10:30 SERVICE TIME beginning Feb 3!

We are moving our service time to 10:30 AM beginning February 3rd, 2019. We hope, in doing so, to provide time for a morning Sunday school hour, with the possibility of a future 2nd service. Mark your calendars, put it in your planner!

Satisfied… in Christ

A ministry of two NW Pastors

Pastors Bobby Gaither from Hope Fellowship in Hillsboro, OR, and Nick Jackson from Timberline Baptist Church in Lacey, WA have created a podcast ministry called Satisfied. You can find their podcasts and website at www.SatisfiedInChrist.Life, on iTunes podcasts, podbean, and soundcloud. Come join the conversation!

Grand Opening!

We are hosting a Grand Opening event on September 9, 2018. Come join us!

Work has been done on our property to prepare for guests! Significant updates on our building have been made. Though we have more to do, we at Hope Fellowship would like to invite our neighbors and friends to our Grand Opening! Please  join us on Sunday morning, the 9th, for service, and then for refreshments and fellowship afterwards.

It’s our prayer that the love and grace of our God would flow through our community to yours!

Community Conversations

Community Conversations is a forum for your neighborhood in SE Hillsboro! Come share refreshments with your neighbors, collaborate on community projects, and voice your ideas on how we can better our neighborhood!


Tuesday, July 10, 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

6 PM for Ice Cream Social

7 PM for Community Conversations Meeting

Hope Fellowship ~ 5215 SE Golden Rd., Hillsboro, OR 97123

Kid friendly!

Find Community Conversations on Facebook! 

Who’s the pastor at HOPE FELLOWSHIP?


You’ve found my blog. Here’s a bit on who I am:

I’m a husband to a wonderful woman, and a father to 4 brilliant children. My wife is a music educator in Beaverton. We married in 2006. Our children are the perfect mix of love and “personality” that keeps us on our toes, and our knees!

I have the honor of shepherding a church hungry for life in the Word and Spirit. We are a “splerge-,” a church plant that merged with an existing church. This has created a wonderful opportunity for growth in me, and for the church, as we sit on 5 acres of property in a prime location for ministry.

I have a B.A. in Psychology, and am working on a Masters in Divinity. I have been a student of the Word since college in 2001. I was a worship and college pastor prior to planting in 2016.

I might be a bit of a conundrum. I’m an intuitive person who seeks facts. I’m a feeler who is a person of truth. I choose to lead by influence first, authority last. I aim for the heart and the head, as scripture informs us that both are being renewed (Ezekiel 36:26, Psalm 51:10, Romans 12:2).

If you desire to know what drives me, I’d respond with “beholding the glory of Christ.” I’ve been radically changed by the beauty of the gospel of Jesus. That beauty, that glory, is none other than the glory of Christ. Thus, my life’s pursuit is to see, to behold, the beauty of God in the face of Jesus Christ (Psalm 27:4, John 17:24, 2 Corinthians 3:17-18, 2 Corinthians 4:6, Colossians 1:27). My aim, then, is to behold and enjoy the glory of God with all of my being, and invite others to share in my joy. This informs how I live, how I love my wife, how I raise my children, how I deal with conflict, how I lead the church, and how I preach.

You may have heard this language before. I have been greatly influenced by present day pastors, such as John Piper, David Platt, Timothy Keller, and Ligon Duncan. Furthermore, I see this passion for the glory of God from pastors and authors before them: CS Lewis, Jonathon Edwards,  George Whitfield, John Calvin, Martin Luther, Augustine of Hippo, Athanasius of Alexandria. These pastors span from present day to the 3rd century BC. I prefer to stand on the shoulders of giants, of heroes of the faith in order that I may see farther, and more clearly, into the glory of Christ our Lord. They were mortal men. Their words are not Scripture, and they were prone to error. Therefore, I am first a student of Paul, Peter, James, John, Mark, Luke, and the Old Covenant writers, for I am first a disciple of Jesus Christ.

I also am part of a podcast, called Satisfied. You can find our podcast at www.satisfiedinchrist.life, or on iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, and Soundcloud. Look for Satisfied in Christ with Nick Jackson and Bobby Gaither.

Thank you for taking the time to read. I invite you to join us on a Sunday morning, or contact me if you have more questions!

For His glory,

Bobby Gaither, Lead Pastor, Hope Fellowship of Hillsboro

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