A sampling of Church Life at New Hope Presbyterian Church.

Monthly shepherding groups

Great fellowship

Art camp

Celebrating a birthday

Art Fair

Catching up with friends

March for Life in Washington DC

Young adult activities

Active youth group

Community outreach

Make new friends

Ladies' Ministries

Good conversations

Summer outdoor movie nights

Fun fellowship

Special celebrations

Time for dessert?

Art Camp 2017 Save the Dates

Art Camp 2017 Save the Dates

Art Camp 2017 is just around the corner, make sure you save the dates. The Art Camp theme this year is “The Heavens Declare the Glory of God”. Art Camp dates are Monday-Friday, July 17-21 2017. Art Camp 2017 is for Grades 1st-7th. More information and an online signup form to come.

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Good To Great

Good To Great

“Good is the enemy of great.” That’s the opening sentence from Jim Collins’s best-selling book on corporate management, Good To Great. He writes:

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Don’t Wait Another Year Until Easter

Don’t Wait Another Year Until Easter

Don’t Wait Another Year Until Easter. I hope that your church pulled out all the stops for a raucous celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Without this historic event, our Christian faith would be worthless. We should absolutely make Easter Sunday the biggest and best on the calendar.

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6 Reasons Why I Love Easter

6 Reasons Why I Love Easter

6 Reasons Why I Love Easter I love Easter. I love the celebratory music we sing at church. I love the passages of Scripture we read during worship. Most of all, I love the visual image of the Empty Tomb. In one culminating and specific moment in history, Jesus Christ summarizes and finalizes the salvation narrative. There are 6 things in particular that I love about the Empty Tomb.

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What Were You Made To Live For?

What Were You Made To Live For?

What Were You Made To Live For?
Why do little kids daydream about being a pilot or a princess?
Why do college students volunteer for charitable causes?
Why do sports fans lose their mind over a small round ball?

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