New Hope Presbyterian
->Sunday Bible Study at 9:30am<-
-> Study will resume June 6<-
Sunday Church Services 10:30am
Service will change to 9:30am on June 13
WELCOMING YOU HOME
Within these hallowed walls, the passages of life have been acknowledged, prayers have been offered, countless promises of commitment and love have been heard. Hungry hearts have been fed, anger set aside, new hope discovered and simple vows made. We are committed to witnessing to and emodying Christ's inclusive love and grace.
This is God's house and you are welcome here.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
New Hope Presbyterian Church is a community of people dedicated to growing in the Christian faith and participating in God’s love for the people of the world. Music is an integral part of our experience in worship. Joyful music abounds. God’s light shines through our church’s ministry and mission and is clearly visible to the community. We encourage and support programs that help people in need by offering a gathering place and participating in community and world outreach. We are home to the Parish Ecumenical Food Pantry, the Parish Senior Dining and Activity Center and the local AA group.
Some of our missions include:
Parish Ecumenical Food Pantry
Red Cross Blood drives 2-4 times a year at Parish Fire Station on Union Street
COME JOIN US Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m.
We are located in the heart of the village of Parish, 814 Rider Street.
Contact us: 315.625.4304
We are proud to be the home to:
The Parish Ecumenical Food Pantry.
The doors are open to those in need within the APW School District
every Tuesday 2-5 p.m.
Senior Dining and Activity Center (OCO)
Mon, Tues, Thurs 11am-1pm.
Come join us for a nutritious lunch and fun activities. For seniors 60+, suggested contribution of $3.00. To make a reservation for lunch call Brandy at 315-625-4617
Worship services begin at 10:30 a.m.
refreshments following service
“We are a small Christian community with a long history who are drawn together by a common mission.We are here to proclaim, to be shaped by and to live out the good news of Jesus Christ”