Serving the Community
Embody Christ's love in our community in the example of Luke 10:27
It's our goal to embody Christ's love in the world around us.
Embodying Christ's love in the community will begin with extending our vision and mission into the community through various media outlets. We intend to erect banners on church property to advertise outreach events and expand our reach to visitors by examining bldg. entryways for connections w/congregants & the congregation's vision.
We intend to expand our community food distribution and expand partnerships for Food Ministry. We'll expand our After School Tutoring & partner with local schools & community to identify students needing academic & technical assistance. We'll strive to strengthen our Business and Economic Empowerment Ministry, Health Ministry and Missionary efforts locally, nationally and abroad.
The bus ministry has been called the greatest evangelistic tool in history of the local church. Millions have been able to go to church and hear the Gospel preached and have their lives changes since the introduction of the bus ministry.
At New Hope Baptist Church, we have seen the powerful, life-changing impact of this ministry on countless, boys, girls, teens, and seniors.
If you live in our local Denver Metro area, we would be delighted to being you to church on one of our buses. Each week we have a dedicated driver assigned to for this service. Just check the events section for the driver and their contact phone number or call the church office for the weekly driver.
The Bus Ministry is alive at New Hope Baptist Church!
Business and Economic Empowerment (BEEM)
Business and Economic Empowerment-BEEM, was developed to establish a New Hope Business Directory. To implement a system for networking i.e., Lunch & Learn workshops; Education/teaching components which will involve all members of the congregation; Growing & Educating our young people for entrepreneurship. This is an active ministry in which its members will be stewards, giving back to the New Hope Family in terms of time and talents, available through the members, i.e., house painters, auto mechanics, computer experts, financial planners, real estate brokers and many others.
Romans 8:28: “And we know that all things work together for the good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”
Colorado Future Tek
Colorado Futuretek is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides enrichment training and resources to help minority high school students obtain marketable skills and internships in the IT and Computer industries. New Hope is blessed to host Future Tek’s Summer Tek program in the summer as well as its Silver Tek Program for Seniors.
Community Affairs Ministry
The vision of the Community Affairs Ministry is to strengthen and extend the spiritual and religious impact of New Hope Baptist Church in the Denver Metropolitan area and the Region. In doing so, we advance the commendation of Acts 1:8.
“You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all of Judea, and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
Mission – To continue to honor and to publically reaffirm the leadership role, and the commitment of New Hope Baptist Church, its Pastor and Congregation as witness for Christ. We will do this by our engagement in the Denver Community, the Region, and the world through a strategically planned presence in the affairs of the community.
This Ministry will play a leadership role in community affairs that match Christian precepts outlined in the church’s vision and mission. This will further enable us to utilize our human and monetary resources dedicated to community affairs in ways that connect directly with the church’s vision and mission
Social Justice Panel
“Reaching Out To Lend A Helping Hand”
The Gathering Place, The Cornerstone Senior Center, The Denver North Care Center and The Crossing, are some of the shelters we serve.
Our food bank is open Monday - Friday from 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM. To request a food box, you may call the church office.
The Gathering Place
The Gathering Place is Denver’s only daytime drop-in center for women, children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing homelessness and poverty. New Hope partners with the Gathering Place throughout the year in support of its mission to serve women and children.
The Health Ministry vision is to greatly improve the health and well-being of the New Hope Baptist Church congregation and to improve health education in the greater surrounding communities. The Health Ministry is making this vision a reality by providing just in time education across a wide spectrum of programs that focuses on critical issues such as mental health, the components of the Affordable Care Act, High Blood pressure and heart conditions, cancers, and various health insurance programs.
Providing Health screening Clinics, Educational Seminars and Community Health Fairs are the signature events held at New Hope Baptist Church to promote better physical and spiritual health for the congregation. Through partnerships and collaborations with health providers in the local area, a multitude of educational topics will be presented that cover men and women chronic health issues. Through similar partnerships, Health Fairs will be promoted to offer a variety of health screening clinics to check blood pressure, cholesterol, provide immunizations, etc for the congregation.
Proverbs 3:5-8: “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, And do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will make your paths straight. Do not be wise in your own eyes; Fear the LORD and turn away from evil. It will be healing to your body, and And refreshment to your bones.”
The Homebound Ministry provides an outreached program for our members who are unable to attend worship services or take part in church activities. A visit, a birthday card or even poinsettias at Christmas are just a few of the functions of the ministry. We provide them with the Sunday church bulletin – The Informer and we report on their progress/condition at the weekly prayer meeting.
Language Arts and Writing Lab
The purpose of this ministry will be to provide writing workshop classes for the New Hope church and neighborhood community, where they can learn written communication skills necessary for success in both academic and workforce arenas..
The course learning objective will cover the following:
Nursing Home Ministry
The vision of the Nursing Home Ministry is to be a source of comfort and encouragement, for senior citizens in various nursing homes in the community with a special focus on Nursing Homes housing elderly members of the New Hope Baptist Church congregation. The Nursing Home Ministry will host several events throughout the year to honor and support those in Nursing home communities. Several of the program events include but are not limited to an annual picnic, special holiday celebrations, and frequent visits by the various Choirs of New Hope Baptist Church to offer praise, songs, prayer and a spiritual experience for those unable to attend services away from their Nursing Home facility.
James 5:15-16: “And the prayer of faith will save the one who is sick, and the LORD will raise him up. And if he has committed sins, he will be forgiven. Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.”
Prison Ministry/Transition Program
To facilitate the mission of sharing Christ’s caring and loving presence with members who were/are incarcerated and their families.
To service them by providing;
Social Justice Ministry
This ministry is based in the scripture reference Micah 6:8 which says, “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Our social justice ministry has the following foci:
New Hope is fortunate to host Whiz Kids tutoring on a weekly basis which engages the volunteer participation of members of our congregation and community. Whiz Kids began in 1990 through the collaborative efforts of church, community, school and business leaders in Denver to bring resources into neighborhoods to bridge the educational achievement gap. Whiz Kids is a 501 (c)3 non-profit with over 50 sites that serve more than 800 elementary and middle school students throughout the metro area. Our goal is to reach 1,000 kids annually by 2015.