Our Weekend Services

Church can be an intimidating place to visit — especially if you don’t know what to expect. We invite you to join us just as you are. We have no dress code (other than being dressed) and everyone is welcome.

We invite you to experience the gospel both intellectually and relationally by joining us for service on Sunday. You can engage with others as much as you want, or remain anonymous if you prefer. 

We hope that when you visit, you will experience the hope, love, and joy that can only be found within the family of God.

Authentic Worship

While worship is much more than the music portion of a service, we invite you to enjoy the presence of God as Miss Jackie and our praise team lead us.

Through music and Scripture, we present ourselves to God.

While we are not truly a liturgical church, each week we are reminded of the legacy of Christianity by reciting either the Lord's Prayer, the Apostle's Creed, or the Nicene Creed. 

Each week, we celebrate the sacrament of Communion as we remember that "God paid a ransom to save you from the empty life you inherited fro your ancestors. And it was not paid with mere gold or silver, which lose their value. It was the precious blood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God" (1 Peter 1:18-19, NLT).

Teaching from Scripture

"The most important thing in this book is this simple suggestion: that each church have a congregational plan of Bible reading and that the Pastor's sermon be from the part of the Bible read the pas week thus connecting the Pastor's preaching with the people's Bible reading."

Those words appear in most editions of Henry H. Halley's Bible Handbook (just look on the title page for "The most important page in this book is...") and captured Pastor JD's attention a couple of years ago while he was cataloging his library.

Having a common reading plan, and journeying through the Scriptures together has made an incredible difference in the life of New Hope Naz. We have come to value Scripture—the Bible—as the basis for understanding who God and who we are to be. Every Sunday morning you can expect to hear readings from Scripture, both Old and New Testament, as well as a message from God's Word to help us live like Jesus from day to day.