God put the world square with himself through the Messiah, giving the world a fresh start. He has given us the task of telling everyone what he is doing. We’re Christ’s Ambassadors.
The Embassy is the youth ministry of Hope Centre. We meet on Friday nights and in crews midweek.
We are passionate about young people encountering the love of Jesus and discovering who they are in Him.
Our focus is to let young people know that God is for us, that He isn’t out to get us when we trip up, but to catch us when we fall, to raise up leaders that positively influence their world and to create a community that encourages, stirs and believes in one another.
Can I come if I am over 18?
Unfortunately, we cannot let anyone stay onsite that is not a leader at The Embassy, endorsed by Hope Centre. This is inadherance with our Child Safety policy.
*In extenuating circumstances, and with prior arrangement, we can assign you a supervisor.
Is my child going to be safe?
Yes! We do everything we can to keep your teenager safe.
As a ministry we understand the responsibility we have to ensure your child has the best time possible inside a safe and relevant environment. All of our leaders have current BlueCards, are interviewed and trained to provide this! Moreover, The Embassy is a drug and alcohol free event.
Anyone using or in possession of any drug or alcohol substance will be sent home immediately.
Who is it for?
The Embassy caters for Middle and High School students, aged 12 to 18.
What do I do my first night?
The Embassy is open to anyone, which means you don't have to make prior arrangements to attend!
When you arrive, simply head to our sign in desk, where our leaders will help get all the info we need to make sure you are safe and accounted for!
Parents, when your student signs in for the first time you will be sent an indemnity form, which we would love you to fill out. Alternatively, you can download the form from this page and bring it with you.
If you have any furher questions, don't hesitate to contact us through our contact page.
What time is the program?
Our program runs from 6.30-8.30PM unless advised otherwise.
Sometimes we have special nights, which we will prior inform you of. However, we know how well notes make it home so please follow our social media located below to keep up to date with all youth changes.
How do I get there?
We have a number of buses that we send out to pick up teenagers. Refer to our contact page for more details on bus times and locations. Otherwise there is an easy drop off area on site for your parents.
What happens over the holidays?
Youth doesn't completely stop during the holidays. To know what's going on stay up to date via our social media pages.
We would love to invite you to join us at The Embassy! Every Friday night of the school term we have an incredible program happening in three locations across our region - so where ever you find yourself we have a place for you to belong!
440 Kingston Road, Slacks Creek
35 Thompson Street, Bowen Hills
294 Scarborough Road, Scarborough
SAFETY + PERMISSION FORMS
Hope Centre International is a large, contemporary, ethnically diverse, vibrant, soul-winning Church - meeting in various locations, strategically placed across the south-east corner of Queensland. We are here to serve our community through tangible expressions of God's love - giving people dignity and purpose.
enior Pastors Wayne and Lyn Alcorn believe that our faith should be authentic, our services should be vibrant and our programs should be fun and cater for all ages.
ope Centre is part of the Australian Christian Churches.
Ryan and Breony Alcorn are the youth pastors at Hope Centre. They've been serving at Hope Centre for more than 10 years, and have been in leadership since 2014. Ryan and Breony are passionate about introducing people to Jesus and helping young people understand how much God really loves them! The couple believe that God is FOR young people and that no-one is too far gone for Him.
On a Friday night The Embassy has a team of volunteers. They are here to help, encourage and support young people in their walk with God. Our volunteers have undergone all necessary pastoral and government applications to ensure the safety of all students that attend The Embassy.
The Embassy is a Christian ministry. We endeavour to make it as fun and safe as possible. Every Friday night of the school term we meet for games, live music, hang time, preaching and food (sometimes). If you have any further questions about what we do please do not hesitate to contact us!
Crews are an important part of The Embassy. These are smaller local gatherings, run once a fortnight, where students can meet other young people and connect with one of our leaders.
If you are a student planning on coming to The Embassy or a parent bringing your teenager, please find our sign-in desk and introduce yourself so we can answer any questions and introduce you to people.