One Hope College Ministry meets every Sunday night from 7-8:30pm in the Chapel of Centerpoint Community Church for community and worship. Following our worship we host an "After Party" event at different cafes or houses that usually go late into the night. We also have weekly Small Groups. We'd love for you to come and experience community with us on Sunday Nights or at our weekly Small Groups!
You can learn more about our One Hope by clicking on the side bar options (Small Groups, Events, Leadership/Contact, Mission).
To learn more about the leaders of One Hope College Ministry and how to contact them you can read thier short bios below:
Richard Rohlfing, Director of One Hope College Ministry & Part-Time Theology Professor at William Jessup University and Hebrew Professor at Fuller Theological Seminary
Richard completed his seminary studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. In addition to being the Director of One Hope College Ministry Richard is also teaching several theology classes at William Jessup University and teaches Hebrew at Fuller Theological Seminary. Richard is married to the beautiful, wonderful, amazing Marci. Richard and Marci have an adorable daughter, Amelia. Contact Richard Rohlfing.
Paul Hightower, Worship Director of One Hope College Ministry
Paul has been working with Centerpoint for several years as a Worship Director over High School and College Ministries. In addition to leading worship for us he also has been a member of several local bands (The Broken, Wax Apple). Paul is currently a student at Sierra College and a barista at Douglas Starbucks. Paul is married to Piper. Paul grew up in the greater Sacramento area. His interests & hobbies are reading, drawing, and playing music. His favorite movie is “The Great Escape.” His favorite musician is "Phil Keaggy." His favorie book is by Francise Chan, "Crazy Love." Contact Paul Hightower.
Kristin Ball, Assistant Director of One Hope Young Adult & College Ministry
Kristin Ball is a 25 year old college student, currently enrolled at William Jessup University. She studies Bible and Theology and hopes to go on to pursue a Master’s Degree in the future in order to be prepared for further ministry opportunities. She has had the beautiful privilege of living abroad and teaching English to people in a small rural South Indian community, otherwise known as Chillakallu. It was there that God truly captured her heart for His Kingdom and began to teach her what it means to love others the way He loves us. About her role at One Hope Young Adult & College Ministry: “I'm so very excited to get to serve at Centerpoint in order to experience living life alongside my brothers and sisters in this body of believers. I look forward to getting to know all of you and serve with you!”