Anthem for 2017

We always give God thanks and praise for the gifts he gives to His church! Praise and worship form an integral part of our communion with God and it is one where we have a wonderful opportunity to come together as brothers and sisters in unity. There are many aspects of worship such as awakening, assurance, joy which God blesses us with even though the primary focus of our worship is God himself.

The church is blessed with so many people who have taken seriously the gift given to them in the ability to enable worship in terms of musicianship, leadership, music and songwriting.

One worship song/hymn which touches our heart here at Hope Pentecostal Community Church is called Speak, O Lord which was written by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend. We will be looking to the words in this song for encouragement during 2017 so when you visit us then there's a good chance you will hear it being played by our worship team.

Here's the song on Youtube sung by Kirsten Getty.

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Where we meet

Hope Pentecostal Community Church meets at:

Samuel Cody Specialist Sports College
Ballantyne Road
GU14 8SS

Drive through the gates, bear right and we're in the blue double doors just past the Reception which is on the left. You'll see our board outside.