Weekly Services: Sunday morning 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Friday night 7 p.m. Wednesday night 7 p.m. Saturday 2 - 4 p.m. Healing School Saturday 5 p.m. - Family Night (meal, Christian movie)As part of Bridge of Hope Ministries Hope Centre Community Outreach we will minister to the spiritual need of the whole person, whole family, and whole community. Besides the traditional main Sunday service, there will be gender and age specific groups that will teach, and model, Christian truths, in relevant (yet counter cultural), inter active, life changing and challenging, ways. These include: Religion plays an important role in the lives of many children and teens, and is positively associated with many aspects of child well-being. Religious teens are more likely than their non-religious peers to engage in healthy behaviors such as exercising regularly and wearing a seatbelt, and to have healthier eating and sleeping habits. They tend to hold more conservative attitudes toward sex and have lower levels of sexual experience. In addition, youth who report that religion is very important to them are less likely to engage in violent behavior towards peers or teachers. Youth that report religion is very important or pretty important in their lives are less likely to have been in trouble with the police in the past 12 months, to have used hard drugs, to have been offered drugs at school, to have sold drugs, to steal, to vandalize property, to trespass, or to be sent to the principal’s office.