Knowing… Serving… Sharing Christ!


Worship Services

Relaxed Traditional
Sundays, 9 am, Mt. Sinai Prayer Chapel (the historic white-framed church)
Featuring vibrant singing of hymns led by Cindy Grimes and the Early Bird Choir.  We ask that attendees observe the following guidelines   


Unplugged Co·​spel /ˈcäspəl/
Sundays, 10:30 am, outdoors in The Grove during the summer…indoors in the Worship Center (the gigantic tent-like facility) remainder of the year.
Featuring the blending of Contemporary Christian and Old-School Gospel tunes by Joe Ruoto and Jimmy Overton. The service is also streamed on Facebook Live. Please visit our public page – Vision of Hope United Methodist Church – to access the broadcast.   We ask that attendees observe the following guidelines


Midweek Music n’ Musings

Wednesdays, 6:30 pm outdoors in The Grove spring-fall and on Facebook Live…online only on FB during the winter months. Featuring inspirational music by Jimmy Overton.  

Pastor David Burch preaches in each service, striving to present biblically-grounded messages that are relevant to daily living.
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Opportunities for Knowing, Serving and Sharing Christ!

LifeGroups for Adults & Youth
Small group studies connecting faith to real life, meeting at various times and locations

Adult & Youth Mission Ventures
Local, national and international hands-on projects serving those in need
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Contact Us

Vision of Hope is located 1.5 miles east of I-81 (exit 245) on Port Republic Road. You will pass through two stoplights. Church is on the left at the top of the hill.
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Recent News


We invite you to be a part of our upcoming ADVENT LIFEGROUPS at Vision of Hope!

“THE HEART THAT GREW THREE SIZES – FINDING FAITH IN THE STORY OF THE GRINCH” – Led by Pastor David. Meets Mondays, November 29-December 20, 10:30 am or 6:30 pm.
“THE JOURNEY – WALKING THE ROAD TO BETHLEHEM” – Led by Mary Carpenter. Meets Tuesdays, November 30-December 21,  10:30 am or 6:30 pm.
CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION (Deadline is Sunday, November 28)


The dirty little Advent secret no one ever told us in Sunday School is there is a deep dissonance and disconnect between our celebration of Christmas and the birth of Christ.  And over these four Sundays of Advent we are going to be exploring the ironies of that dissonance and disconnect…



11.28               First Sunday of Advent

Christmas Ironies: A Savior is Born under Scandal

Matthew 1:18-25

12.5                 Second Sunday of Advent – Communion

Christmas Ironies: A Savior is Born in Scarcity

Luke 2:1-7

12.12               Third Sunday of Advent

Christmas Ironies: A Savior is Born around Sketchiness

Luke 2:8-20

12.19               Fourth Sunday of Advent

Christmas Ironies: A Savior is Born with Scars

Luke 2:22-35