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New Christian school to hold community event

Posted: Friday, October 26, 2012

Jon and Kelli Moore of Huntington are the co-founders of Hope Christian School, a new K-12 Christian school, opening in August 2013. Along with their team, they are organizing a free community event and open house at Life Church on Saturday, November 3, at 6:30 p.m.

Life Church is the future site of Hope Christian School and is located at 900 E. State Street in Huntington. The event is open to all ages, and activities will be provided for children. Families can also ask questions, tour the school facility and enter to win a free registration.

Guest comedian David Dean of Huntington will open the evening. Dean presents a fast-paced, funny show that is safe for the whole family. More information about his comedy shows is available at www.davidpdean.com.

Dr. Glen Schultz, speaker and author of Kingdom Education and founder of Kingdom Education Ministries (KEM), is the keynote speaker. KEM is dedicated to uniting the home, church and school through a biblical philosophy of education for the purpose of educating future generations to think and act from a biblical worldview. His website is www.kingdomeducation.org.

“The purpose of our community event is to share with the community the benefits of and need for Christian education through the teaching of Dr. Schultz as well as to provide more detailed information about Hope Christian School,” Kelli Moore, co-founder and president of Hope said. “First, though, David Dean will get you laughing. We want anyone that wants to learn more to come and learn in a relaxed environment.”

Hope Christian School is incorporated with the state of Indiana as a not-for-profit organization and was approved by the federal government as 501(c)3 organization. The school was also approved by the Indiana Department of Education to operate as a private school in 2013.

Hope Christian School, located at 960 E. State Street, is a division of Huntington Hope Christian Services, Inc, a non-profit organization incorporated in January 2011 for the purpose of expanding Christian education services to Huntington and surrounding counties. It is an independent, non-denominational K-12 Christian school developed from a passion to provide Huntington County’s children with a local opportunity for a loving, Christian education.

For updates on Hope Christian School, visit www.huntingtonhopechristian.com.