About Us

Welcome to Hope Christian Center, the place where the doors are open to everyone seeking to find HOPE. Whether you’re new on your spiritual journey or a committed Christian who wants to get connected more deeply to Jesus, you have a place here at HCC.

Here at Hope Christian Center, we strive to be a universal voice of hope. Our vision as a church is to develop Christians and make them disciples; equipping and empowering them to serve and help others do the same.


Sue Crouch Intermediate School
8036 Cedar Lake Ln
Fort Worth, TX 76123

Service Times

The Worship Experience
Sundays: 9 a.m.

Generation Hope Zone
(pre-K to 5th grade)
**All Children must be potty trained** Sundays: 9 a.m.

Small Group Bible Study
Tuesdays: 7:30 p.m.

What's it like?

Casual atmosphere
Modern Music
The Bible for real life
Many ways to serve


Don’t hesitate to reach out! We’d love to connect with you. If you need prayer, looking for more information, or you would like to give a donation, we are here for you. Please contact us and let the connection begin.


Michael Outland Jr. is the founding senior pastor of Hope Christian Center. His messages impact generations through various outreaches. Michael Outland, Jr. was able to marry his best friend Jodi and has been entrusted by God to father three wonderful children.

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Biblical Literacy

We are committed to studying and teaching the Bible with accuracy and clarity so that we may know God and apply His timeless truth to our lives today. We believe developing a biblical worldview is essential for growing more like Jesus Christ and being equipped for every good work.
(Romans 12:2; 2 Timothy 3:16-17)


Authentic worship must be heartfelt and grounded and guided by God’s truth. It is not merely an activity confined to a particular time and place, but rather a way of life. Therefore, we strive to love and honor God both in our personal lives and in the corporate worship of our church.
(John 4:23-24; Romans 12:1)


As members of Christ’s body, we are all inter-connected and dependent upon one another. Being united in Christ-centered relationships is necessary for our spiritual growth and our witness. We are committed to a community where we share life and worship, while building up one another in love.
(John 17:20-21; Romans 12:4-8; Ephesians 4:15)