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How Do I Meet People?
Our church is not a place for spectators. It is a place we strive to build disciples who make disciples. Whether you are a five-year old child, a ninety-five year old grandmother, a busy mom, or a businessman with big responsibilities, we want you to be a part of our vibrant church community fulfilling your individual role in the Great Commission of Jesus. Here are some ways you can learn, serve, and grow at New Hope.
 
Sunday School
Often, small groups of people are better able to interact and learn about a topic than larger groups. Each Sunday morning, children and adults alike get to participate in their own classes. Bible lessons are taught in such a way that every child, student and adult have an opportunity to participate and learn in an environment tailored to them. We have a class to suit almost anyone, Contact our pastors to see which class we can connect you to! 
 
TUPOS Student Ministry
Tupos is a Greek noun with a double meaning in English.  Tupos means (1) to be an example or a pattern for, and (2) to make an impact on or leave an impression on another.  Our desire as a ministry is to teach students to be an example and make an impact for Christ in this world.  This word is rooted in the theme verse for this ministry, found in 1 Timothy 4:12, Our goal is to be both an example and an impact by reaching, teaching, and ministering to students as we use our own students to, in turn, reach, teach and minister to others.
GA / RA / Mission Friends
On Wednesday Nights we have a special opportunity for our elementary and preschool aged children to learn about God. Our preschool group Mission Friends, Girls in Action (GA) and Royal Ambassadors (RA) are age and gender specific group that help our students learn about God through various Bible Activities and missionaries!
 
Sewing Groups
New Hope is blessed with some very talented ladies who are passing on the skill of sewing and quilting to another generation. Whether you are interested in creating intricate blankets or repairing or making clothes for a family on a budget these ladies can help. In addition to all these things they have a part in our mission work by making gospel dolls, and other things for Operation Christmas Child Shoe boxes and our teams which go on mission trips. This ladies are awesome!
 
 
Brotherhood
Our men’s group meets most every third Sunday morning for breakfast, a time of devotion and prayer. This group also participates in mission projects locally and regionally as there is need helping with simple and complex building projects, clearing debris from storm damage and constructing ramps for the elderly. This is talented and willing group of men with diverse talents who serve the Lord. Additionally, several participate in our county wide Brotherhood meeting where we gather with all believers from all churches across our county!

 

Music & Worship Ministry
The Music & Worship Ministry at New Hope includes opportunities to serve, using the musical talent God gave you, for His glory. We have an Adult Choir (Ages High School through Adult), Children’s Choir (Grade School Singers), Adult Handbell Choir (Ages High School through Adult), Young Ringers (Grade School Handbell Ringers), an Adult Praise Team that leads worship on Sunday mornings, and a Youth Praise Team that leads worship on Wednesday nights for WNL (Wednesday Night Live) our Youth Bible Study.
 
Senior Adults
Once you get past fifty, the fun has just begun. Whether retired, just plain tired, or active as ever, the over-50 group at New Hope provides refreshment, ministry, and times of valuable interaction. Our Senior have inspired us and are still interested in leaving a legacy and finishing well and New Hope exists to provide community and encourages for all age to all ages. Every year we celebrate our Senior Adults on Senior Adult Sunday and we also travel to the Sensational Celebration together!
 
 
Committees & Deacons
As with any organization it takes people willing to do the work behind the scenes. You must be a member to serve on a committee and many of our members are faithful to serve and help our church function behind the scenes, From overseeing God’s monetary blessings to serving with talents of cooking, visiting or ministering to those in need our committees and our Deacons are instrumental to organizing the ministries of New Hope.