Hello again New Hope!
You may remember me saying in the past that one of the goals of the ministry in Haiti in addition to sharing the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ is providing education to as many as possible. Each of our Cumberland Presbyterian Churches there also has a school. As these boys and girls complete their primary education and become young men and women the hope is to send as many as possible on to college. There is a young man in one of our churches who has completed his primary education, has recently married, and is now desiring to continue his education so that he can become a pastor. (more…)
The cold days of fall and winter will soon be here and with them come New Hope’s Compassionate Hands Homeless ministry. For 2017/2018, the CPW is doing a “Warmth for Winter” program that will help us to begin collecting items that the men we host in the Compassionate Hands ministry will need. (more…)
From Pastor Paul:
We have an opportunity to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey by providing needed supplies. Pastor Pat Driskell of Rogersville Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Rogersville, AL is leaving with a group this Sunday (September 3) to go to the Houston area to assist the Cumberland Presbyterian Churches and others in that area. (more…)
Come eat with us at 6:00 and stay for The Bible Study/Prayer Group, led by Pastor Paul at 6:30.
This Wednesday we continue our study of “The Letters of the Apostle Paul”.
Join us as we study and share a time of prayer for the church and each other. You will find this a mid-week recharge!
This is an excellent opportunity for spiritual growth. I hope to see many of you Wednesday evenings. – Pastor Paul
The CPW just got our 2nd quarterly check for the Kroger Community Rewards Program for $94.20. We had 9 people with Kroger Cards participating, and 4 of those are friends of someone at our church – they don’t even go to our church!! That is great!! We need to increase the count of 5 of our own people that are signed up though. This is FREE money. (more…)
Good afternoon New Hope!
Kathy Binney had a heart ablation at St. Thomas West this morning. The procedure went well and was successful and she will go home today. Offer a prayer of thanks and praise!
Nancy Taylor remains in Summit Hospital room 713. She has pneumonia and will remain hospitalized for a few days. She was feeling better this morning when I vistied with her. Pray for continued recovery and healing!