What’s the Difference Between Attending and Belonging?
In a word: community. Small groups at New Hope will help meet your natural, God-given desire for community and belonging. They take you beyond a casual encounter and into deep spiritual matters within the comfort of a close “family” of dedicated Christ followers. Small group activities often include:
Small groups are a place you belong, not an event you attend.
Small Groups at New Hope
We designed the small group experience at New Hope church with you in mind. Join diverse small groups made up of families, singles, college kids, and seniors at New Hope that have made lifelong friends and grown closer in their walk with Christ through the power of Biblical small groups.
Why Join a Small Group?
Small groups play a crucial role in building that “Biblical Community” described in scripture and practiced at New Hope. The small group experience demonstrates obedience to Christ’s commands in scripture not to neglect time together. Hebrews 10:24 states, “And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together.” You can experience Biblical, mutual encouragement in love and good works through NH small groups.
Finding the Small Group for You
Small groups cover various topics and there’s a group for just about every age and stage of life, allowing us to match you up with the group that best meets your needs. Similarly, Most groups meet on a bi-weekly basis but we have a group for just about every schedule so click the link below and sign up today.
Through close interaction with other people around God’s Word, you can expect your faith to grow and your understanding of Biblical truths to deepen. Small groups are one place where the truths of scripture can become even more real and personal.
Resources for Small Groups
All members of New Hope have access to RightNow Media, which hosts thousands of free videos and bible studies for individuals and groups. Many of our small groups utilize these bible studies as teaching material for their typical group meetings. If you don’t already have access to RightNow Media but would like to sign up to find a study for your small group or your family, create a free account here.