FAQs

Common Questions

When and where are services held?


Our worship services are held on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am. (Directions). Those who attend discover a comfortable, casual environment as they are greeted warmly, then invited to visit the "New Hope Café" for some fresh coffee, juice and pastries.  Our typical Sunday service includes praise and worship, updates as to our involvement with the community and the world around us, and impactful teaching...biblical, and Christ-centered  

Where do my kids go during the service? 

We have opportunities for children of all ages (6 weeks - 12th grade) to gather with their age group in our many classrooms to discuss and learn the same Bible lessons that we're discussing in "Big Church". Each class has a curriculum (The Gospel Project)  that they follow. We consider this time to be an important addition to what you are teaching at home, which is always the most important place they learn! You may also choose to keep your child with you during the service. We want our kids to be as comfortable in the sanctuary as they are in the classrooms. We do have busy boxes available in the children's wing if your child likes to play while listening. Our desire is to present the message in a manner easily heard and understood without swaying from or watering down God's word.

We also offer a "Quiet Room" on the west side of the auditorium for mamas wanting privacy while nursing & still be able to see and hear the service. Please know, you are welcome and encouraged to feed your baby wherever you are most comfortable.

 

Is There A Dress Code?

No. Feel free to dress in clothes that are comfortable for you.. You can “dress up” if you want, or wear casual clothes. God is interested in your heart, not your wardrobe.

Will I be singled out if I'm a first-time guest?

Absolutely not. You are our guest. We want you to feel welcomed but not overwhelmed so your level of involvement is up to you. Now, you should know that you will be greeted, just like everyone who walks through our doors, by the friendliest hospitality team on the West Side! They are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

How do I get involved?

Come and hang out with us for a few weeks and we can talk about what would be a good fit. Small groups are a great way to meet others in our community and to begin to build relationships. 

Men, women meet on Tuesday evenings @ 7pm

Please contact our office 513-661-2428 or info@visitnewhope.org for more details.

What does "Nondenominational" mean?

It means we are focused on the foundational teachings of Christianity, the Biblical beliefs common to all Christians. Thereby minimizing the barriers that often separate believers. In short, we seek to unify under Christ, not divide. We strive to teach the Bible in a clear, uncompromising voice that does not cater to the teachings of the world.