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Our church is a more than just a place to go or an event to attend; we are a community of people who have been changed by the love of God and want to change our community in response. It’s our desire to make known the good news of God’s love within our own congregation as well as outside the walls in our community. Following the model of Jesus, it’s the heart of our church to love those around us by meeting their needs, sharing our lives, and offering them the life-changing grace of the Christian faith. We believe that it’s the gospel of Christ that truly changes people, and those people are the ones who change the world. We would love to welcome you into our community and walk alongside you to serve those around us in the name of Jesus.

Genuine Worship

Genuine Worship

We believe that life change happens in the midst of genuine worship. We spend each worship experience with dynamic music and worship to encounter the presence of God.

Experience Authentic Worship

You Are Welcome Here

You Are Welcome Here

Never been to church before? That’s alright! Has it been a while since the last time you came? Great! Detroit Hope Center is a place that people who aren’t comfortable with the idea of “church” or those who are looking for more – and we can’t wait to meet you.

Your Personal Journey

Take A Next Step

Our vision is to display the hope of Jesus in the way we live and love others in Detroit. We want to help you take the next step in your journey too. We believe that life was not built to be 9-5 day after day – but there is more, a  greater hope for your life.

Find a Church to Call Home

A Church For You

If you haven’t yet found the church that’s right for you, we invite you to visit Detroit Hope Center for yourself. The experience is life-changing.

No matter where you are on your journey with God, Detroit Hope Center is here to support you.


17549 Faust Ave
Detroit, MI 48219





Service Times

Sundays at 11:00 AM
Tuesdays at 7:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that it takes time to find the right church for you and your family. You probably have lots of questions, so we’ve provided answers to some of the more common.

What should I wear?
You’ll notice that our Worship and Leadership team are dressed in formal attire, but you’ll find us dressed in a variety of ways – from formal to casual. Sunday services are typically more “dressy,” whereas Midweek services are more casual.
Do you offer guest parking?

We have a safe, fenced-in parking lot in front of the church. We also have greeters that will meet you outside to help you find your way.

How long is Sunday Service?
Our worship services usually last about an hour and a half.
What's a typical Sunday Service like?
A typical worship service is about an hour and a half and includes worship through music and song, an uplifting message given by our pastor, and an altar call. We encourage you to bring your Bible to the church service. You can open your Bible and follow along during the sermon. We also encourage you to take notes on the message and ask us about any questions you have. Discover Detroit Hope Center’s Worship Service
What's a typical Midweek Service like?

Midweek church service is to encourage you in your personal relationship with God by studying the Bible together. This service is different than Sunday service in that it’s typically focused on learning about a passage of scripture, theme, or series. It usually includes a brief song service followed by a lesson.

Is there something for the kids?

Yes! We offer CityKids Children’s Ministry, a fun, dynamic environment for those who are 4-12 years old.

What type of music do you sing?
We worship with easy-to-follow songs in a variety of styles that encourage everyone to participate. We have worship singers and a band to lead as we raise our hands, voices, and hearts together in worship.
Who's the Pastor?
Pastor Joe and Jessica Giunta are the Lead Pastor of Detroit Hope Center

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