The Weekly Update
Sunday Services @ 9am & 10:45am
Here's the "411" on this Sunday and upcoming events...
November 4

Russ starts a new series on the power and possibilities of Gratitude.

Prayer Shawl Ministry
Saturday, November 3, 10am-Noon
Come join us in the Louviers Room as we knit shawls and blankets for the sick and grieving of our community. Everyone is welcome and we can teach you if you have never done it before!
Men's Breakfast
Saturday, November 3, 7:30-9am
Our speaker will be Mr. Jess Loban, a Castle Rock city councilman for District 1. Jess is a military veteran, an engineer, and a political/social conservative. He will discuss city business, his responsibilities, and perhaps his beliefs.
Piecemakers Bazaar, Fellowship Hall
Sunday, November 4th, 9am-Noon
Just in time for Holiday Shopping! Featured items: shawls, pumpkin decorations, holiday gifts and more. Proceeds go to support ministries who provide quilts & shawls for the ill and bereaved, and quilts for newborns.
Talking About Race Continues!
Sunday, November 4th, 12-1:30pm
Join us in the Castle Rock Room as we
continue our conversations on race led by
Ann Milam and Jeanette Macon.
Bunco! Tuesday, November 6th
1-3pm, Castle Rock Room
Ladies, join us for an afternoon of fun and fellowship. Invite a friend and bring $3.
Theology on Tap has switched to TUESDAYS!
Tuesday, November 6th, 7-9pm
Astro Tap House, 3911 Ambrosia St.
Join Pastor Jordan for a discussion on the current polarization of politics and faith in America.
Save the Date for Parents Night Out!
Friday, November 9th, 5:30-9:30pm
Take a night to yourself- head out to dinner, a movie, or even see a free, local play! (More details on that below!) Be sure to sign your kids up HERE Limited space is available!
“The Fantasticks” drama presentation, November 9, 10, 11th @ 7pm
The Drama Ministry is back, presenting the classic musical, The Fantasticks. Fitting into the fall sermon series, this play tells the story
of two neighboring families, their relationships and the life lessons that are learned. Some favorite songs you will probably recognize include "Try to Remember" and "Soon It's Gonna Rain." Come join us in the Sanctuary, no tickets needed! Mature subject matter.
Navigating Grief in the Holidays
Saturday, November 10th, 10am-Noon
Does the thought of the holiday season bring you more sadness and grief than joy? Are the holidays an especially difficult time for you due to the loss of a loved one? You are not alone! We encourage you to join us for this special workshop where we will share tools to help navigate through this emotionally challenging time of year. Sign up here.
Voices of Hope Podcast
Find all of New Hope's sermons and our Voices of Hope series. Listen to interviews with different members of our church about how faith intersects with their lives.
This week we dive into what it’s like to be friends with someone who fundamentally thinks different than you on a variety of topics.
This week- Christian? With Dan and Kari
Dan and Kari are seminary friends of Pastor Jordan. They join us on the podcast this week to talk about what it means to be a Christian and does the Good Samaritan story have anything to do with it? Check out the podcast here.
The Monday afternoon Ladies' Bible Study will begin a new 6-week study on November 5th. Our study will be "Jeremiah - Daring to Hope in an Unstable World" by Melissa Spoelstra. We will meet thru December 17th in the Sedalia Room from 12:30 - 2:30pm. Cost of the study is $15. Contact Sharon here for more info.
It's that time of year for
Yummy Butter Braids!
Order yours on Sundays in between
services at the NHPW kiosk!
Habitat for Humanity (Loaves & Fishes)
Habitat for Humanity is back! Contributions can be made through New Hope (include “Habitat” on the memo line of your check) and you can volunteer by clicking here! Our build for this year will begin on 11/15 and go through mid-February. Grab your preferred day(s) while they are still open.  We can’t do this without you! For more info, email Dave Arnett or Jennie Avila
A Word from our Missions Committee...
The Mission Committee is engaged in supporting, encouraging and promoting development of relationships and mission involvement. Whether you have never been involved in mission activities or are part of one – all are welcome! Additionally, we invite any congregation member with a passion and calling for a specific mission to talk to us and share your passion. Please contact Dave Arnett, Chair, by clicking here if you are interested or have questions. As stewards of mission pledges received, we seek to maximize our collective impact in healthy, effective, and mutual transformation through mission. If you would like to tap into the resources we have for Missions, please inquire before the end of the calendar year.
Uth Group!
New Hope Uth meets for Sunday University during the 10:45am service.
(Except for the first Sunday of the month when we join our families in service)
Uth Group Meets every Wednesday! Middle School Students meet 6:30 - 7:45pm
High School students meet 7:15 - 8:45pm. For more info email Tammy here.