We would love for you to visit us this Sunday morning for worship at 10am. We love to welcome new people. Our services are a mix of traditional and contemporary. Communion services occur on the 1st Sunday of every month at the normal Sunday morning worship time. Dress how you'd like, as long as it's respectful. The norm here is semi-casual.

Children's Church and nursery are always available during Sunday morning worship. Children are dismissed partway through the service to be led to the classrooms before the sermon, and are brought back before the final song. We believe that corporate worship is something that children should be exposed to even at a young age. Wednesday nights are also a gathering night for us, beginning with a congregational meal (August-May). Weekly, we host The Well (our Student Ministry, click here for more info), Kids Club, choir practice.

Our Mission

New Hope strives to embody Jesus' Great Commission of us to "Go and make disciples of all nations," by being both a mission-focused and a church-planting church: spreading the Gospel to all corners of globe, including our own local community.

Additionally, we strongly encourage our members to be salt and light in the places God has called them, active in engaging and transforming their communities and culture with the Gospel of Jesus Christ by living it out in their own lives. 

Our Vision

Out of gratitude for God’s love, we strive to intentionally reform lives into Christ-likeness. As stewards of God’s grace, we seek to actively love the lost and our brothers unconditionally and sacrificially, allow the Holy Spirit to use us, and show everyone how they may enjoy the gift of eternal life. 

Our Beliefs

  • The Bible is the inspired Word of God and is our only rule for faith and life.
  • There is one God, existing in three persons - the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit - who are the same in substance and equal in power and glory.
  • Man is a sinner who, by reason of his sin, is guilty before God and is therefore justly deserving of His eternal judgement.
  • Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was born of the virgin Mary, became a man, and lived a life of sinless perfection in obedience to the will of God His Father. Jesus did everything necessary for the accomplishment of salvation by living a perfectly righteous life, dying on the cross, being raised from the dead, ascending to the right hand of the Father, pouring out his Spirit, and now living to make intercession.
  • Salvation is by God’s grace alone and is received by faith in Jesus, resulting  in forgiveness of sins, acceptance by God into his family, a new life of love for God and obedience to Him, and a new relationship with all other believers as brothers and sisters in the Lord.
  • The return of Jesus will be literal, physical, visible and will occur at the end of the age, at which time there shall be a resurrection of all the dead. All people will appear before his judgement throne. All those who have trusted in him for salvation shall enter into the glory of Heaven and everlasting fellowship in the presence of God. All those outside of the faith shall suffer the eternal punishment of Hell for their sins.

PCA Doctrine

What is the PCA?

The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) was formed to be a denomination that is “Faithful to the Scriptures, True to the Reformed Faith, and Obedient to the Great Commission.”
The PCA is an Evangelical and Reformed Presbyterian denomination. By Evangelical, we mean that we emphasize the gospel (good news of salvation) through faith in Jesus Christ, as well as affirming other orthodox Christian doctrines and holding to the inerrancy of Scripture.
By Reformed, we mean that we are connected to the teachings of the historic church and the doctrinal beliefs recovered by the Reformation. These doctrinal beliefs are expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith with the Larger and Shorter Catechisms. All officers (elders and deacons) of the Presbyterian Church in America must personally subscribe to and uphold the teachings of the Westminster Confession of Faith.
By Presbyterian, we describe our representative form of church government. Local churches are governed by a “Session” of “presbyters” (elders), elected by the members of the congregation. Representatives of local churches within a geographical area compose a “presbytery.” Representatives of presbyteries meet annually at “General Assembly.” Thus, through the combined efforts and resources of all of the churches, we are enabled to advance God’s Kingdom much more effectively. The Committees and Agencies of the PCA help lead this Kingdom work.

What  does the PCA believe?

  • The Bible is the written word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit and without error in the original manuscripts. The Bible is the revelation of God’s truth and is infallible and authoritative in all matters of faith and practice.
  • There is one God, who exists eternally in three persons in the Holy Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • All are sinners and totally unable to save themselves from God’s displeasure, except by His mercy.
  • Salvation is by God alone, as He sovereignly chooses those He will save. We believe His choice is based on His grace, not on any human individual merit, or foreseen faith.
  • Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God, who through His perfect life and sacrificial death atoned for the sins of all who will trust in Him, alone, for salvation.
  • God is gracious and faithful to His people, not simply as individuals, but as families in successive generations according to His Covenant promises.
  • The Holy Spirit indwells God’s people and gives them the strength and wisdom to trust Christ and follow Him.
  • Jesus will return, bodily and visibly, to judge all mankind and to receive His people unto Himself.
  • All aspects of our lives are to be lived to the glory of God under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.