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serving our community

New Hope is committed to staying on mission, and there is no better time to be involved in our community than now. Below are some ways that you can join us to help make a difference during these challenging days.

FAYETTE SAMARITANS

Bill Bonner, our Deacon Chairman, and Aaron Sexton are leading efforts for our church and community outreach by encouraging us to donate items to our partners at Fayette Samaritans. If you are able to make a donation or contribution, please consider joining us in this effort.

Items Needed:

• Canned beans of all kinds
• Green beans
• Dried beans
• Jiffy cornbread mix
• Rice
• Corn
• Mixed vegetables
• Instant potatoes
• Peanut butter & jelly/jam
• Mac & cheese
• Pasta & sauce
• Cereal
• Granola and/or protein bars
• Other nonperishable foods

Food can be delivered from 9:00-11:30 AM on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday or you may call the office (770-719-2707) during those hours to arrange for a pickup.
Fayette Samaritans, Inc.
126 Hickory Road, Fayetteville, Georgia 30214

For more information, please click the link below.

DRIVE-THRU PRAYER

New Hope is proud to be joining several churches in our community to pray for those at Fayette Piedmont Hospital working on the medical front. Hospital administration, doctors, nurses, technicians and staff are sacrificing and serving our community at an unprecedented level, and we want to support them in prayer.

As a church, New Hope is taking Wednesdays between the hours of 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM to drive through the campus and pray.

NEW HOPE MASK MAKERS

For more information about how you can get involved, please contact Marion Ferencz.

BE A NEIGHBOR

As a result of social distancing, we have a unique opportunity to build connections with the people that live near us that will make a big difference in their lives and in ours.  Below are some tips to help:

1. Reach out to your neighbors via email or phone.
2. When you see your neighbors, make it a point to talk to them.
3. Ask your neighbors how are they doing in this crisis and how you can pray for them.
4. Run an errand for older or at risk neighbors.

For more information and to download the free toolkit, please click the link below.

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

Please tell us what how you’ve been involved or blessed during this time and share your photos and videos.

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