HopeKids

Welcome to HopeKids, New Hope’s Children’s Ministry! Each Sunday 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 all services. 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.  


For our early childhood (birth through five) 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. For more information about the tools we use each week, go to myfirstlook.org.


Each week, Kindergartners up to 5th graders hear a new Bible lesson and participate in age appropriate activities to help them discover and drive home a monthly memory verse and a LifeApp or virtue. A LifeApp is something God does in us to change the world around us. For more information about the tools we use each week, go to 252basics.com.


Summer + Kids + Fun = Opportunity

Watch for more details on our Neighborhood Backyard Blitz kits - New Hope's summer kids programming that takes place in your own backyard on the week you choose! This great opportunity to "love your neighbor" is coming soon!

HopeStudents

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Contact: Justin Domino - Pastor of Student Ministries

Email: Justin@nhccmn.org

Phone: 763-552-7979


Summer House Groups

House groups exist to give students time to hang out together while studying God's Word. Like I tell the students, it's a toned down youth group. We hang out, play a game, share some food, and study the Bible. House groups are where we see relationships thrive and grow. I believe every students should be a part of it. So, here's the options:


Sunday Nights 6:30-8pm:

Middle School Boys - Carl and Jessica O'Neil's home (contact us for address)

Middle School Girls - Chris and Rachel VanAnda's home  (contact us for address)


Monday Nights 7-8:30pm:

High School Boys & Girls - Brandon & Sarah Jokinen's home (contact us for address)

HopeFamilies


HopeFamilies represents wrap-around care for the whole family, and is made up of encouragement, training, and events for kids, students, and adults. Included in HopeFamilies is our marriage ministry, men's ministry, women's ministry, a developing "next generation" ministry.


Family Fishing Outing

On Saturday, June 10th parents can fish without a license if accompanied by their kids. Don't have a boat? No problem. We have 10 boats and drivers available that day. Sign up at the on the app or at the Welcome Center and we will place your family in a boat. Ages 5 and up. We will have bait. Please try to secure your own lifejackets or fishing equipment if possible.


Meet at the West Rush Lake Public Access (http://www.rushcitymn.us/westrushlake.shtml) at 7:30am to load into boats and fish until 11:30 am and then meet by boat at John and Kim Hirsch's on West Rush for a
free shore lunch and fish stories.


Couples Night Out

Watch for new details coming soon!

Hope+

Get ready for this new ministry that will serve our 55+ New Hopers! Each month there is a new special event to attend. We look forward to celebrating our multi-generational church and learning from one another's experiences. 


Hope+ June Event

On the morning of Thursday, June 8th meet at New Hope-Cambridge at 9:30am, or at New Hope-Isanti at 9:50. We're headed to Anoka for antique shopping and a trip to Hobby Lobby! We'll eat at Billy's for lunch afterwards.


Past events have included Como Conservatory, Taylors Falls Boat Cruise, a Christmas Theatre production, and more.  Contact Bev at 612-501-6662 with questions about this exciting ministry!

HopeMen





Men's Breakfasts

Every first Saturday of the month New Hope men get together at 7:30am at New Hope-Cambridge for a breakfast and encouragement by different guest speakers. The next breakfast is Saturday, June 3rd.


Bi-weekly Men's Bible Study

Every other Monday in the Prayer Room at New Hope-Cambridge men gather from 6:30-8:00pm. Upcoming groups are May 29th, and June 12th. The current topic is Francis Chan's study on the book of James. 


Check back often for details on upcoming retreats and events, 

serving opportunities, and mentorship plan!

HopeWomen

Monday Evening Bible Study

Check back for details on Monday Evening Bible Study. Past studies have included "Fear and Faith", a study on the book of Hebrews, and "Who Is God?".


Tuesday Bible Study 

Starting Tuesday, May 2nd at 10:00am in the Prayer Room at New Hope-Cambridge women will begin a 10 week Bible Study on Proverbs: Learning To Live Wisely. Come and join us!


Bi-Weekly Wednesday Bible Study

Every other Wednesday from 11:00 - 12:30pm in The Shop women are led in different series and studies. Meetings are led by Bev Pettit and there are always treats!


Mom's Heart Group

On the 1st and 3rd Fridays at 9:30am at New Hope-Cambridge mothers get together for a small group time to get out of the house, connect with other Moms, and deepen their relationship with God. Kids activities for ages 3 and up with space for babies to play.

Hope For Life Recovery

Our Recovery Groups:


Tuesdays - 7:00 to 8:00pm - Hope for Life Recovery - All Welcome

Thursdays - 6:13 to 7:30pm - Hope for Life Recovery Meeting, Dinner and Childcare Provided

Saturdays - 5:30 to 6:30pm - Hope for Life Recovery Meeting


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.