Serving Others

NEW HOPE ZIMBABWE MISSION

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New Hope members Ralph and Roberta Pippitt visited Zimbabwe in 1997 as they began to enjoy their retriement and travels. The need they experienced changed everything. Their faith and dedication has resulted in a locally staffed operation in the Murewa district of Zimbabwe working to feed, educate, and provide vital medical services. Is God nudging you to get involved in mission work at New Hope Presbyterian? The Zimbabwe Mission Partnership is looking for new members on the Zimbabwe Team at New Hope Presbyterian Church. New Hope is the founding congregation of the ZMP, a fully volunteer organization comprised of 10 churches gthat have banded together to support the work of Heather Chimhoga Orphan care in rural Zimbabwe. Volunteers from the churches comprise a stateside board of directors seeking to raise funds to help nearly 800 orphans and vulnerable children, pray for one-another, and help facilitate ongoing progress toward self-sufficiency at HCOC. Involvement is easy and rewarding. This is a team of energized, passionate and amazing individuals who experienc great joy in serving children in Zimbabwe. The time commitment is minimal, a few hours a month.

Interested, pleasecontact Deanna Heyn at 303.396.2130 or deannaheyn@gmail.com


HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

 

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...

Al-Anon

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.