New Hope Life Ministries
Band of Brothers
Considering and passionately pursuing the possibilities that there is nothing more meaningful and personally more satisfying in life than a personal relationship with Jesus
What the Church needs today is not more machinery or better, not new organizations or more and novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use men of prayer, men mighty in prayer. The Holy Ghost does not flow through methods, but through men. He does not come on machinery, but on men. He does not anoint plans, but men, men of prayer." E. M. Bounds
Afterward, for those who can make it, we will all go to Alvaro’s Restaurant (14512 Tamiami Trail, North Port, FL 34287) for breakfast, great conversation, fun and laughter. For more details contact Eddie DeJesus at (941) 276-5770 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Come, enjoy fellowship and a great time with other ladies from church, locations varies, so be sure to come here to find out where we'll be at. For more details call Mary Sizemore at (713) 392-9399 or Norma DeJesus at (941) 276-5770
Breakfast on the first Thursday of the month at 9 a.m.
Lunch on the third Thursday of the month at Noon
Dinner on the fifth Thursday of the month at 6 p.m.
Judo for Jesus
FREE JUDO CLASSES!!! Self-Defense with a Christian touch every Tuesday and Thursday at New Hope Biscayne Campus (5600 S. Biscayne Drive – Modular 1).
KIDS LESSONS - 6 years old to 12 years old @ 6:30pm.
ADULTS LESSONS - 13 years & up starting @ 7:30pm. Bring a Gi (Martial Arts uniform) if you have one or come dressed in shorts, sweats and a t-shirt (uniform will be required to continue with classes) The teaching is FREE. Join us, see if it’s something for you. We will be planning future women's self-defense classes as well.
Please contact Larry Grant at: (941)549-3902 or email email@example.com. Look forward to see you!
Prayer Under Fire
FRIDAY PRAYER NIGHT “Faith Under Fire” gathering together on the second Friday of the month @7pm at New Hope Biscayne Campus (5600 S. Biscayne Drive).
JOIN US for an evening of fellowship, worship, and corporate prayer time. A time of refreshing as well as seeking a deeper walk with God for ourselves and our City and beyond! For more information contact Pamela Rohr (248) 835-9830
Boiler Room (Intercessory Prayer)
Everyone welcome to JOIN US as we gather for our Pre-Service Boiler Room Prayer Gathering! Why pray before our Weekend Celebration? Because PRAYER is not a preparation for the battle; it is the battle! Maybe you are the Key to revival breaking out at New Hope Saturday @6:30pm to 6:50pm and Sunday, @9am to 9:20am, as we invite God to ignite a fire in us that loves deeply, serves compassionately and lives generously as a community of faith that will spread. @Biscayne Campus (5600 S. Biscayne Drive) in Modular 2. The purpose of pre-service prayer is not the power it releases but the person it reveals
We envision a community in which New Hope Community Church is not just a building where people go to church but a community in which New Hope is the church in the community– devoted to thinking, acting and being like Jesus. Our hope through Neighborhood Life is to simplify peoples' lives by giving them the freedom to grow and serve together as a community. The expressions and experiences of each neighborhood will be different depending on the unique passions and gifts of the people there. (Matthew 22: 37-40, Matthew 28: 18-20, Acts 2: 42– 47)
As the year, and relationships progress, we encourage those within the Neighborhoods to take opportunities to grow in their faith. Growth Groups and Discipleship Groups will be meeting throughout North Port during three semesters for 8 – 12 weeks at a time, to study and grow together. The three semesters are Winter/Spring Semester Feb. thru Apr., Summer Semester Jun. thru Aug., and Fall/Winter Semester Oct. thru Dec. The varying topics will come from the following areas: Bible 101, Marriage and Family, Restoration and Stewardship. Everyone will be welcome to join any of the classes that will be going on. Your Neighborhood Hosts will help by informing you of what the Growth Groups will be studying and when and where they and the Discipleship Groups will meet.
And lastly, as our faith and relationships grow, we want to offer you opportunities to serve. These service/volunteer opportunities may include anything from, serving during the weekend services, to providing a meal to a neighbor, to visiting someone in the hospital, as well as serving with a group of others on various community service projects. Service opportunities may be offered anywhere from your neighborhood, to the city, to the state or even across the world on a short term mission project. Again, your Neighborhood Hosts will help by informing you of the opportunities as they arise. We have been very excited to launch off Neighborhood Life! It’s amazing to see how God took a handful of devoted people back in 2004 who had a vision and passion for North Port, and has now grown New Hope Community Church into a family of over 500 individuals. We believe Neighborhood Life is the optimal place for life change similar to the experience of the early church where spiritual development and outreach happened right where you live.
By building genuine friendships with both New Hope and non-New Hope neighbors By growing spiritually as a natural part of your everyday life By responding to the needs of others in your neighborhood and beyond.