Prayer & Praise Night

Join us for a night of prayer and praise on May 22nd at 6:30pm. We look forward to a time of fellowship, prayer, and worship with you. Everyone is welcome!!

Summer Softball

New Hope will participate in a summer softball league with our sister churches from the Treasure Valley. Jake Strong will be the coach for our New Hope team. Regular season games will be held on Thursday nights beginning June 2nd and ending August 11th. A tournament on August 13th will finish out the season. You don’t have to be available to play every game, and there is no cost to you to sign up. This is a great way to have some fun fellowship with other New Hope folks during the summer. If you are interested in playing on the team, please sign up on the welcome table or contact the office. 

VBS 2022 – Zoomerang

Be prepared to experience the jaw-dropping beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, the arid temperature of outback afternoons, the architectural marvels of Australia’s modern cities, and the fascinating eucalyptus forest, home of the koalas.

At Zoomerang, the newest Answers VBS, you’ll marvel at the unforgettable wildlife, culture, and beauty of Australia while exploring the wonder and value of life, from the lives of preborn babies to eternal life in the kingdom of God. During this VBS, kids will discover that life is valuable. From the tiniest to the oldest, each person is made in the image of God—wonderfully designed to know him and live for him!

VBS will take place every day from 1-3:30pm July 18th-22nd. Register now and mark your calendars for an amazing week together! The cost is $5.00 per child and you can pay for VBS on the first day. All kids ages 4 to 5th grade are welcome to attend. Click the link to register.

Change for Life – Lifeline Pregnancy Center

This annual campaign helps to change lives by providing life-affirming education to women and men in unplanned pregnancies as well as practical support for those who have made the choice of life for their babies. All proceeds raised in this campaign go to Lifeline Pregnancy Center. To participate please pick up a baby bottle on the welcome table in the foyer and fill it with change over the next few weeks. All baby bottles must be returned by Father’s Day which is June 19th. Please return them to the welcome table where they will picked up by the finance team.

Camp Pinewood – Work Weekend

Camp Pinewood is a Christian camp and conference center in McCall, Idaho, that is supported by New Hope as well as ten other sister churches that are the Southern Idaho Regular Baptist Churches. The camp is run by a board that consists of pastors and laymen from our association of churches, as well as paid staff and many volunteers. Camp Pinewood’s mission is to glorify God by partnering with churches in making Biblical disciples of Jesus Christ through the camp experience. As summer camps get ready to kick off in June, the camp needs some cleaning and sprucing up. If you are able to help with some projects and cleaning around camp, please register on the Camp Pinewood website. The link is listed below. This is a great opportunity to serve at camp, get to know others from our sister churches, and have a little fun while doing so. An extra way you can help to make camp beautiful and colorful again this summer is to bring a flat of flowers or a hanging basket.

New Members Class

If you would like to know more about what New Hope believes or are interested in joining us in membership, please stay for the New Members Class on Sunday, May 15th after Sunday School hour. Membership is the first step to getting plugged in and serving here at New Hope! Lunch & childcare will be provided. Please sign up at the welcome center so we can plan accordingly.

The following is taken from our constitution about membership.

Every member of the church is expected to be faithful in all spiritual duties essential to the Christian life, as set forth in the Scriptures; to attend the meetings of the church; to labor for the physical and spiritual welfare of fellow members and for the success and progress of the work of the church; to regard and protect its reputation in the community; to contribute regularly and according to the ability for its expenses and programs; to honor and esteem the elders, pray for them regularly, and assist them in carrying out the programs of the church.

You can read more about membership by following this link to our constitution and begin reading on page 10.