Church of New Hope

Affiliated with the Conservative Baptist Association of America




A fellowship of separated, born-again believers, holding the principles of God's Word, and having as its purpose the teaching and training of disciples and as its mission, the evangelism of the entire world.


We believe that the Bible is inspired of God and is the christian's infallible

We believe that there is one, and only one, true God, manifest to the world
as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

We believe that man was created perfect and fell through sin and is now,
by nature, a sinner under condemnation.

We believe that God so loved the world that He sent His only Son to die,
"the just for the unjust", that whosoever believeth may have eternal life.

We believe that repentance is necessary. Without it in this life, the sinner
must perish eternally.

We believe that justification is the act of God's grace, whereby, through
man's faith in Christ's sacrifice, God pardons the sinner.

We believe that Christ voluntarily bore the sins of the whole world on the
cross, and became the one and only propitiation for them.

We believe that Christ rose from the dead and ascended to the right hand
of the Father, where He lives forever as the one Mediator between God and

We believe that the Holy Spirit enters the hearts of those who accept Christ
as their Savior, bringing regeneration, and there carries on the work of

We believe that the first day of the week is to be kept sacred to religious
purposes by abstinence from all unnecessary labor and worldly recreation,
and by attendance on the preaching of the "Word".

We believe that Christ will come the second time to raise the dead and
judge the world, and that the wicked will be punished, and the righteous
will receive the fullness of life eternal.

We believe that a visible church of Christ is a body of baptized believers,
associated by covenant in faith; that the election of its officers belongs to
its members alone; but that, while amenable to no authority but Christ's

and the Scriptures, it is yet bound to show due regard to the counsel and
interest of its sister churches.

We believe that baptism is "the door into the church" and that the believer
must be immersed in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

We believe that the Lord's Supper was instituted by Christ for His
perpetual remembrance among all believers until He comes.