Global Ministries helps equip you to be part of God's mission. We do this by focusing on strategic places in the world, sharing his love and good news, and assisting in meeting needs. Check out the upcoming short-term trips and discover more about how you can take part in exciting adventures while getting a glimpse of God's plan for the world. Or learn about other creative ways to support Global Ministries strategies.
We want to be good stewards of the resources and vision God has given. We're doing this by implementing a strategy that focuses on church planting, evangelism, leadership development and special projects in these locations:
Predominately Islamic including Turkey, Georgia, Iran and Azerbaijan. (purple)
Former Soviet bloc countries that are predominately Orthodox or atheistic including Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Russia. (green)
Atheistic, animistic, Buddhist, Islamic, Hindu and other world views, including China, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. (blue)
Middle East/North Africa
Islamic including Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya and Jordan. (red)
Central America and South America, including Brazil, Colombia, Honduras, Haiti and Guatemala. (orange)
As resources permit, we selectively engage with strategic efforts outside of targeted regions. (brown)
Global Action Teams
Take part in a Global Action Team (GAT) that focuses on praying and caring for global partners and their ministry. Teams meet monthly to pray and discuss how to support the people in their area of focus. Learn more.
New Hope Church is partnering with Global Fingerprints in Lebanon through their child sponsorship program. Consider praying for and sponsoring a refugee child. Sponsorship is $35/month to assist with a child’s physical, spiritual and emotional needs. Learn more.
New Hope Church offers a number of opportunities for the entire church to be involved in global outreach through going, praying and giving. We encourage you to be a part of this global vision.
Alaska Family Trip Informational Meetings
Sundays, October 29 & November 5, 12:30pm, The Cafe
This short-term trip is a great opportunity for families to do missions together. Children must be grade 4 or higher. If you have considered being part of this team, have specific questions or would like to learn more, come to either of these informational meetings. Learn more.
We want to help you discover the right fit as you use your gifts and skills to serve globally or support those who do. Learn more.