Worship Service


Bible Driven

We preach the Bible, sing the Bible, read the Bible, pray the Bible, and practice the Bible. We believe in Sola-Scriptura, the reformation teaching that says the Bible is the ultimate authority for the church. 

Expositional Preaching

Simply put our desire is to expose what the Bible says to you in a way that is faithful to its original message. You will hear a message from the Bible every week. At Hebron Church of Hope we believe that the Bible is inerrant, sufficient, and our authority. 

Music: Theologically Rich and Relevant

Our band leads us in music every week. Our songs are meant to be sung as a congregation. We believe music is a core element of our church gathering. We comb through our songs to make sure that what we are singing matches what we believe and that every song's message will point you to the truths of the gospel and scripture. 

Casual Environment

Don't feel pressure to wear a suit and tie at Hebron Church of Hope. We are casual people. From what we wear to how our service is conducted. Before and after the service we have music playing, and we enjoy a good cup of coffee. We've got coffee available for you to bring into the service that is brought to us by local vendors. The chairs in our historic building might come as a surprise too. 

Kid Friendly

We love kids! We provide nursery for kids up to 5 years old. Our nursery volunteers are rigorously tested with references and background checks. We encourage you to have your kids in the service too. We're not bothered by your kids, they are a blessing to us. 


Discipleship Groups

What are D-Groups?

We see discipleship happen in three areas: together as the gathered church, in small group settings, and one-to-one relationships. Discipleship involves reading the Bible, praying, serving, and giving. This happens Sunday morning as the gathered church, through the week in our D-Groups, and in one-to-one relationships. D-Groups are the small groups that meet in homes of church members and attenders.

Where and when do they meet?

For location details and more information please contact us here.

Hebron - Tuesdays at 6:30 PM.

Lebanon - Wednesdays at 6:30 PM.

East Hampton - Mondays at 7:00 PM.

I’d like to join a D-Group

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Example: Monday Evenings or Wednesdays from 6-8 PM.

The Red Barn

Reopening this Weekend for Maple Fest! We will not be accepting any donations during the event. Donations will be accepted the week of March 23rd. For a list of things that we accept and don’t accept please click here.

Our Red Barn is open from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Saturdays. During that time there is a tag sale that is open to the public.

Its a tag sale, but its much more than a tag sale. 100 % of the funds that we collect from the Red Barn goes to ministry. It helps us with the work of the church, the needs in our community, and the work of missionaries all over the world.

The Red Barn has helped provide plates to the homeless, suitcases full of clothing items to people in need here and abroad, and the Red Barn is a great place to connect with your neighbors and friends in town. 

The Red Barn closes from late October every year until March reopening every year during Maple Fest. 



 Hope Kids

What is Hope Kids?

Hope Kids is a new ministry that will bring age appropriate Bible teaching to children at Hebron Church of Hope.

Who is it for?

This ministry is for children ages 4-10 years old. We have a nursery for kids that are newborns to 3 years old available too.

Why are we providing this?

We believe that it is the responsibility of Christians, and the church, to instruct people in the Bible and the ways of the Lord. That includes children. Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me.” We’re convinced that now is the time in which we need not only more adults who hold to and believe in the Bible but more children who hold to and believe in the Bible.

What should we expect?

  • A safe environment for your children.

    • All our volunteers have been cleared by background checks and we have leaders who are trained.

    • We have a check in and check out procedure.

    • Hope Kids has its own kid friendly meeting space.

  • Bible Teaching.

    • Age appropriate for two groups: 4&5 year olds and 6-10 year olds.

    • Scripture based: we want to teach your children the whole Bible.

  • Crafts and Fun.

    • We understand that there are multiple learning styles.

    • All our crafts, games, and music will reinforce the lesson your children are learning that morning.

  • Schedule that allows your children to experience our service.

    • We believe that worship with the church is an important aspect of church life—which includes children.

    • Your children will experience a time where that is theirs and a time with the church.

      • 9:30 AM to 10:00 AM Hope Kids Schedule

      • 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Worship Service

      • Kids are part of the big church gathering and important to the life of our church.