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Visit us this sunday!

Our Location

2070 Long Pond Rd.

Rochester, NY 14606

Tel. (585) 426-6437

 

Service Time

Sundays @ 10:30 AM

Nursery and Kid's Church @10:30

Test Drive a service HERE

Fill out our simple form below or text us at ​585-283-0278 so we can make your first visit easy!

FAQ
  • How long are our services?
    Our services start at 10:30 am and last for 1 hour. During this time we offer nursery for kids birth-4 and kid's church from 5-grade 5.
  • Where should I park?
    We have a large parking lot available on the north side of the church - you can't miss it!
  • What should I expect when I visit CityHope?
    When you plan your visit one of our volunteers from our hospitality team will greet you at the door Sunday morning. You will be welcomed by encouraging and uplifting worship music led by our dedicated worship team, and encouraged by the preaching of our co-pastoring team - Justin and Hannah Bowersox.
  • Do you offer child care?
    We offer nursery starting at 10:30 am for ages birth-4 and our CityHope Kids program for grades ages 4 to grade 5. We have a passionate group of volunteers who want to give your kids an amazing first time experience in church.
  • Am I welcome?
    Every human being is welcome in our church. We do not discriminate based on gender, race, background, or culture. All are welcome in the kingdom of God, and like Jesus, we embrace you with open arms.
  • How can I get connected further?
    Fill out our simple "Plan Your Visit" form HERE and our pastoral team will personally reach out to you.
  • What does the Wesleyan Church believe?
    The Wesleyan church has a rich history of standing up for the misunderstood and vulnerable, accepting all people as equal in the kingdom of God. We were one of the very first churches involved in both abolition and women's rights movements. Wesleyan's believe that God gives us free will and that we are meant to pursue holiness as best as we can in our lives. We affirm God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit as the Holy Trinity. We believe in the Bible- that it is the inspired Word of God, living and active, relevant even today. If you want to know more about what the Wesleyan denomination believes visit our denomination's website HERE to learn more!
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