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April/May Sermon Series: “Discipleship”
“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit
Making disciples isn’t just a command, it’s a way of life. Why? Because disciple-making is a path to genuine community, deep transformation, and becoming more like Jesus. Our goal at New Hope is to help everyone be discipled and eventually become disciple-makers themselves. We call this “dual-direction discipling.”
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am to discover the importance of making disciples, the process of making disciples, and the way New Hope people can make discipling an important part of their lives.
Helping parents discover themselves and learn the skills to become better parents.
This five-week parenting class is taught by Ed Pagh, pastor of New Hope Church. Ed is currently earning a doctorate in leadership and has been mentoring, coaching, and teaching parents for nearly 20 years. In addition to his work at New Hope, Ed worked for nearly 7 years at Capital Christian Center in Sacrament (a church of just under 4000 members) as a Children/Family pastor, teaching parenting classes to hundreds. He and his wife Denise have two daughters, one having just completed a master’s degree and working full time, and the other working on a PhD.
All are welcome to join us on Tuesday nights at 7:00PM at New Hope Church
April 24-May 29
Family Worship Days
Strong Families – Worshipping Together and Building Relationships
On Family Worship Sunday, all ages combine for a special family worship service. Family Worship Sundays routinely occur on any fifth Sunday in a month and for special holidays.
Our Family Worship Sundays are:
New Hope Christian Preschool
Galt’s Premier Preschool – Christ-Centered Early Childhood Education
For more information about New Hope Christian Preschool, please contact Director Ms. Katy Maestas at email@example.com or by clicking here.
A two-part Easter message for a desperate world.
Sunday, March 25th and Sunday, April 1st.
10:30 AM at New Hope Church