to videos, stories and images that demonstrate “Hope in action” and the impact we seek to have in our community.
Originally from Sydney, at the age of 10 Renee Kingsley moved with her family to Brisbane and found her home at Hope City Church. As an active part of Hope’s Brisbane campus, Renee’s passion for Jesus saw her involved with the youth program ...
In 2013, the effects of drought and crop viruses have meant that many Queensland farming families have lost much of, or their entire livelihood for the year. For many of them, Christmas will not include a family feast or gifts. Instead, Chri...
Levi shares his story of God’s provision and grace during times of great heartache.
Jodie shares her experiences of praying for and witnessing miracles in Cambodia and how the presence of God changes lives.
Roger shares how meeting Hope City Church helped lead him to positive transformation in his life.
Linda shares her passion for and experience of being a COACH mentor.
Leonie shares her story of growing up in a family affected by illness and how her experience volunteering for the Ronald McDonald House Mother’s Day event profoundly impacted her.
Courtney (Cort) shares his sudden and profound revelation of God and how his life has been changed as a consequence.
Dave tells his story of being healed from asthma.
Appreciation has poured in for what a team of 65 volunteers from Hope City Church put on for families staying at Ronald McDonald House in Herston during their annual Mothers Day extravaganza. However, as a volunteer during the event, it was ...
Lorrain shares some of her experiences, challenges and rewards of motherhood.
In 2011, Hope City Church assisted the Murphy’s Creek community and particularly the School to get back on its feet after a sudden and tragic flash flood. In 2012, Hope City Church returned to the School to continue the work.
Sam tells her moving story of how the church supported her family amid the devastation of the 2011 Floods in Toowoomba.
Kellie shares her story of the support the men at Hope City Church have given her son with special needs and how strong male role models are having a positive impact in his life.
In August 2011 a team of 9 people from Hope City Church and Hope Empowered travelled to Vietnam and Thailand to continue the work of The Hope Project. The Hope Project seeks to reduce and prevent the trafficking of children and women into se...
Each year on Mother’s Day, Hope City Church and Hope Empowered pamper and honour the parents and children who reside at Ronald McDonald House (Herston). Here are some moments from the 2011 event.
In January 2011, the Murphy’s Creek community was devastated by a flash flood. As a small gesture of our heart for this small, tight-knit community Hope City Church coordinated a one-day make-over of the school to enhance the facilitie...
The 2011 Brisbane Floods caused widespread damage and destruction. The community response, however, was overwhelming and great show of solidarity. Hope City Church spread a team of people throughout Graceville to help as many people as possi...