Spreading the Gospel
Missions at New Hope defines who we are as a church. Our vision speaks of our desire to have God use us to “supernaturally impact our community, nation, and world.” The missions ministry begins with fervent prayer asking God to equip our church to fulfill the Great Commission. We then train and send our people into the world spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. We rely on God to show us where He is working and then we join Him in His work. Every member of New Hope is expected to be ‘on mission’ in some way.
Mission Trip Forms
Local Mission Opportunities
This ministry partners with local agencies to help educate, recruit, and train foster families. In addition, these organizations offer vital support services to foster families and those going through the adoption process. We also partner with global ministries to serve vulnerable and orphaned children in impoverished nations.
For more info contact Laurie King.
Serving The World From Home
Our missionary housing ministry has been in place since 1990 due to the desire and dream of a group of New Hope members to provide housing on the south side of Atlanta for missionaries on stateside assignment.
Over the years, many volunteers have offered countless hours to renovate, decorate, and maintain these homes. Because of their love and commitment to this ministry and New Hope’s vision for missions, these homes have been enjoyed by many families that share the love of Jesus Christ in places all over the world.
Join The Team
Who can serve? – Adult small groups, Students, RA’s, GA’s, Skilled Craftsmen, Yard lovers, Homemakers, Decorators, and anyone with a heart for missions, a willing spirit, and a desire to minister in a practical way!
How can you serve? – Welcome team, Home preparation, General repair, Maintenance, Landscaping, and in ways that create a welcoming and refreshing atmosphere in our homes for missionary families!
For more information on the mission houses, availability and general mission house questions, contact Marion Ferencz.
This one-story home is situated among the 60 acres of our church campus. It has a kitchen, living/dining room combination, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and a double-car garage. It has a sun-room on the back, and a deck overlooking a pond on the front. The home has central heating and air conditioning. It is completely furnished with linens, tableware, kitchen utensils, etc. The kitchen is equipped with a range, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, and washer & dryer. A vacuum cleaner is also provided.
Food & Garden Ministry
The New Hope Garden at the North Campus is led by our master gardener, Lester Bray, and is in partnership with the Fayette County Chapter of “Plant a Row for the Hungry”. For more info & to volunteer contact our church office at 770-461-4337.
Midwest Food Bank
As a faith based organization, it is our mission to alleviate hunger and poverty by gathering and distributing food donations to non-profits and disaster sites without cost to the recipients. Located in Peachtree City, volunteers can help with bagging donations and preparing items to be ready when a natural disaster happens.
For more info contact Will Garner or 678-621-3450
Clowns with New Hope clown troupe is a group of believers from several south Atlanta churches committed to sharing God’s love and the message of salvation in Christ through laughter.
For more info contact Dean Cotton or 770-719-9086
Behind the Walls Prison Ministry
This ministry assists the church by equipping and igniting Christians to share their faith in Jesus Christ with those “Behind the Walls”.
For more info contact Gordon MacFarlane or 770-841-4424.
This ministry shares God’s love in a tangible way in our community by providing Christmas gifts and food baskets during the holiday season to those in needs.
For more info contact Ray Gardner or 770-461-3654.
Operation Christmas Child
This ministry helps supports Samaritan’s Purse in providing shoe boxes filled with items for children. Local churches bring their shoeboxes to our church and our volunteers help with boxing them for delivery.
For more info contact Dana Hassell or 770-460-0031.
Ministering to families from World Relief who are in the transition process. We are hoping to partner with Clarkston local schools in helping children with language, reading and other needs that may arise.
For more info contact Rebecca Bankey or 770-639-2154.
Samaritan's Purse US Disaster Relief
This is a ministry-based approach in serving Christ to those who are victims of disaster by being the “hands and feet of Jesus”.
For more info contact Dean Cotton or 770-719-9086.
Midtown Church of Atlanta
New Hope partners with Midtown Church of Atlanta helping them reach their community for Christ.
get our full list of ministry opportunities here