Sundays @ 11am
Expect music, scripture, teaching, conversation in response to the teaching and prayer
- Nursery care is provided from 10:55am-12:45pm
- Children ages 3-7 may sit at a designated arts table (if they wish) while they remain to sing the first songs and then are led by teachers to the second floor for Sophia’s Playground children’s ministry.
- Please meet your children upstairs at 12:45pm.
- Children ages 7 and older are invited to sit at an arts table throughout gathered worship and then are led to the second floor 8th Day Crew room after the teaching.
It begins at 11am and through songs, scripture, confession and repentance leads to communion and a communion meal.
Aside from children in the Nursery, all children remain in gathered worship and are offered honeyed milk while confessing believers share in the bread and cup.
donate to the 8th Day Crew on July 30th when Garrett Pugh will assist them in putting together gifts New Hope gives to first time visitors.
what we need:
- a dried fruit (raisins, craisins, schnitz …)
- nuts (peanuts, almonds, …)
- chocolate (m&ms, bark, bits, chips, etc)
- pint sized mason jars
…. New Hope will host the Greater Harrisburg Bishop’s District which will also feature representatives from Lancaster Mennonite Conference and Eastern Mennonite Missions who are introducing Mission Pathways, a missional initiative.
All are invited to attend. Contact Pastor Tom to host:: set up, tear down, or provide snacks?
Last Sunday over 300 people joined the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, a Catholic order of Sisters, at an outdoor chapel on the Adorer’s land in Columbia, PA.. That land also lies in the path of a proposed natural gas pipeline that will extent 183 miles across Pennsylvania.
Local residents have protested the proposed pipeline for the last three years. The Adorers’ neighbors have also refused to sell their land. Williams Partners – the owners directing the project – filed an emergency order two weeks ago to seize the land, but a US district judge ruled against the request. The Adorers hope the chapel’ can draw people to prayer and reflection about just and holy use of the land.’
15 S 4th Street @ Market st harrisburg
Bike. Walk. Skateboard. Drive. Train. Bus. New Hope Community meets adjacent to the Harrisburg Transportation Center (train station) in Zion Lutheran Church’s fallout shelter (basement).
Bike racks are available across the street from Zion Lutheran Church's campus -- on 4th Street & on Market Street. Street parking is available on 4th Street & Chestnut Street. Vouchered parking is available in the Chestnut St parking garage. Most Capital Area Transit bus lines --- not limited to 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 27 – have stops in the SoMa (South of Market) and Capitol Complex neighborhoods.