Service times: Sunday at 9AM & 11AM

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Prayer Team

Every Sunday @ 9am (starts Feb 12)

Here at Hope Markham, we believe firmly in the power of prayer. We invite you to join us in a renewed effort to depend on God through unceasing prayer. Starting February 12th, we are launching a prayer team to pray during the 9am service on Sundays. If you feel called to serve in this way, please email We believe that our prayers make an impact in our church and beyond, and we look forward to praying together on Sunday mornings!

Hope Women's Ministry

Mom & Tot is Back!

Every Wednesday @ 10am (starts Feb 15)

Mom & Tot is back! Are you looking for a place to connect with other moms during the week?  If so, come join our Mom & Tot drop-in on Wednesday mornings from 10am-12pm at the church! It's a casual place to hang out and chat with other moms while providing your kids/babies a safe space to play. It's a great opportunity to meet new faces and connect with others in the same season of life!  When you arrive, head upstairs to the upper Hope Kids area. If you have any questions, please contact Pia at Looking forward to seeing you there!

Church Wide Events

Prayer & Worship Night

Sun, Feb 26 @ 6pm

Church, let us gather together for a time of corporate prayer and worship, to lift up the glorious name of Jesus! It's happening on Sunday, February 26 at 6pm. Childcare from 0-4 years old is available, please register here. (Registration closes Thursday, February 23.)

Hope Kids

Family Zone

We have a new FAMILY ZONE upstairs! This is a kid-friendly place for parents who wish to stay with their children during the service. Parents can watch the livestream and have a safe place for their children to be. In addition, we also have a nursing room stocked with diapers and wipes, and access to the livestream with comfortable seating. If you have a child that becomes fussy, or a busy child who needs to "get their wiggles out", we kindly ask that you bring them to our new Family Zone upstairs. This is to ensure that our lobby and worship service areas become a quiet zone so that everyone can worship with minimal distractions. Thank you!

Hope Kids

Hope Kids Pre-Registration Will No Longer Be Needed

Starting Sun, Feb 19

Starting Sunday, February 19th online pre-registration for Hope Kids will no longer be needed. When you arrive at Hope Kids, simply show up at the desk and the registrars will check you and your child in. We adhere to capacity limits for safety and in accordance with our Plan To Protect Policy, so we recommend that you arrive 15 minutes before service to secure a spot. Thank you!


Summer Camps

Save The Date!

Save the date for our annual Hope Summer Kids Camp (HSK) and Jr. High Day Camp (JHDC)! HSK will take place on July 10-14. JHDC will take place on July 24-28. More information will be posted on our website in Feburary. Registration will open in March. It's going to be awesome!


Serving Opportunities

Work for Christ

Working for Christ is a natural outflow of our relationship with God and an expression of our worship and walk. Here at Hope, we endeavour to facilitate discipleship by providing as many opportunities as possible for you to serve and help build Hope. There are many serving options in the Welcome Team, Kids and Youth Ministry, and Outreach opportunities, among others. Click here to explore today how you can serve!


Job Opportunities

Lead Pastor
We are seeking the Lord for the provision of a new Lead Pastor. Click here to view the Executive Summary & Job Description. Please contact the elders to apply. (

What is Child Dedication?
  1. As a Christian parent, by dedicating your child to the Lord, you are acknowledging your need for God in your family. You are inviting God to be active in your family life, submitting your own desires for your child to God’s desires, and making a commitment to raise your child in God’s way. Parents are acknowledging that we believe that God must be a part of our family life if it is to be good and healthy. (Psalm 127:1)
  2. Parents are acknowledging that their child is a gift from God and they are earthly stewards of the life God has placed in their home. (Psalm 127:3-5)
  3. Parents are publicly declaring their intention to raise their child in such a way that they are given an opportunity to know God and to establish a personal relationship with Christ. Parents’ actions in raising their children are important to God. We have a responsibility as followers of Christ to raise our children in a way that will please the Lord.  The responsibilities the Lord has entrusted to parents include continuously praying for their children, instructing them in the way of the Lord, setting a godly example, and disciplining them as the Lord would discipline us. As parents, you are only able to do these things through Christ’s strength. (Deuteronomy 6:4-9, Ephesians 6:4)
  4. Parents are affirming their total dependence upon the Lord. (John 15:5)
  5. Parents are asking family, friends and the church community to prayerfully support and hold them accountable to these commitments. (Hebrews 10:24-25)
  6. Parents are following the Scriptural example of dedicating children to the Lord given in 1 Samuel 1:11, 26-28, where Hannah vowed to dedicate her child to the Lord if He would grant her one. The Lord honored her request and she kept her vow, dedicating Samuel to the Lord. (1 Samuel 1:11 )