Sunday Programs for All Ages

Sunday Programs for All Ages

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Questions? Please email Pastor Eddie Spencer.

For Adults

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8am

J.O.Y. -Jesus, Others, Yourself
This class marches through the Bible to gain a deeper understanding of Scripture. They are currently studying Ezekiel, then they will proceed to the book of Daniel. Everyone is welcome to join this study.
Demographics: Intergenerational
(Room 208)
Questions? Email Joel Sills or phone 239.561.2325.

Truth-Seekers
This class examines the Bible, theological issues, and other topics related to daily Christian living. They are currently studying the Book of Romans.
Demographics: Intergenerational
(Room 207)
Questions? Email Duane Higgins.

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9:30 am

 

Hope In the Word
This class studies the Scriptures book-by-book along with some major themes. They are currently doing a verse-by-verse study of the New Testament book of Colossians and will begin the Gospel of Mark on November 20.
Demographics: Intergenerational
(Room 207)
Questions? Email Beth Hoving or phone 239.671.1634.

Next Season
Led by Bill Stephens, the class is studying busyness. We will begin a new course on December 4. It is an 8-part Andy Stanley study entitled “Follow” and is a journey through the Gospels that traces Jesus’ teachings on what it means to follow.
Demographics: 50 somethings, single, married, dating, at the time of life before retirement
(Room 211)
Questions? Email Beth Schultz.

New Community @ 9:30
Beginning March 5
Are you new to our church family and/or want to connect with new friends?  Join us for great fellowship, prayer and time in the Word.
(Room 209)
Demographics: Intergenerational
Questions?  Email David & Brenda Carpenter or phone 239.243.8394.

Parent Network
Our next study is called “Intentional Parenting – 10 Ways to Be An Exceptional Parent in a Quick Fix World”, by Doug & Kathy Fields. It will run from October 16 through December 18. We will look at the 10 suggested ways to make an intentional parenting plan to move from just surviving in our parenting to making an impact on our children’s future. This is a DVD & discussion based study from Doug & Kathy fields who are veteran parents that have been engaged in youth and family teaching ministry for over 30 years.
Demographics: Parents of preschool age children through college
(Room 206)
Questions? Email Jackie Elliott.

WOW -Women of Worth
We will be studying the Gospel of Mark from January 8-April 9. This class will be DVD based using Lisa Harper’s The Gospel of Mark workbook (price $13.00) as our discussion guide. If you desire to grow in grace and knowledge in a caring community of women WOW might be just what you are looking for. The study “follows Jesus through His early days of ministry all the way to the cross. We know Him to be a God of unparalleled power and authority, but Mark’s account of Jesus paints Him as a deeply personal and intimate God too.”
Demographics: Women
Questions? Email Debi Campbell 239.464.9224
(Room 210)

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11am

 


Bereans
The Bereans study, meditate, and apply the Scriptures to their lives. This class typically works through a book of the Bible. But from time to time, also covers theology and areas of Christian discipleship. They are currently studying Romans.
Demographics: Intergenerational
(Room 206)
Questions? Email Duane Higgins.

Living Word
Along with a prayer time, this class discusses the Scriptures in a participatory group setting. They are studying the Gospel of John and will begin the study of the book of Acts in November.
Demographics: Intergenerational
(Room 207)
Questions? Email Jim LaRue or Bill Enslen.

New Life
They will start a study of Matthew on September 25 with a warm and humble commentary by the great English preacher Charles Spurgeon.
Demographics: Intergenerational
(Room 208)
Questions? Email Bill Bliem or phone 239.332.4001.

New Community @ 11
Are you are new to New Hope and looking for a place to meet great people?  Then, New Community is for you! God calls to us to grow together as we grow in Him.  As a group, we are focused on fellowship, group study, social interaction, and ministry together.  This is a great place to meet new people as we grow together in our walk with Jesus.
Demographics: Intergenerational
(Room 210)
Questions? Contact Dave Van Wagnen at 315.945.0849 or Brad Starner at 239.274.1230.

Seasons of Hope
Pastor Stu leads an Adult Seasonal class especially geared for our northern residents. Year round residents are certainly welcome. Art and Ginger Beckwith are the class facilitators. Our topic of study is the Book of Ephesians.
Demographics: Seasonal residents
(Room 209) 
Questions? Email Stu Austin

GreenLineFor Young Adults

Fusion is a group for college students and people in their 20s. We meet every other Sundays in room 208 after the 11 o’clock worship until 2pm. Join us for community, biblical discussions, and some great lunches!…. [Read more]

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For Children

Nursery care
Newborn to pre-k 7:45am – 12:15pm  rooms 201 through 205 (crib nursery is 205).
Nursery Care available during all Sunday Programming! We desire our Worship, Sunday classes and Life Groups be as family friendly as possible so please take advantage of our loving and resourceful nursery staff. More Info

Children: K- 5th
With World Changers, elementary students explore one virtue every month: A virtue is something God does in us to change the world around us. Each virtue gets two different presentations on Sunday mornings. Kids are invited to join us at one time or both! Children are in rooms 213 through 216 (large group room).  K-1st room 213; 2nd and 3rd room 214; 4th and 5th grade room 215. Questions? Email Debbie Norris.

  • 9:15am X-Factor. Graded small groups with combined Bible story and worship time.
  • 11am ReMix. K-5th video presentation and small groups.

For Teens

SoulStation: Sundays @9:30am for middle and high school students. This large group program helps teens discover and apply God’s Word. Bring a Bible – and fuel up!
(Room 212)
Questions? Email Jim Clark.