New Hope Church is dependent upon the power, provision and protection of God. We call on the name of Jesus for direction and seek an authentic culture of prayer in this church. On any given week, there are dozens of opportunities to pray together within the church family.
Submit prayer requests to or 763-533-2449. These requests are kept confidential and will be prayed over by our trained prayer team.
PRAYER COUNSELING MINISTRIES
Make a prayer appointment and seek a more abundant life in Christ. Prayer appointments can deal with the baggage in your life, transform deep-seated pain into peace or dig deep for a complete life examination.
This one-time prayer session helps individuals strategically work through areas such as forgiveness, bitterness, rebellion and pride that often hinder the ability to enjoy God’s abundant life. You'll work through the Steps to Freedom covering seven areas of bondage in a general, housecleaning-like fashion. Learn more.
Transformation Prayer Ministry
Transformation Prayer exposes deception in our thinking about ourselves, others and even God. In focused prayer we can ask for courage to go to these broken areas of our life where the beliefs were embraced. There, we can experience his truth through the transforming work of the Holy Spirit.
Prayer Resolution invites the opportunity to experience God’s healing, forgiveness and truth over any places of rejection, fear and doubt that you have suffered. If you are willing to take the time to dig into your soul, no stone will be left unturned and no pain left unaddressed. Learn more.
Sunday Morning Prayer
7:30am–12:30pm, Prayer Room
Pray individually or as a group. Contact Russ Needham at 763-439-6851.
Arise & Pray
Thursdays, 6:30–7am, Conference Room
Join in persistently calling out to the Lord in prayer as the NHC family.
Cultural Impact Prayer
Keep up-to-date on issues and policy-making that affect your family, culture and the generations to come. Pray often for those who govern your city, state and nation. Use these resources to help inform your prayers: The Presidential Prayer Team, Family Research Council, and Minnesota Family Council.