The Church of New Hope

Welcome to The Church of New Hope! 

The Church of New Hope is here to fulfill our purpose of building Real, Relevant Relationships with God, Family, and the Community.

Come join us every Sunday for worship at 10am & every Wednesday night for adult bible study, youth and childrens programs!

We are conveniently located at 4415 Darrow Rd. (Rt. 91) in Stow, OH.


 The Church of New Hope

 

 

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September 2014


Wed 03 Wednesday Evening Services
Youth Group, Children's Ministry & Adult Bible Study

Sun 07 Sunday Morning Service
Worship & Praise

Sun 07 Hymn Night
Sing along to old-fashioned hymns.

Sun 07 Prayer & Praise
Prayer team

Wed 10 Wednesday Evening Services
Youth Group, Children's Ministry & Adult Bible Study

Sun 14 Sunday Morning Service
Worship & Praise

Sun 14 Prayer & Praise
Prayer team

Wed 17 Wednesday Evening Services
Youth Group, Children's Ministry & Adult Bible Study

Sun 21 Sunday Morning Service
Worship & Praise

Sun 21 Prayer & Praise
Prayer team

Wed 24 Wednesday Evening Services
Youth Group, Children's Ministry & Adult Bible Study

Sun 28 Sunday Morning Service
Worship & Praise

Sun 28 Prayer & Praise
Prayer team

God Loves Prisoners

Red Ezekiel 1:1 through 4:17

At times people may feel imprisoned by circumstances and ask, “Where is God?” When turmoil shakes their faith, their minds reel with questions like, “Does God care? Does He have a plan? Will He help?”

In my thirtieth year, in the fourth month on the fifth day, while I was among the exiles by the Kebar River, the heavens were opened and I saw visions of God (Ezekiel 1:1).

After many of the people of Jerusalem, including Ezekiel, were taken into exile, God spoke to Ezekiel. Though the prophet was a prisoner in a foreign land, God was not hindered. He knew exactly where Ezekiel was and why he was there. God promised to strengthen Ezekiel for the situation Ezekiel faced. Those who would not heed Ezekiel’s words would be lost, but God had a plan for those who listened. They would be saved.

Our Heavenly Father is the same today. He can direct us and strengthen us in our time of need. He can make His intent known. His ultimate plan is redemption. He will see us through. Faith in God is never disappointed.

Thought for Today: Nothing can separate us from the love of God.

Quicklook: Ezekiel 1:1–3


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