Author: Robert Haynes

This Sunday at New Hope

NOVEMBER SERMON SERIES – “Stewardship” Sunday, November 17, 2019 – Stewardship 301: Talent Jesus followers tend to focus on “spiritual gifts” when it comes to identifying the ways they can serve as disciples.  While this is an important element in the process it is only one element.  Whatever spiritual gifts, talents, or abilities we have been given they are intended to be used in serving the One who gave them to us.  Scripture is filled with examples of people of faith using all their abilities in expressing love and gratitude to God. – Pastor Paul We look forward to seeing you this Sunday at New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church!

Men’s Ministry Prayer Breakfast

The next regular monthly meeting of the New Hope Men’s Ministry is scheduled for Saturday, November 2, at 8:00 in the church kitchen. Our devotional will examine “watered down Christianity.” Sadly, some churches, even whole denominations, are going off the rails theologically.  How can we, as men of God, recognize these false teachings? Well, there are warning signs – certain phrases and ideas – that seem to be consistent in doctrines and ideas that are clearly counter-Christian. Join us as we examine 5 danger signs to be watchful for in our Christian walk.

C.P.W. Meeting Reminder

Sunday, November 3 at 5:00 in the church office conference room. Dinner, devotional, planning time, and FUN. We would love to have ladies try this out that are not currently attending CPW meetings.  All ladies of the church are technically part of CPW, it’s just a matter of if you are active or not, so let’s get more of us interacting together at CPW. Small groups are THE heart of the church.  It’s a lot of fun and you get to learn about someone else and you may get to meet more people! We look forward to seeing you Sunday night!!


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Pastor Paul’s Ponderings

Good morning New Hope! Sunday is our 2nd Annual Worship in the Park!  I am excited and believe it is going to be a wonderful time of worship and fellowship.  It has been great seeing our Worship in the Park signs in your yards and in other places throughout town.