WHO WE ARE
WHY DO WE EXIST?
We believe that God has called our 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.
We are one church in multiple locations: in Glasgow’s West End, Southside and Royston, and our newest location in Paisley.
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.
We love to receive people with over the top hospitality, showing love and honour to others because God has loved them first. Each location of Re:Hope shares the same vision and values, but is locally attuned to their community and calling.
OUR STORY SO FAR
In 2003, Brian and Kellie Ingraham moved to Glasgow with a clear calling and passion for church planting. On January 9th, 2005, Re:Hope Church opened its doors in Glasgow’s West End with a small but committed group of missionaries.
In 2011, 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 service in our new home on Easter Sunday 2011 and saw the church grow and become established in new and wonderful ways as we settled into a permanent space.
In 2016, Re:Hope became a multi location church with the launch of Re:Hope Belfast. 2019 was another year of new beginnings, with the launch of two new Re:Hope locations in Glasgow’s Southside and Royston; thanks to an incredible move of God as He answered long prayed prayers for more space.
We’re desperate to see God move in the West End of Glasgow, and reawaken hearts to who He is. We’re committed to pursuing all He calls us into, to reach and raise up mature Jesus followers of the next generation. We want to see His Kingdom come in our time, as we learn to love Him back with all that we are.
THERE'S A PLACE FOR YOU HERE
Watch the video below for a closer look at Re:Hope West End.