In-Person, in the Youth Room, 9:30am - 10:30am
Sunday School at New Hope is an hour of directed Bible study. Currently, we meet all grades (6-12) in our youth room. Our Sunday School is led by a group of faithful adult volunteers who love getting to share, wrestle with, and discuss God's word with youth. Sunday School is a safe space where students are encouraged to ask questions which pertain to their faith, as to form and grow their own understandings through guided discussion.
Sunday Night Bible Study - Our Purpose is Love:
In-Person, in the Youth Room, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
For those who feel comfortable attending an in-person youth experience at this time, Sunday nights are designed to be an immersive discipleship opportunity to further our Christian faith through a concentrated group study. These studies allow students to begin learning what it means to develop a faith that they can own in their daily lives. Further, this time is constructed to promote building relationships through activities, games, a meal, bible study and worship. Students should enter through the rear of the gym (north side of the property, near our storm cellars) and either remain there or proceed to the youth room. Our study this fall will be David Field's Our Purpose is Love: the Wesleyan way to be the church, as we examine what it means to love God and neighbor today both in the world and in the church.
Wednesday Night Zooms:
Join us on Zoom, 5:30pm - 6:15pm
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Wednesday's have gone virtual for at least the month of September. Wednesday night zooms are an opportunity for our Youth to come together to reflect on their weeks in a more-relaxed environment. This abbreviated session is designed so that students can engage in an inclusive faith community and a devotional from the comfort of their own home (or wherever they choose!). This is designed to be cognizant of the time, homework and busy schedules our youth are often tasked with today. Contact Tyler Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org) for your link to this weekly study.