Hope For Life Recovery

Our Recovery Groups:

Thursdays - 6:13 to 7:30pm - The Shop at New Hope-Cambridge - Dinner and Children's Program Provided

Saturdays - 5:30 to 6:30pm - Prayer Room at New Hope-Cambridge

Fridays - 8:00pm - Prayer Room at New Hope-Cambridge - led by Dellwood Recovery

All groups are 12 Step, Bible based, and co-ed. We use the Recovery Devotional and Life Recovery Bibles. We are a self-sustaining group with all offerings going to provide coffee, snacks, and Bibles if you can not afford one. Anonymity and confidentiality are our focus and all are welcome to find a safe place to find healing and comfort amidst the storms of life. 

In addition to substance abuse recovery, we welcome anyone with other "Hurts, Habits, and Hang-ups".  These include but aren't limited to depression, codependency, PTSD, and more.  For more information contact the New Hope Office at 763-552-7979.

We also have ministry groups that teach Spirituality at Dellwood Recovery Center, Isanti County Jail, and Kanabec County Jail. 


Welcome to HopeKids, New Hope’s Children’s Ministry! Each Sunday at both campuses your kids will experience a fun and safe environment where they will explore the WONDER of who God is and His love for them and DISCOVER how they fit into His plan. HopeKids offers awesome programming for kids from newborn up to 5th grade at both the Cambridge and Isanti campuses. In HopeKids we believe, parents have the greatest potential to influence their child’s relationship with God. We also believe the church is called to partner with parents and to raise their kids to be passionate followers of Jesus Christ. 

We use monthly Bible verses, weekly Bible lessons, age appropriate activities, and worship to show our youngest kids their FIRST LOOK at their loving, heavenly Father. There are three age groups: Infants and Toddlers,  Preschool (3, 4 & 5 Year Olds), and K-5th Grade.


"Where everyone knows your name." 

Our vision is for the students of Isanti County to be filled with the presence of Jesus. While we like to have fun, play games, and build friendships, our main goal is that you know Jesus Christ personally. Following Him is an important decision that you get to make, and we're here to cheer you on to do it. 

You can join us on Wednesday night's at youth group, and hey, if it's your first time, bring a friend with you. You can find more details and join our weekly newsletter at:  hsmyouthgroup.com.

Wednesdays join us at: 

Cambridge Campus  - 33030 Vickers Street

Isanti Campus - 114 Dahlin Avenue

Braham location - 105 Central Drive STE G

Middle School: 6-7:20pm

High School: 7:30-9pm


Justin Domino - Pastor of Student Ministries

Phone: 763-354-8953

Email: justin@nhccmn.org


Our family ministry includes HopeMen, HopeWomen, and other events and activities for the whole family! For more specific groups for men and women, scroll to the HopeGroups section below.

Wednesday Family Experience

These nights are a fantastic way to engage with your own family, get to know other families over dinner, and learn a great truth from God’s Word. This year we will be offering the Family Experience at both the Isanti and Cambridge Campuses every Wednesday starting this fall! Dinner is 5:45-6:15 and costs $10/family. From 6:15-7:00 is all the fun you can imagine!

Stay tuned for more details.


Hope+ ministry serves adults who are 55 years and older by planning a special outing each month. Join us as we share with each other, engage in activities together, and grow in faith together.

August Event Coming Soon!


Groups launched in April with a new name and new opportunities! People join groups for different reasons. There are be groups with these goals in mind: BEING (relationship oriented), LEARNING (study oriented), CARING (needs oriented), WORKING (task oriented), and MIXED PURPOSE. Contact John@nhccmn.org or 763-552-7979 to find a group you’ve been searching for.

  • LEARNING: Study Oriented


    This six week study is for couples that seek to improve their relationships and build loving and godly marriages.  We will study “His Needs, Her Needs” by William Harley Jr.  He identifies the ten most vital needs of men and women and shows how to satisfy those needs in their spouses.  We will meet weekly starting May 2ndor 3rdat the home of Mark and Diane Beckler.  

    Men’s Bible Study Group

    Join us as we endeavor to rightly divide the Word of God. The Father has intimately revealed His love to us through His Son Jesus Christ. We apply biblical principles to drive relevant conversation surrounding life’s challenges and victories. We meet in the Cambridge Prayer Room the 1stand 3rdMondays at 6:30-8:00pm. 

    Tuesday Morning Bible Study

    The purpose of this group is to grow in knowledge of the Bible and support one another as women.  We meet every Tuesday morning 10:00am-Noon in the Prayer Room at Cambridge.  Right now we’re studying the book of Acts using Relying on the Power of the Holy Spiritby Elizabeth George.  

    Wednesday Morning Bible Study

    This group of women meets every other Wednesday from 11:00am-12:30pm at the Cambridge Campus.  We’re studying the book titled Ruthby Stonecroft Ministries. 

    Paul and Silas Cell

    Anyone can sing when the sun’s shining bright, but you’ve got to have a song in your heart when it’s night. How did Paul and Silas find joy in adversity? Come, learn by doing. The meeting format: individual attendees share a "psalm, a hymn, a spiritual truth" from the Bible—Songs based on a scripture reference would be used in order help with scripture memorization. Pilot test on May 7thand 14thwith the full series starting September 17thfrom 7:00-9:00pm at the Selin’s. 

  • CARING: Needs Oriented

    Union Gospel Mission

    Come help with UGM Men’s Chapel on the 3rd Sunday of even months. At 6:00pm we share a meal with the homeless and then lead a chapel service from 7:30-8:30pm. There are opportunities to share testimonies, lead and help with worship music, pray with men at the Mission, and even share a message.  

    Adoption/Foster Care Support

    This group is for anyone walking the journey of foster care or adoption, and anyone interested in supporting families on the journey.  Come with questions and/or prayer requests and be encouraged by other people’s stories. We meet monthly beginning in May. 

  • BEING: Relationship Oriented

    MomHeart Group

    The purpose of New Hope MomHeart group is building and connecting relationships with God, moms, and kids. We make time for moms to talk, kids to play, and learning time through Christian parenting books and Bible stories. Moms and kids of any ages are welcome!  This group meets on 1st and 3rd Fridays every month from 9:30-11:30am at New Hope Cambridge campus. 

    New Hope Softball Teams

    CLICK HERE to see the schedules for New Hope's 4 softball teams! Contact office@nhccmn.org to ask questions about joining.

  • WORKING: Task Oriented

    Prayer Force

    This weekly prayer meeting is a worship-based prayer model that comes together to worship God and seek His direction in praying over New Hope, Isanti County, and beyond in how God leads us in prayer. Meets every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30am in the Cambridge Campus Prayer Room. Questions, contact Pastor John Foley at 763-552-7979.

    God’s Creative Calling

    This group will encourage, re-ignite and fellowship with fellow Christian artisans. Gathering with visual artisans and crafters to encourage each other to grow in our faith and what God has called us to do with the talents or spiritual gifts He has given us. This group will meet once or twice a month starting in September 2018 at the Redfield studio residence.  This is about people who have a yearning desire to create and be inspired. All ages 18 and older are welcome. 


    Authentic Manhood

    The purpose of the Authentic Manhood Study is to focus primarily on issues that shape a Man’s life, explore in-depth biblical concepts of manhood, and provide practical building blocks to construct a nobler and more connected life of Jesus Christ. For six weeks we meet weekly on Tuesdays at 6:30pm at the Isanti Campus. 


    Wednesday Night Women’s Group

     The purpose of this group is to build relationships while studying God’s Word.  This group meets every other week at 6:45pm in a home and is studying Warren Wiersbe’s book Be Strong- Putting God’s Power to Work in your Life. Members are expected to read the study and Bible chapters ahead of time and then discuss together at meetings. 

New Hope Partnerships

In order to see the communities of Isanti County and beyond restored, LIKE-MINDED organizations and individuals will have to work together. All of us have certain abilities and gifts that help bring transformation and renewal to individuals, families, and neighborhoods. Sometimes the challenge is simply being informed of all the efforts currently taking place. Below is a list of organizations new hope partners with annually or on an ongoing basis.

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  • New Pathways

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  • Family Pathways

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  • The Refuge Network

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  • LifeRice

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  • Pregnancy Resource Center

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  • Operation Christmas Child

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  • Shalom Thrift Shop

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  • YoungLife

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  • Changing Gaits

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  • Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

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  • Harbor Room

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  • Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge

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  • Safe Haven Foster Shoppe

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  • Together For Good (formerly Safe Families)

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  • Ruby's Pop-Up Pantry

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  • North 65 Chamber of Commerce

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  • Isanti County Jail

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  • Kanabec County Jail

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  • Dellwood Recovery Center

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New Hope Outreach

The missional communities of New Hope partner with other organizations in our community. We reach the community in a variety of ways.  We also partner with Converge Worldwide (formerly the Minnesota-Iowa Baptist Conference) and

other organizations seeking to establish the Kingdom of God in the world.

  • Community Care

    To learn about our Community Care Ministry, call the office at 763-552-7979.

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  • Missionaries

    Click here to see photos and biographies of the missionaries that New Hope supports through financial help, prayer, and by sharing their stories with our church members.

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  • Serve Off Site

    Twice a year we take a Saturday to worship "off-site". We head out into our community and serve and love our community through a variety of service projects.

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  • Rough 'N Tough Mudder

    This is our NEW event to benefit Family Pathways, our local food shelf.

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