Sunday morning is about Jesus.

We know that visiting a church can be a little intimidating. Come as you are.
Expect to find imperfect people worshiping a perfect God.

What can I expect?

If this is your first time visiting New Hope we would like to invite you to one of our  services at 8:15an, 9:30 am, or 11:00 am on Sunday mornings. 

Our services are about and 70 minutes long and include a time of communion,  contemporary worship, and a message that will help us to dig deeply into God's word and apply it to our lives.

During our 2nd & 3rd services our children ministry provide outstanding programs for our youth. Follow the signs to our kid check station, to safely check in your child, where they can experience an awesome time in our KidCity and Phase classes.

Be sure to stop off at our welcome station to get all your questions answered and allow us to greet you with a gift card for a cup of coffee on us! 


What do Sunday mornings look like?

Our services are about an hour long. The music style is best described as contemporary.

We pray together, our members contribute to an offering, take communion, 

and hear a message that helps us to apply what we learn from God's word, The Bible.

Are there things for kids on Sunday morning?

Absolutely! Please visit our children and youth pages at the top of our website for more details!

What is communion?

Communion is for all believers. 

During communion a plate of crackers and small cups of juice are passed, 

in remembrance of the body and blood of Christ, and his sacrifice on the cross.

What kind of church is New Hope?

New Hope is an independent, non-denominational church affiliated with the Christian Churches/Church of Christ. 

We strive to make growing disciples of Jesus Christ by being a church that loves God, loves others, and serves both. 

Statement of beliefs

New Hope Christian Church is an independent non-denominational congregation who stands in the historic tradition of the Church since it began. We do not share all the beliefs of every other congregation, but we believe there is a consensus on most of the essentials of the Christian faith. This core of belief has been labeled by C. S. Lewis, "Mere Christianity." These basics of the faith center on the person of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible, and particularly in the New Testament. As a congregation, we tend to seek unity by focusing on these central truths of the Christian faith, rather than focus on areas that divide and separate Christ’s Body, the Church.

We believe in one God who created everything. We believe in his son Jesus Christ, who is in his very nature God, born of the virgin Mary. We believe he lived a sinless life, as both fully God and fully man. He was killed on a cross, dead and buried. On the third day, he was resurrected from death. We believe Jesus’ resurrection is an example of what will happen when he returns to the earth for His Church. Those who are saved by his grace through faith will rise to meet Him in the air, and be with him forever. There is no hope of salvation outside of Jesus Christ, He is the way, the truth, and the life, and no one comes to the Father except through Him.

We believe in the Holy Spirit, who living in those who are baptized into Christ. We believe He gives spiritual gifts to those who are in Christ, and is active in the lives of believers. We believe He comforts, guides, and convicts the heart of sin. We also believe He makes his presence known in the midst of those who are gathered to worship the Lord.

We believe those who desire to enter into a relationship with Christ must exhibit a personal commitment to Him as Lord and Savior. Belief in God should be accompanied by a willingness to both publicly confess one’s faith and repent (turn away) from sin. There should also be a desire to live a life of obedience beginning with one’s baptism by immersion into Christ.

We believe in the authority of Scripture in both Old and New Testaments. We affirm that Scripture is true and accurate in all matters it addresses, and should be regarded as the final authority on all spiritual matters. We choose to have elders (pastors) in the local body who are responsible for the spiritual well-being of the congregation and to provide guidance for the body when needed.

In the essentials, we desire unity. In areas of opinion, we seek liberty. In all things, we pursue love. This document is designed to clarify our areas of agreement, not to be a creed requiring formal agreement. We desire to have no creed but Christ, and to use the Bible as our final rule of faith and practice.