WE'RE EXCITED TO MEET YOU!
When & Where
8:00a - MaskOnly Service
(in the 'Chapel' at the NH Building)
9:30a - Indoor Service
(in the gym at the 'Old' YMCA)
3901 S Center St | Marshalltown, IA 50158
(1/2 mile south of Highway 30)
What to Expect
At New Hope, you can expect to be welcomed into a friendly atmosphere by people who value relationships. We are pretty casual in how we do things. Some people wear suits and some people wear shorts, but that's OK because our goal isn't to look the same or act the same. Our goal is to love like Jesus.
So come on in and join us for about 1 hour and 10 minutes as we worship Jesus together. You can expect great music as well as teaching from the Bible by one of the pastors at New Hope.
PARTNERING WITH PARENTS
We believe that corporate worship is meant to serve entire families; that it's an activity that God desires for our children to enter into with us. When our children enter into corporate worship with us, they are entering into something significant - they are seated in the midst of God's people, the church. As people from many different backgrounds and cultures, yet all united in Christ, our gathering is a witness of God's glorious Gospel to our children.
So during both worship services, we encourage entire families to enter into worship with us. If you need them, we have children's activity packets (fidget bags) located at various places in the hallway.
Between services on Sunday mornings, we offer safe, fun, and God-centered programming for children. You can find more information about our children's programming by clicking on the link below.
WHERE TO GO (For Kid's Programming)
To make things easier for you, if your children have not recently participated in New Hope programming or activities, we recommend registering your child(ren) before visiting on Sunday morning (see link below). After entering the main driveway, turn left and head to the large south parking lot. Enter the doors on the southeast corner of the building for the quickest route to the kid's check-in area. From there, someone at the church should be able to help you with any questions you might have.