Missions

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come on you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
Acts 1:8

The ends of the earth… (Global)

 

Operation Christmas Child

Help New Hope send the Good News to children who have never heard the name of Jesus! A shoebox gift is a tangible expression of God’s love and care. Our goal is to have 100 boxes prepared by December 12. Boxes can be dropped off any time before the deadline on campus, or you can build a box online by clicking here.
 
 

 How to Pack a Shoebox

1. Find a Shoebox– Start with an average-size cardboard or plastic shoebox. If you want to wrap it, cover the box and lid separately. You can use your own shoeboxes or one of our colorful preprinted ones. These hold up well and can be lasting gifts in themselves for children to store cherished items.
2. Get Your Label– Use a label to indicate on your shoebox whether it was packed for a boy or girl and which age category: 2-4, 5-9, or 10-14.
3. Fill with Gifts– Select a medium to large “wow” item such as a soccer ball with pump or stuffed animal, then fill with other fun toys, hygiene items, and school supplies. Don’t forget to also include a personal note and photo–sometimes these are the child’s favorite things to receive. Click here for gift suggestions.
4. Pray– Most importantly, “pray without ceasing” (1 Thess. 5:17) for the child who will receive your shoebox gift.
Please also pray for: their family to also be receptive to the Good News of Jesus Christ, the pastor of the church who delivers your shoebox gift. their community to be transformed by the Gospel.
5. Drop off– drop off your packed shoebox at our campus by November 14, 2021.

What NOT to pack

Candy, toothpaste, gum, used or damaged items, scary or war-related items such as toy guns, knives, or military figures, chocolate or food, seeds, fruit rolls or other fruit snacks, drink mixes (powdered or liquid), lotions or liquids, medications or vitamins, breakable items such as snow globes or glass containers, aerosol. Visit the “Can This Go in My Shoebox” FAQ page for more questions.

Jerusalem (Local)

Hope Food Pantry

 

Serving our community is core to who we are. We provide The Hope Pantry for our members and neighbors. We gladly serve in local apartment complexes in our community and continue to build bridges into people’s lives. We constantly give of ourselves and our resources in order to make a difference. We are always mindful of the words of Jesus in Matthew 25:40,

“Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.”

Community Block Party

Thank you to the community at The Reserve of Stone Hall for letting us host the block party this past October and a HUGE thank you to every one of our volunteers. We handed out over 350 hotdogs, countless bags of candy, and provided the community for a safe place to rest and play.

Judea (Statewide)

The Waverly Flood | 2021

The town of Waverly, TN was devastated by flash flooding in August of 2021. It immediately was put on the hearts of our deacons to come to the aid of the people of Waverly. They worked together with the church as well as local homeschool co-op, Heritage Christian Academy. New Hope was able to bless and care for people by donating bottled water, box fans, and non-perishables. 

Samaria (Nationwide)

Annie Armstrong | Easter

The North American Mission Board serves a diverse and complex region comprised of: United States, Canada, and US territories of Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa
 
More than $1 billion has been donated by Southern Baptist churches and individuals to support thousands of missionaries in church planting and compassion ministries. New Hope is honored to be a part of this kingdom work. Visit www.anniearmstrong.com to learn more!
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