Welcome to New Hope United Methodist Church!
Come Home to Worship! Come Home to Fellowship!
Come Home to God! Come Home to New Hope!
JOIN US IN A TIME OF GLAD CELEBRATION!!!
BUILDING DEDICATION SUNDAY--SEPTEMBER 14
COMMUNION IN THE COURTYARD AT 9AM
THEME: "DEVOTE YOURSELVES COMPLETELY"
SERVICES OF DEDICATION AND CELEBRATION
AT 9:45 AND 11AM
POTLUCK LUNCH AT NOON
St. Yootz Day
is Saturday, August 9!
Cost: $25 See Donette to Sign-up
Proceeds go to Youth Service Fund and Provides
Scholarships for Youth
New Hope Ministry Fair--Sunday, August 10
Find Your Place to Learn and Serve!
To Showcase Your Ministry Area--Contact Cali Eck
July 4 Happy Birthday America!! Office Closed!
July 6-Holy Communion
July 7-11 NOKC District Camp
July 13--Men of Hope Hamburger Lunch
Baptism of Cade Wetzel
July 14-18 Workshop of Wonders VBS
July 21-28 VIM Nicaragua Construction
July 28-August 4 VIM Nicaragua Sewing
July 31--Young at Heart Sandwich and Sundae Lunch
August 9-St. Yootz Day-Youth to Frontier City
Volunteers to Install New Playground!
August 10-Ministry Fair and Potluck Lunch
August 16-Men of Hope Work at Regional Food Bank
August 17-Church Council 6:30pm
August 26-NOKC District Meeting 11:30-1
September 14-Building Dedication Sunday!!
September 23-27-Lifetouch Photos for New Church Directory
Here is a great devotion for you and your family from thrivingfamily.com
Hands-on Faith for Families
Theme: 1 John 1:1-9
No Beginning, No Ending
Play: Take turns making up short stories. Before each person’s turn, have family members name a person, place or thing to be included in the story. When a person has included that element, the person may touch someone else's hand to tag out. Then the tagged person must end the story before the next person can start a new story.
Talk: The stories you created have a beginning and an ending, just as our life on earth has a beginning and ending. The Bible tells us that everything was created through Jesus, the Word (John 1:1-4). He is life and the giver of life (1 John 1:1-4). Although we had a beginning, Jesus did not. He was born as a human, but He has always been and always will be God. When He died on the Cross, death could not hold Him (Acts 2:24). He was too powerful. How does knowing that Jesus has no end make you feel safer?
Prayer: Ask God to help you understand that Jesus is God. He was, is and always will be.
—Donna K. Stearns
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Donette Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org
WiFi is now available at our church. The password for NHUMC guest network is JESUSCHRIST.
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Photographers will be here on these dates. Pictures that you order will be in long before Christmas.