Classes offered during the week. They are organized around ages, interests, gender, location, date, and time.
Craft Night – Tuesday 6:00 p.m.
Need to get started on your handmade Christmas gifts? Are you looking for a place and a time to work on your hobby? Bring your supplies and come join us for a night of fellowship as we work on different craft projects.
Dinner – Wednesday 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. – Fellowship Hall
Families are welcome to bring their own dinner in the Fellowship Hall.
Wednesday Night Programming
Classes are organized around campus, ages, interests, gender, location, date, and time. Classes typically run 10-weeks, starting in September and January. Find out more about current Wednesday Night classes.
Hope Center Training
Many people have expressed the desire to attend Lay Ministry Training for Hope Center. However, sometimes the meeting day and time doesn’t work into their schedule or childcare is the issue. It is becoming more difficult to find a time that works for people from all walks of life who would like to attend Hope training. What works for one won’t work in another schedule. This year, we think we have a time that will work for everyone.
For the first time, Hope Lay Ministry Training will be a self-study program to be guided and monitored by our counselors. You will view videos, listen to CD’s, complete reports, read materials and schedule appointment times—all when it fits into YOUR schedule. It may be after the kids are in bed, early in the morning, late at night or on your lunch hour. The time you study will be up to you. Reports will be submitted to counselors and appointments will be set for each student to review and discuss material covered. You will be mentored through this process by counselors on staff at Hope Center.
Classes begin September at 7:00 p.m. at the BA Campus. Cost is $30. Make this a matter of prayer – is God asking you to participate in this training? Will you say yes? For questions, call Lois Breedlove at Hope Center of Tulsa, 294-8470.