Christmas at Uncle Phil's Diner

December 3 & 4


Tickets: $10 Advanced Reservations Only - No Walk-Ins

Join us for interactive scenes, a diner dinner (don't order the meatloaf!), and 50's fun. The diner is packed because P.J., Uncle Phil's nephew, has overbooked the restaurant with Christmas parties. Different characters navigate the chaos by keeping the crowd entertained with music, games  the Dinner Bells choral group and lots of holiday spirit. The wait staff even throws in a nostalgic gift for Uncle Phil and stages a touching story of Christmas, as well as an audience sing-a-long. To reserve tickets click the button below to email Ann Lucia.

Women's Book Club

Thursday, December 8th 


The NHPW Book Club is open to women of New Hope and their friends. The meetings are on Zoom at this point, on 2nd Thursdays, 7-8:30pm. The book for November 10 is Under the Whispering Door by T.J. Klune. The book for December 8 is The Stranger in the Lifeboat by Mitch Albom. To sign up, or find out more info, contact Nancy Davidson.

Breakfast in Bethlehem

Saturday, December 10


Join us for a pancake breakfast at 10am and go on a journey of wonder and discovery about the Christmas story through crafts, storytelling, and carols.


Please RSVP below.


Sunday, December 11

4-5pm on Zoom

Oasis will be a welcoming safe community, that honors the Divine Spirit in everyone. It is a resource for contemplative prayer practices to inspire awareness of infinite love. The Contemplative Way creates a wider container to explore, experience and express spirituality. Please register on Realm to receive the link.

The Giving Forest

Sunday, December 11

The Big Sort 10:45am

The Giving Forest is supporting families from South Elementary, the Crisis Center, and One Nation Walking Together. Gifts can be dropped off and stored on tables in the Sanctuary, so bring them back any Sunday through December 11. Questions? Call or text Mike Dennis, 303 521 8610

The Longest Night

December 21st


The Longest Night is a service of light in the midst of darkness, for those who are in a season of grief or loss.

Christmas Eve

December 24th

Onsite 4,6,8pm

Online 4&6pm

At New Hope we have something for everyone! Our 4pm service is family friendly, especially families with young children. It's high energy and interactive.

Our 6 and 8pm services are full of carols and end the service with candles.

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