Each Sunday in Hull, the Church meets in both the morning and alternate Sunday evenings for a time of worship and devotion through God’s Word.
10.30am – Family Worship Service
Sunday mornings consist of a time of praise and worship led by our dedicated worship team and a study of God’s Word. Alongside the sermon, children are encouraged to join the Discovery Club in the Ignite Centre. We also have créche facilities next to the entrance of the main Church with a direct television feed to the main hall. This allows those with younger children to let their children play while still being able to listen to the Word.
6:30pm – Evening Praise and Gospel Service
We come together again on alternate Sunday evenings for a Gospel themed service. This is the perfect opportunity to bring the unsaved to Church as the Word is preached undiluted. We believe that “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23) and this is shown clearly Sunday evenings.
What happen in a service?
Our services begin with some singing and worship. This is followed by our Speaker bringing a sermon from God’s Word as we are a Bible believing, Christ preaching church. We won’t ask you to do anything that makes you feel uneasy. Please just relax and be yourself.
When should I arrive?
Our morning worship service starts at 10:30am and our evening service starts at 6:30pm (alternate Sundays). Most people begin to arrive around 15 minutes before these times.
Where can I park?
We have a large car park with plenty of free parking spaces.
Can I bring my children?
Of course, we are a family church and welcome all ages.
During our morning service we have a ‘Discovery Club’ with
arts and crafts, activities and learning from the Bible. This is for children of ages 5 to 14 and takes place in our large hall.
Living Hope Church is located just off Great Thornton Street, on the opposite side of Anlaby road to the Hull Royal Hospital. Our address and directions are below…
Living Hope Church
Walking From Hull Interchange:
We are a short 10 minute walk from Hull Interchange. Walk down Anlaby Road until you are at Hull Royal Hospital, head down Linnaeus street, directly opposite the main hospital building. When you reach the crossroads on Linnaeus street, you will see the Living Hope complex