• Hopes Way
  • Hopes Way
  • Hopes Way
  • Hopes Way

Who We Are

Living in Hope. Living in Love.

Hopes Way is a multicultural, body of believers united in worship, working together to share the love of God and a message of hope to the brokenhearted. Email [email protected] or call us at 1-877-467-3167 if you would like to speak with a Hopes Way staff member or leader.

Our Services

Service Times

  • 09:00am - Corporate Prayer
  • 09:30am - Worship Service

What to Expect

What are services like?
From Monday to Friday 5:30am-6am, we are online for prayer. Call 1.888.915.2217 to join or share a prayer request. Doors at 2281 Southern Blvd. are open for Sunday corporate prayer from 9:00-9:30am and worship service from 9:35-11am. Your safety and health are important to us. We have spaced seating, doors will be opened, and every pew will be sanitized prior to use. ​We ask that everyone visiting our Sunday service wear a mask and adhere to CDC recommended guidelines by maintaining 6 feet of distance. Signage is posted at the entrance to the sanctuary as a reminder. For those who wish to worship with us remotely, please call our conference line at 1.888.915.2217 anytime from 9-11am.

What is the community like?
We are a church that prays, and passionate about worshiping Jesus Christ.

What if I'm not a Christian?
We are happy to have you join us as we worship Jesus Christ. If you plan to visit our church for the first time, we want you to feel as comfortable and as at-home as possible. Our house is your house and we are excited to share this time with you. We hope you experience the loving presence of Jesus Christ in a mighty way!


Rachael Chinnery Todman

Together with her pastoral duties, Rachael functions as a seminar leader and conference speaker on Christian women’s issues, spiritual maturity and growth, and church leadership and development and oversees a thriving ministry in GA and Ghana West Africa. She counsels and mentors married couples, young adults and mature individuals alike who are going through difficult and challenging life transitions such as family crisis, career transition, divorce and remarriage, loss and grief, and depression. ​ Rachael received a bachelor’s degree in Urban Ministry from Antioch School of Urban Ministries, a division of Biblical Life College and Seminary. She holds a dual Masters degree in Biblical Education and Pastoral Counseling from Fordham University’s School of Religion and Religious Education. Presently residing in Westchester, New York, Rachael is the proud single-parent of two adult married daughters, Debra and Denise, one grand child, (CJ) and numerous spiritual children.


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