Welcome to New Hope United Methodist Church!
Building loving relationships with God and others
through the hope that is in Jesus Christ!
NEW HOPE YOUTH!
SIGN-UP NOW FOR ST. YOOTZ DAY AT FRONTIER CITY!
FEATURING MUSICAL GUEST MERCY ME
AUGUST 13--BUS LEAVES AT 1PM
TICKETS AND MEAL COST $35
Sunday August 14 in the Gathering area between services
Come and see what is going on and how you can get involved. We will have all the Fall Bible studies and Sunday School information for you to find where to plug in. There will also be many other ministry areas sharing how you can participate. It is a great opportunity to get connected and build relationships!
JULY 29-30--FAMILY CAMP
AUGUST 7--TRUSTEES MEET AT NOON
AUGUST 12--CHILDREN OF HOPE OPEN FORUM
AUGUST 13--ACOLYTE TRAINING AND ST. YOOTZ DAY
AUGUST 14--MINISTRY FAIR SUNDAY
AUGUST 14--PASTOR MEETS WITH YOUTH, YOUTH PARENTS,
AND YOUTH LEADERS
AUGUST 20--DATE NIGHT
AUGUST 23--CHILDREN'S DAY OUT RETURNS/DISTRICT SET-UP MEETING FOR CROSSROADS DISTRICT
AUGUST 24--WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEALS RETURN!!
PASTOR'S CLASS--5 MARKS OF A METHODIST
AUGUST 26--STEWARDSHIP DAY AT CHURCH OF THE SERVANT
AUGUST 27--SHIFT MEETING AT OCU 9-3
SEPTEMBER 10--DATE NIGHT
SEPTEMBER 11--BREAKING THE CODE--A STUDY OF REVELATION
SEPTEMBER 25--CROP WALK AT SKYLINE URBAN MINISTRY
OCTOBER 1--DATE NIGHT
OCTOBER 9--STEWARDHSIP SUNDAY
OCTOBER 23--CHILDREN'S SABBATH, CDO DAY
INSTALLATION OF BISHOP JIMMY NUNN AT ASBURY/TULSA
OCTOBER 30--TENT OR TREAT
NOVEMBER 5--FALL BAZAAR
We are looking to hire a Director of Youth Ministry. The job description can be found in the info center tab.
Theme: The Bible Is More Than a Book
Plugged Into the Power Source
Scripture: “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” (Isaiah 40:31).
Play: Place a drain plug in the kitchen or bathroom sink, and hold a dry tissue flat over the sink. Have each family member place one quarter on the tissue. Slowly drip water onto the tissue and count how many seconds it takes for the quarters to rip through. Repeat this activity using a washcloth in place of the tissue.
Talk: Discuss the different outcomes from this activity. The tissue wasn’t able to support the weight of the quarters for very long, but the washcloth never fell apart. It was strong enough. It’s easy for us to feel strong when things are going well. But when things begin to fall apart around us, we can lose hope.
If you run a long race and start out in the front of the pack, it’s easy to feel encouraged and strong. But as the race goes on and others start to pass you, it’s only natural to feel tired and discouraged. In the same way, when we face a challenge, it might be easy to rely on our own strength or resources for a while. But our energy can eventually wear out. Fortunately, God’s strength never does. When we’ve exhausted all our resources, we can find hope in our all-powerful God.
Pray: Thank God that you can rely on His strength. Ask Him to show you how to rely on Him more.
— Kim Washburn
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