Culture in Crisis

In our ever-evolving world, it’s hard to ignore the cultural turbulence that surrounds us. Take a few steps out your door or a few scrolls down your social feed, and you’ll find yourself inundated with divided opinions, conflicting values, unspoken pressure, and subjective answers.

When the voices of controversy are louder than our own, how can we hold firm to truth and navigate things we might find ourselves at odds with? How can we have hope for tomorrow when there is so much division today?

This message series isn’t about political views or social opinions. It’s about transformative answers. We invite you to journey with us and discover how to respond to a culture in crisis.


On these Sundays, 9:30 & 11:00 am, we will take on these tough topics:

October 1  | We Must Start with Truth
October 8 |  What About Diversity?
October 15  |  What About Sexuality?
October 22 |  What About the Unborn?
October 29 |  What About Social Justice?

Join Us On Campus

New Hope is located at the corner of Hwy. 183 & New Hope Dr. in Cedar Park. Our campus address is 200 W. New Hope Dr., Cedar Park, TX 78613

Join Us Online

If you can’t make it to our campus, you can still join us online for our Sunday services! We will stream both services, 9:30 & 11:00 am.


We understand that some of the topics in this series may include sensitive discussions that parents are not ready for their children to participate in. We are offering families an alternative worship experience for their kids during the month of October to support their discernment.

Here’s where your kids can find engaging worship, learning and play:

PRESCHOOL (infants-Kinder)
Infants-2 yrs.: Preschool Wing (lower EDU Bldg.)
3 Years: CHILD Bldg. 103
4 Years/PreK: CHILD Bldg. 109 & 110
Kindergarten: CHILD Bldg. 108

KIDS (1st-5th)
1st-3rd Grade: 9:30 am, CHILD Bldg. 203/205
1st Grade: 11:00 am, CHILD Bldg. 111
2nd Grade: 11:00 am, CHILD Bldg. 201
3rd Grade: 11:00 am, CHILD Bldg. 204

PRETEENS (4th-5th Grade)
4th & 5th Preteen: 9:30 & 11:00 am, Portable


Reading Plan

Go deeper by participating in a Bible Reading Plan on facing a culture in crisis! Download The Bible App (YouVersion), and search for one of these Bible Reading Plans.

This 4-day reading plan takes on the question is it possible to disagree with on another and still love unconditionally? Take a look at Jesus’ example and learn how to choose people instead of choosing sides.

In this 6-day reading plan, David Platt shares that the truths of the gospel should compel us to a contrite, compassionate and courageous personal response to social issues in the culture. He challenges the contemporary church to have the courage to counter the culture.

New Hope First Baptist Church
New Hope First Baptist Church