As information about COVID-19 Virus continues to unfold, New Hope will continue to be a source of help and hope for our community. We first choose to respond to the COVID-19 Virus with faith over fear; we believe nothing takes God by surprise, and that He is already at work and we trust His lead. Secondly, we choose to respond with prayer. We pray over the sick, their families and for those who have experienced loss, and for protection over our community.
APRIL 1, 2020 UPDATE
In response to the latest developments regarding the COVID virus, New Hope is continuing to postpone on-site campus worship and all other events until we get through this challenging time. The church offices are closed, and we will re-evaluate circumstances on April 13. Our staff is working remotely and checking voicemail and email.
Church at Home
We are excited to launch a new resource called Church at Home! This webpage is the go-to spot to find everything you need to know about worship, on-going ministries that are happening, and how you can serve our community during this challenging time.
Sundays & Wednesdays
We will continue to meet and worship online each Sunday at 11:00 am. You can join us through our website (WATCH LIVE), on Facebook Live, or on the New Hope App. The great news is it’s never been easier to invite others to church! So text, share Sunday worship events from our App, or tag your friends on Facebook and invite them to worship with us online!
New to Sundays is the addition of Zoom Hope Groups! Our small group Bible study communities are now able to connect weekly and continue fellowship, learning and growing together. If you are not in a Hope Group and would like to join one, you can email email@example.com.
New ministry opportunities are happening on Wednesdays as well! Our New Hope Kids 1st-4th grade Hope Groups are meeting on Wednesdays t 6:30 pm. If your child would like to join a Hope Group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also happening on Wednesdays is a live, interactive online Bible study with Pastor Keith. This interactive experience allows participants to listen via live stream and respond to discussion questions via text. You can join this study, “Search for Meaning: Book of Ecclesiastes” on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm through our website (WATCH LIVE) or through the New Hope App.
We will be emailing out weekly updates about all the ministry opportunities and things happening at New Hope each Wednesday. If you want to join the email list, email email@example.com.
Children and Families – Our children’s ministry will be sending a weekly newsletter with devotionals, ideas to stay connected and serve, and support for parents and kids. If you are not connected to our children’s ministry yet, and would like to receive the weekly newsletter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share the Good
This past Sunday, Pastor Keith challenged us to Share the Good, and New Hope received 50 testimonies of the good people have seen God do in them, through them and around them during this time. The stories are inspiring, and we want you to be encouraged by them! You can read them online soon.
March 25, 2020 Update from Our Pastor
March 18, 2020 Update
In an effort to be wise, we are following the recommendations of medical experts at the national, state and local level, and will postpone meeting on our campus until we get through this challenging time. We will continue to meet and worship online each Sunday at 11:00 am. You can join us through our website (WATCH LIVE) or on Facebook Live.
The great news is it’s never been easier to invite others to church! So text, share Sunday worship events from our App, or tag your friends on Facebook and invite them to worship with us online!
All weekday ministries and ministry events are postponed until further notice. We are determining ways to carry out these ministries in different ways.
The church office will be closed to the public for the time being. We will re-evaluate, looking at updated information, on April 13. Our staff is continuing to work both remotely and on campus. Email and voicemail is still being monitored, so you can still get in touch with staff. If you are wondering how to continue your financial giving during this time, visit How to Give.