Vision Statement of Ministries of Hope

To build up the body of Christ by encouraging all people to stand fast in their faith while seeking the Kingdom of God. To provide a place where all people would feel free to worship and praise God in the beauty of holiness; where individuals, couples, and children would flourish in the knowledge of His Word.


    Mission Statement

To see the people come to know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior, so that the Word and power of Christ can give them hope as they pursue the   purpose Christ has for their daily living and eternal life.








                                   Ministries of Hope Christian Church l 385 Garrisonville Road, Suite 99Stafford, VA 22554                
                            Copyright 2010-2018 Ministries of Hope Christian Church. All rights reserved.
              
       History

Ministries of Hope Christian Church is a bible teaching, spirit filled, faith based body of believers whose premise is on building up the Kingdom of God.

Senior Pastor and founder, Rev. Floree Williams, is the daughter of an ordained pastor, and grew up in a spiritual environment.  She learned at an early age to have reverence, fear, and respect for the Trinity.  She answered God’s call to do more, and to go to the next level of service.  She has served in local churches as well as several well know community originations.  Her first love has always focused on the ministry which gave her that burning desire to see a fresh move of the Holy Spirit here in Stafford. 

Pastor Williams let it be known that God had called her to step out and go forth with the vision that He had given her.  She revealed the good news to Brother Bobby Williams (her husband), Rev. Rebecca Brown, and others, all of whom encouraged her  and were willing to lend their support to build up the Kingdom of God. 

In April 2007, Ministries of Hope had its first meeting at the Wingate Inn in Stafford, Virginia with thirteen members.  In September 2008, The Lord provided Ministries of Hope with another place of worship in North Stafford. However, it is obvious that it does not matter where we meet, but whether or not God’s people are being fed. Our church family is about reaching across and beyond the barriers of race, cultures, denominations and traditions to unite us under the true Lordship of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe that the Word of God is universal.  We also believed that Jesus Christ desires a church unified across every possible boundary, and we have committed ourselves to seeing this become a reality.