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We believe that God has called Re:Hope Church to lay the foundations for a long lasting reawakening.

Everything we do flows out of a desire to see many people come awake to God and alive in Jesus.

Re:Hope's values

We love to receive people with
over the top hospitality, showing love and honour to others because God has loved them first.  

We prioritise obsessive closeness with Jesus, living with gutsy faith, with a heart to see people grow and become who God has made them to be.

We are people who seek to live lifestyles saturated in loving the Bible and prayer.

Each location of shares the same vision and values, but is locally attuned to their community and calling.

Our Story
The Re:Hope story

Watch the Re:Hope story so far...


Brian and Kellie Ingraham move from Seattle to Glasgow with a clear calling and passion for church planting.  


On January 9th, Re:Hope Church opened its doors in Glasgow's West End with a small but committed group of missionaries.

Re:Hope Church went through a nomadic season over the next few years, meeting in various locations around the West End.  


Our prayers for a church building of our own were answered with the miraculous provision of what was then Partick Congregational Church.

We had our first Sunday services in our new home on Easter Sunday and saw the church grow and become established in new and wonderful ways as we settled into a permanent space.


Re:Hope became a multi-location church with the launch of Re:Hope in Belfast.

This season was characterised by sustained growth, including the development of thriving ministries for kids and teenagers.  It was clear that we needed God to provide more space for Re:Hope in Glasgow.


After years of persistent praying, God answered our prayers for more space with the provision of a third, then fourth, Re:Hope location.

In February, Re:Hope opened a location in Glasgow's Southside in what was South Shawlands Church of Scotland. 

Then, in November, He provided place for another new Re:Hope location to meet in Royston Primary School.  Two months later, God provided Re:Hope Royston with a shop front in the heart of the Royston community.


January brought the closure of Re:Hope's location in Belfast.

Re:Hope continued to grow to provide spiritual homes for people across greater Glasgow with the launch of Re:Hope in Paisley.

Make Re:Hope
your church

There's a place for you at Re:Hope.  We'd love to help you plan a visit, meet some people like you and get settled in a new church home. 

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