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Reimagining Hope’s Chapel

After four decades of prayer and patience, we believe that God has made a way for us to reimagine our building for a new season, a new harvest, and a new generation.

  • 1971

    God calls a young pastor named Ralph Moore and his wife Ruby to fill an abandoned church building-- and Hope Chapel is born.

  • 1976

    Our congregation takes ownership of an abandoned bowling alley to establish a “light on the hill” in Hermosa Beach.

  • 1983

    Ralph is called to start another church in Hawaii. Zac Nazarian becomes the senior pastor of Hope.

  • 2016

    Our congregation celebrates its 45th anniversary, with 40 years in our reclaimed bowling alley, where our deep roots give us the strength to grow.

  • 2020

    We will open new doors to welcome our neighbors, shine more light, and share in the Hope of Jesus together.

Community

Our new fellowship hall, sanctuary, and prayer chapel are designed to foster interaction, unity, and togetherness so we can live the Gospel as one.

Transparency

Churches aren’t meant to be opaque or distant from their community. The transparency of our new design highlights the life we live together.

Flexibility

The needs of our ministry are unpredictable and regularly shift. Our new facility has the flexibility to adapt to many events and functions.

Safety

Our congregation’s safety is close to our hearts, and we’re improving the structural integrity and internal safety of our facility to meet modern standards.

Accessibility

We believe churches should have accessibility at the heart of their design, and we welcome everyone to join us as we worship together.

Multi-Generational

A central mission of our new building is to appeal to young and old and everyone in between as we assemble in the faith that we share in common.

Ways to Give

Help us realize this great vision by making a special donation to bring Hope Chapel into its reimagined home.

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FAQ

How can I make a check donation?

Write a check and put it in an offering envelope with the note, “Special Offering – Building”, or send it by mail to 2420 Pacific Coast Hwy. Hermosa Beach, CA 90254.

How are we going to pay for this?

We will finance this project through the generous donations of our congregation and the income provided by Lazy Acres.

What about parking?

The new design will reconfigure the parking spaces throughout the entire property to increase capacity. We will also work with Lazy Acres to implement a shared parking agreement to accommodate peak hours of operation.

Where will we meet during construction?

During construction, we will meet at a temporary community location. Please check back for the details of this arrangement.

When will this happen?

We plan to break ground in the spring of 2019 and occupy the newly completed church by the fall of 2020.

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By wisdom a house is built, and by
understanding it is established;

Proverbs 24:3