Shared Interest Groups bring people together based on things they love to do or want to learn more about. These groups provide opportunity to build new friendships within the church family, but also to include friends outside the church who share a common interest.
Life Groups are comprised of 6-12 people who meet in a home setting, providing a comfortable environment for people to connect spiritually and socially as they share faith, fun, and fellowship along with life experience and prayer. To sign up for a group, follow these simple steps:
If you are interested in becoming a Life Group host or facilitator, please contact Pastor Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education & Study
Making disciples is the priority of the Great Commission Jesus gave us in Matthew 28:19-20. Part of the method He gave us in that passage involves teaching We offer Bible-based education classes for all age groups as part of our effort to more thoroughly equip people to live for Christ and serve His purposes in the church and community.
If you have ideas for a new class or are interested in becoming a teacher, contact Pastor Carey.
Missions & Prayer
These groups gather regularly to pray for various needs represented in the church or the ministries we support. We have launched over 20 Live Dead Pray Bands to lend prayer support to teams planting churches among unreached people groups in areas that are typically hostile to Christianity and the gospel. In the future, we will be launching more Pray Bands related to other ministries we support around the world.
Care & Support
These groups work to provide spiritual, relational, and emotional support to their members who are working through difficult situations, transitions, or life-altering issues.
Single Parents Group
Sundays | 9:15 AM | Room 168 (enter southeast door)
This is a new group for women and men who are parenting solo. Whether married before or never married, this group will provide encouragement and insight in dealing with your unique life issues. You may be a single parent, but you don’t have to parent alone.
Tuesdays | 6:30 PM | New Hope Student Campus
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. By applying practical, Bible-based principles, we allow God’s grace to bring hope, healing, and spiritual growth into every aspect of life. At Celebrate Recovery, you will find the freedom to be all you were made to be! Childcare available for infant – fifth-grade. See our Celebrate Recovery page here
Monthly, First Thursdays | 11 AM | Student Campus Chapel
“Widows In Need of God’s Strength.” This is a monthly gathering for food, fellowship, and testimonies.
Dementia Caregivers Support
Third Sundays | 4:30 PM | Room 216
A structured gathering of caregivers, family, and friends of persons with dementia.
Sundays, March 1 – May 24 | 5:45 – 7:15 PM
This practical, encouraging 13-session course is for anyone working through the emotions and life-changes stemming from the death of a loved one. It meets in Room 212. The cost is $15 to cover the student handbook. To RSVP, contact Pastor Carey at 515.777.6387 or email@example.com.