What's going on at New Hope?

Thinking about worshiping with New Hope on Sunday? Unsure of what to expect? Here are a few things you can count on Sunday while you are here...

Casual Atmosphere
Don't feel like you need to dress or act a certain way. Come as you are and be accepted for who you are. Jeans, shorts, suit, or tie, it makes no difference. We are all part of God's family. All are welcome.
Coffee and Donuts
Need some caffeine to wake you up in the morning? Join us at 9:30am for our coffee fellowship. If that doesn't work, load up on some sugar with a few donuts!
Sunday School
Want to learn a little more about this guy named Jesus? We have Sunday School for Adults and Youth of all ages starting at 9:45am! 
Engaging Worship
At 10:45am we gather and worship God. During the service we sing songs, pray, read the Bible, have communion, and hear a message that is relevant to our lives. While our worship is only about 60 minutes long, we hope you encounter the spirit of the living God and continue your worship throughout the week.
When you visit New Hope, be prepared to be greeted with love and be welcomed with open arms.
 

For your growing child...

Have a few kiddos that will be joining you on Sunday morning? First, feel free to let them worship with you! The shouts, screams, crinkling of snack bags, crying, and laughter is always welcome! We are a community that worships God and everyone (from the youngest infant to the oldest adult) is part of that community. However, if you would like to give your child an environment that may better suit them, you are welcome to drop them off at our nursery which is offered for children under the age of 4. Whichever option you choose, do what makes you feel comfortable! 

Still not sure?

Still not sure if New Hope is right for you? Wondering if you will really fit in? We promise, you will! But, if you want to get a little more information about us, take a look at our Newsletter by clicking the image below. It gives some information about what it goin on this month. Hope it helps!