Serving Others


New Hope members Ralph and Roberta Pippitt visited Zimbabwe in 1997 as they began

to enjoy their retirement and travels. Creating two non-profit organizations, including

a 10 church partnership( to support

orphaned children in Zimbabwe was never on the radar. The need they experienced

changed everything. Their faith and dedication has resulted in a

locally staffed operation in theMurewa district of Zimbabwe

working to feed, educate, and provide vital medicalservices to

nearly 800 orphans and vulnerable in the community. Consider contributing

to this New Hope tradition by getting involved in the ZMP Open at the spectacular

Arrowhead gold course on September 1st. 

You can 1) Sponsor or play here:  

2Join us for a live auction and lunch by emailing deanna or 

3)participate in the online auction here:

Help us by continuing to provide hope to these precious children

at Heather Chimhoga Orphan Care.




New Hope is a member of the Loaves & Fishes Coalition of Habitat Metro Denver. 

It is a non-profit Christian housing program that works in partnership with God and

people from all walks of life to build decent, affordable homes. The mission offers members

of New Hope the opportunity to be an active participant in constructing Habitat for

Humanity homes. No construction experience is needed. The Habitat construction

staff never asks someone to do something they are not comfortable doing

New Hope's Community Partner Missions

Emergency Shelter
Castle Rock Senior Center
Help & Hope Center (Task Force)
Wellspring Community
Sky Cliff Center
The Crisis Center

New Hope also offers room and facility support to many

groups including...


Alcoholics Anonymous

Boy Scouts

Civil Air Patrol

Girl Scouts

Homeschool organizations

Narcotics Anonymous

Pen Pals

Senior Missions is collecting cards for distribution to area senior living facilities.  Beginning Sunday, 5/2, blank cards, tips and instructions are available on the welcome table in the narthex . Not all recipients may be able to write back, but we encourage you to invite ongoing correspondence. This could be an individual undertaking or

one that your family can work together on. We are deeply grateful to the Wellspring Community for generously providing cards and artwork.