Welcome to Hope Fellowship

People becoming and belonging through loving God, loving others, and making disciples.

9:15 am Coffee and Conversation
Enjoy Land of a Thousand Hills coffee, fresh pastries, and catching up with others in the Hope family.

10:00 am Worship Service
Experience a meaningful, intimate time of worship through music and teaching.
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The Harbor

The Harbor is a student ministry for teens in grades 6-12. Much like an actual harbor, we aim to be a place where all are welcomed to rest, refresh, and head out into the world equipped to love and exemplify Christ's character. We are all vessels and as 1 Timothy 4:12 states: we are not to hinder the youth...

The Harbor meets on Sunday afternoons from 2-4 pm.

11th and 12th grade small group meets Tuesdays from 4-6pm

Questions or concerns, please email us at students@hopeinanderson.com.
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Podcasts Available!

Weekly teachings are available as a podcast in two easy formats. You can subscribe in iTunes or listen online via the Podcast link found under the Media heading.
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HopeKids: Current Series

We hope that kids get wrapped up in others as they show them how God has been so generous toward us. There’s a danger in getting so wrapped up in ourselves or so wrapped up in our things that we miss the essence of this season. There’s just something about giving that reflects the character of God to those around us. Every good thing we have is a gift from Him. But we also know that God’s generosity has a purpose. God gives to us and expects us to do the same for others in return.

Generosity changes us when we learn how to give the way God gives. This month, we’ll look at four great stories from the New Testament that help us understand God’s plan for generosity in our lives.
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Drink Coffee, Do Good

In April 1994, Rwanda (an African country half the size of the state of Maryland) experienced one of history's most atrocious genocides. In just 100 days, close to one million ethnic Tutsi and moderate Hutu sympathizers lost their lives to the hands of extremist Hutu militia.

The 1994 genocide that left so many innocent people either dead, orphaned, or widowed has now become a focal point of the global community. In the wake of civil war, Rwanda made a commitment to national restoration. The government called upon the church to lead the country in reconciliation and asked the outside world to support them as it looked to heal and eradicate poverty, disease, and illiteracy.

In 2005, Jonathan Golden, founder of Land of a Thousand Hills, recognized a simple and tangible opportunity to make a difference in the reconciliation of the Rwandan people. This realization led Golden to start a coffee company that pays a fair wage to the farmers of Rwanda, helps them with their basic needs, and brings a quality product to coffee lovers.

The introduction of specialty coffee to the healing fields of Rwanda proved to be an uncommon opportunity for once warring countrymen to not only rebuild their homesteads, but to work together toward lasting peace. A commitment to excellence in coffee has brought dignity and hope to a nation that history suggested would never recover.

Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Co. partners with farmers and local community leaders to develop the coffee into a sustainable income, pay a just Living Wage, and strive to further meet the needs of the people. When you buy Land of a Thousand Hills, you are receiving coffee that is 100% Arabica, fairly traded, and roasted fresh. Your excellent morning cup is offering hope to these developing coffee communities with each purchase.

Hope Fellowship proudly serves, distributes, and supports Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee.
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213 Brown Road
Anderson, SC 29621

(864) 226-5445

Office Hours
Closed Monday
Tues-Thurs 9:00am-4:00pm
Friday 9:00am-Noon