Worship at Rising Hope
Sunday Celebration at 11 AM
Join us every Sunday Morning at 11:00 am for a celebration and praise of God that will “rock your soul and roll your blues away!”
Enter the sanctuary and sense God’s presence in the midst of a congregation of authentic worshipers who unashamedly raise hands, hearts, and voices in exuberant praise to God!
Free lunch is provided following the service.
Noon Day Prayer
We invite you to add purpose and meaning to your life by participating in our devotional services held each Tuesday through Friday at noon. A free lunch is provided for worshippers after every service.
“Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come inot his presence with singing.” (Psalm 100:1,2)
Come and join our musical family that uses their gifts and talents to honor and praise God. There is no audition required in order to be a member of the choir. All that is required is your commitment and dedication. The choir sings every Sunday and at special events throughout the year.
We are committed to building community among our volunteers who love the Lord and enjoy serving Him together. Each weekend brings new opportunities to worship God in new, exciting and creative ways. We’re looking forward to having you as a part of our ministry!
Services in Spanish
The spiritual, emotional, and physical effects of language barriers can be seen on a daily basis at Rising Hope. According to the national census, 37.5% of Fairfax County residents speak a language other than English at home.
We are blessed to have Rev. Lydia Rodriguez from Wesley UMC and her husband, Rev. Angel Martinez from Spirit and Life UMC joining Rising Hope in our ministry to the Spanish-speaking community. Angel and Lydia lead noon worship services on the fourth Friday of each month in English and in Spanish. This is an answer to prayer! We have been searching for ways to reach out to the Spanish-speakers that come for community services during the week. In addition to enjoying a bilingual service, we are treated to bi-lingual praise music including performance on the Maracas by José Reyes from Puerto Rico.