new  hope  fellowship

New Hope Fellowship exists to behold and broadcast the majesty and mercy of God in the entirety of our lives, individual and corporate, unto the coming Kingdom of Christ.

important announcements

  • Covid-19 Update

    livestream & limited in-person services

    In addition to video livestreaming our worship services via ZOOM video conferencing, we also have started allowing a limited number of individuals to attend in-person on Sundays. We currently allow for 30 attendees. 


    Online registration is required and is made available each Monday via email. If you would like to attend and do not have access to these emails, please email sarah.mills@nhf-online.org to register, or contact one of the elders. 


    The video livestream can be accessed here beginning at 2:20pm.


    To access audio only, one-tap: 19294362866,,6815513378#


    A time for questions and prayer will immediately follow the service, on the same livestream.


    To access previous livestreams and church updates, please visit our YouTube channel here.

  • Youth group events

    Friday night Youth Group gatherings have resumed via Zoom.

    Please contact the NHF Youth Director, Brian Lee, for more information about the Youth Group, including our temporary Friday Virtual Youth Gatherings and Bible Studies, and other Youth Group events.

  • children's ministry

    Important announcements regarding children's ministry:

    • Sunday School will not be meeting in-person until further notice.
    • Virtual Sunday School is offered on Sundays @1:45-2:15p on Zoom #2 for 2nd-5th graders and on Zoom #3 for Toddlers-1st graders. 
    • Every Sunday, the elders and other appointed men will take turns teaching from The New City Catechism. Please bring your children to worship service for praise & children's ministry time.
  • Fall Men's Discipleship Group

    We're aiming to kick off the FALL 2020 Discipleship Group season in October. 


    This season we plan to read "Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Religion" by Rebecca McLaughlin. God willing, this award-winning book will help us understand and respond to some of the questions that keep many from considering faith in Christ and cause difficulty for many followers of Christ, too.


    Books will be provided free of charge for everyone who signs up.


    Please register at this link as soon as possible so we can organize groups and get those books ordered.

  • fall women's discipleship group

    We're aiming to kick off the FALL 2020 Discipleship Group season in October. 


    This season we plan to read "Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Religion" by Rebecca McLaughlin. God willing, this award-winning book will help us understand and respond to some of the questions that keep many from considering faith in Christ and cause difficulty for many followers of Christ, too.


    Books will be provided free of charge for everyone who signs up.


    Please register at this link as soon as possible so we can organize groups and get those books ordered.

  • members meeting

    Our next all-member meeting will be on Sept 20, immediately following the worship service.

  • Apologetics seminar with chap bettis

    Chap Bettis, author of "The Disciple-Making Parent" will be with us on Sept 26-27. He'll deliver an apologetics seminar on Saturday afternoon, Sept 26 from 1-4pm in Ammerman Hall and online for youth group students and adults. To sign up for this free seminar, please register at this link. 

  • parenting discussion with chap bettis

    Chap Bettis, author of "The Disciple-Making Parent" will be with us on Sept 26-27. He'll lead a parenting discussion on Sunday morning, September 27 from 10am-11:30am in Ammerman Hall and online. To sign up for this free event please register at this link.