Into the Wild:

Never Forget

We're starting a new series called "Into the Wild". We're a church in transition, going into a wilderness, but we know who we are and where we want to go.

 

 

RECENT SERMONS

What do you hear? What do you see?

August 7

This Sunday, we had a guest preacher. Rev. Dee Cooper joined us from the Presbytery as we transition into this next season at New Hope.

Celebrating Rev. Russ Kane

July 31

Watch as we celebrate and honor all the years Rev. Russ Kane and his family have dedicated to New Hope and the excitement for what's to come in his next journey of retirement.

Can We Change That?

July 24

What if we viewed the kingdom of God as a reality that continues to unfold before us? Changing the ways in which we interact with the world instead of being set in our ways?

RECENT SERIES

Into the Wild

The Israelites liberation from Egypt and their journey to the promised land is a compelling narrative that happens in our own lives. We each find ourselves enslaved: to work, destructive behavior/relationships, spending, righteousness, etc. If we just step into the wild, our journey can help us face our fears, receive our new identity, experience transformation, and live into our newfound freedom. 

Summer-Fall 2022

Under Construction

This series shares stories in scripture of the people of God being led into new and uncharted territory. So often the church feels like we know what God expects of us and it’s settled, but God continues to work in us and around us for the redemption of all things. What happens when God calls us to “remodel” the church and ourselves in order to follow God into the future God has planned for us? 

June-July 2022

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OUR PASTORS

Jordan Warntjes

Associate Pastor

I'm Pastor Jordan Warntjes and I've had the joy to serve at New Hope for 7 years. Our congregation is one of the most encouraging and caring groups of people I have encountered in ministry. What I love most about New Hope is their courage to love, seek justice, and to be inclusive to those who have been burned by church. If that resonates with you, then we might be home for you.