March 26 is the Fourth Sunday in Lent.
At 10:00 Pastor Paul will bring a message entitled “Dead or Alive” focusing on the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans found in Romans 6:1-14. God has brought us into union with his Son Jesus Christ, so that just as he died to sin and rose from the dead, we too might die to sin and live for righteousness; we too can now meet the standard demanded by the Father’s holiness. This union with Christ is the grace to which Paul refers in 6:1-14. It is completely incongruous to Paul that we should be united to Christ himself and then continue in sin. This is Paul’s point in Romans 6:1-14.
Join us as we continue our journey to the cross during this season of Lent.
We look forward to seeing you this Sunday at New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Sunday Worship Program for March 26th: (Click more…)
New Hope Church is usually open on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings for worship. The exception would be if the pastor or church session makes the determination not to hold services due to dangerous or adverse weather conditions or other unusual situation. A page on this website will advise you if the church is to be closed for services on Sunday mornings or other times.
If the church is open, but weather conditions are unfavorable, the church van may not run its route. This decision will be made by the driver and the decision may not be made in time to be posted to this page. A rule of thumb is that if there are icy conditions or other extreme weather, then do not expect that the van will be running its route.
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Good morning New Hope!
Everywhere we look we seem to find conflict. There is race conflict, there is political conflict, there is conflict with authority, there is conflict between religions, and there is even conflict between forces in our environment. (more…)
Daylight Saving Time starts Sunday March 12. Don’t forget to “Spring Forward” one hour Saturday evening March 11. Otherwise you will be an hour late for church on Sunday!
This is also a great time to check batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms!
Good evening New Hope!
Alexandria and Colleen had an amazing experience on the last ministry trip to Haiti. Here is a message from Alexandria.
I am so excited to be able to share Colleen and I’s experience with you! There are never words to describe the impact that the people of Haiti, the CP ministers, and the mission team have on my faith and personal growth. Each time I have visited Haiti, I feel an immediate spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental renewal. I’ll be sharing in more detail during a special service coming up but I wanted to give you a brief overview of what we were able to accomplish in our time there. (more…)