Welcome to Hope PCA

Welcome to Hope Presbyterian Church, called by the God of all grace for the transforming of life in Southside Virginia — spiritually, socially, and culturally — through the power of the gospel, from Martinsville to the nations of the world, for the glory of God.

Upcoming Events

Wed 22

Hope Day ft. The Feeding

January 22 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sat 25

Church Work Day

January 25 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Sun 26

Sunday School/Morning Worship

January 26 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Upcoming Sermons

Jan. 5 I Leave You Not John 14

Jan. 12: I Am the Vine John 15

Jan 19: The Cost of Discipleship John 15

Jan. 26: Redemption Applied John 16

Introduction to Hope

Why Hope?

We live in a world and community that seem to be devoid of hope. People have placed their hope in money, jobs, relationships, politics, sports, possessions. Yet the prophet Jeremiah is correct when he says we have rejected the Lord, who is the fountain of living water, for our own jars which are cracked and can hold no water.

So what is the answer? You can continue to make your own jars which will lead you to more hopelessness, or you can come to the living water Himself, Jesus Christ, for satisfaction. He alone can forgive sins and bring meaning, purpose, healing and hope in your life.

Let the Hope of the Gospel Shine Here!

Hope Presbyterian Church in Martinsville, VA seeks to be a church that ministers the Reformed faith in word and deed in Southside Virginia. We are part of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), with over 300,000 members across North America. The PCA has the largest Presbyterian missionary team, Mission to the World (MTW).

We are part of the Blue Ridge Presbytery, with over 20 congregations committed to God’s Word, college ministry, church planting, and world missions.

We believe that…

  1. The Bible is God’s Word without error and gives us a place to stand in today’s world.
  2. Jesus Christ is the only way of salvation.
  3. We worship and serve in our community not in our own strength and power, but through the work of the Holy Spirit in us.

To come under conviction is evidence of the Spirit at work. To experience the heaviness of our reluctance to confess is a gift of God. —Nancy Guthrie