Sunday, December 15 – Choir Christmas Cantata The story of Christ’s birth has been being told for hundreds of years yet it is a story that never grows old. Come hear the story presented in word and song as the New Hope Choir presents “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”. – Pastor Paul And join us at 11:15 for our annual Church Family Christmas Party in the Fellowship Hall immediately after the cantata. Everyone is invited! We look forward to seeing you this Sunday at New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church
The New Hope Choir presented their Christmas Cantata “The First Noel”, and we had a great turnout! If you missed it or just want to listen to it again, you can find it below:
The New Hope Rotation Sunday School Class made a “Missing Man” table in the Welcome Foyer for Memorial Weekend to honor those in the armed service who are missing in action. Great job!
Many attendees at church on Pentecost Sunday participated by wearing something RED! Everyone looks festive!
If you are currently active in a church, we thank God for that. If you do not have a church home, or are new to our community, we want to share the good news of Jesus Christ at New Hope Church with you and your family. We invite you to join us here for worship. A message from our Pastor: New Hope has a new future because it is at the right place at the right time to do something fine for the Lord. Everything is in place — ideal location with enough land; beautiful sanctuary that is paid for and large enough in which to grow; space for new Sunday school rooms. The Lord seems to be gathering a congregation that will do something really big for the Lord in the next few years. It seems that every new person that comes to this congregation has the sense of call to help make happen here what God wants to happen. New Hope Church has an interesting history. It started as a frontier church, and continued as this area became a prosperous farming community. Now it is in a prime location for becoming a very strong church for future generations. This geographical area has not yet formed a “sense of community”, and it needs to. There will be some developmental issues we need to face together. A sense of community will make for better living for us all. So we...