Children's MinistryWe are Christ-Centered & Family-Focused!
With all of our children’s and youth programs, great care is taken to ensure that only successfully screened volunteers have access to children under our care. We love kids, and want to make sure they are safe to the greatest degree possible.
Sundays @ 10am
Within the large group setting of the ‘Kingdom Kids’ program and the ‘Jesus and Me’ class, Sunday morning is a happening place to visit! From the fun games, and bible lessons to the occasional visit from “Agent 411” , you will find the heart of New Hope – kids and family. From the very beginning of our ministry in the area, New Hope has sought to reach children with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ in a manner that is both appealing and applicable to their age which ranges from three years to fifth grade. Older children are encouraged to take an active role in age appropriate leadership and given different ministry opportunities.
Wednesdays @ 7pm
Royal Rangers is New Hope’s Wednesday night ministry for boys age 3 to 5th grade. A program similar to Boy Scouts, Royal Rangers teaches boys to be godly men through Bible studies in age-appropriate groups. Weekly lessons, outdoor adventures, and achievement-based badge advancements help mold the boys’ characters at early ages.
Wednesdays @ 7pm
Missionette Girls Club is a bible-based, badge program for girls age 3 years to 5th grade. It provides an environment of support and accountability while helping girls to develop their gifts and abilities. Through fun activities, bible study and one-on-one mentoring, the girls can grow in their relationship with Christ. In addition, girls build lifelong relationships with mentors who encourage girls to be spiritual leaders.
Sundays & Wednesdays
At New Hope, we loves babies! Our nursery operates during services on Sunday and Wednesday as well as during many of the women’s ministry events. Our primary concern with every child left in our care is safety. We have furnished our nursery with child-safe toys and furniture and all toys are sanitized after every service to prevent the spread of germs. Families dropping off their children before service must complete a family information sheet to register their child. Only authorized representatives of the family will be able to pick-up the child after service.