InsideOut is Hope’s initiative to improve, expand, and renovate our facilities so that our ministries are enhanced for years to come.
We desire to build a grace-filled equipping center that will benefit our Mason community and beyond for decades to come, as we embrace The Life where we live, work, and play.
Beautiful. Warm. Awe-inspiring. Approachable. Welcoming. An atmosphere of rest. A space to exhale, to take a break from being “on,” to disconnect from the hustle and bustle. To connect with the Creator. A place of worship and teaching that emulates an intimate home more than an office or a shopping mall. Room for growth, but not at the cost of a close-knit family feel. Top-of-the-line technology for an immersive audio and visual experience. Natural lighting and excellent acoustics.
Simple. Essential. Worshipful. Hope together.
Expanding and enhancing our Commons area will tell our guests, “We’ve been expecting you.” Couches and tables, nooks and spaces to step out of the fray for close conversation, to sit and read, to meet a friend. Space to linger on a Sunday morning and introduce yourself, to catch up, to enjoy your cup of coffee. Space for our Sunday morning team to meet, greet, direct and seat. Community rooms now connected to the Commons, right outside the sanctuary, equals more participation, especially for those who are new. A beautiful venue for banquets, events, conferences, and wedding receptions. A warm, comfortable and welcoming space—like your living room, but bigger (and you don’t have to clean it).
Our students are our future. And we want them to feel loved, accepted and supported by creating a space specifically for them, attuned to their wants and needs, created for their events and friends. Distinct zones for games, activities, small groups, individual study, worship.
An outdoor space designed for outdoor fun, community, relaxation, food and friendship. The covered area encourages outdoor gathering, and a warm firepit welcomes students and all our Hope ministries.
A new downstairs space puts our friends with special needs right next door to all the student activities, in a greatly expanded and dedicated space that makes sure they feel a sense of belonging at Hope and connect easily with the students. Purposeful lighting, design, decor, organization to produce a space that’s inviting for every student—the introverts, the extroverts and everyone somewhere in the middle. To hang out, to get a little crazy, to laugh, to cry, to sing…to learn about God in a place that’s like a second home.