The Joy of the Lord

Nehemiah 8:10

Is your Strength

He Speaks and we respond

Hope Presbyterian is a church that firmly conforms to the belief that God is the actor, and we are responders.  We believe that it is by scripture alone, by faith alone, by grace alone, through Christ alone, and to the glory of God alone that we act and we move.

- NOTICE -


Dear congregation,

Hope Presbyterian Church has returned to services in fellowship with one another.

At our building itself, we are still observing social distancing rules, and limited capacity is still in effect.

We look forward to seeing you on Sundays at 10:30 AM.

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Service Time

Sunday Mornings

10:30 AM

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Meet Bellevue grace deaf church

A worship service for the deaf and hard of hearing takes place downstairs every Sunday at 10:30am under the leadership of Pastor Toby Welch, followed by a joint potluck fellowship with members of Hope. More details can be found on their FACEBOOK PAGE and on Pastor Toby’s VIDEO BLOG.
(B.S. and M.S, Lamar University; current studies: MAT, Whitefield Seminary; Ed.D, Concordia University) Pastor Toby has served various churches for over thirty years in states such as Maryland, Kentucky, Texas, and California. He was the deaf pastor of the Deaf Presbyterian Church in Houston, Texas, for seven years before he moved to Seattle, WA. He now serves as Assistant Pastor of Hope as he continues in his calling to pastor Bellevue Grace Deaf Church under the PCA. He is an American Sign Language teacher at a high school in Kirkland, and also teaches ASL classes at Hope on Sunday afternoons.