$50,000 given to plant NHCC
14 people meet in a Holiday Hills home for New Hope’s first service
New Hope Moves to Mill Creek Elementary School in Williamsburg
New Hope purchases current property, 80 acres, which was previously listed at $460,000, but purchased for $160,000. New Hope sells the back 60 acres, keeping the front 20 acres for a total purchase price of $40,000.
First service held on property under a tent. 1 Chronicles 29:1
“The task is great because this palatial structure is not for man but for the Lord God.”
"Seeing is Believing" Luke 5:24
$739,170.25 raised in one Sunday for Phase I building project
10 additional acres given to the church, now totaling 30 acres
First service held in gymnasium and the street is named “Bethesda Ct” after John 5, meaning “Place of Healing.” The sermon was titled “Messes to Miracles” Genesis 28:17.
Ground broken on 20 acres where land was leveled and developed into parking lot and sports complex
$2,001,000.00 raised in one Sunday for Phase II building project
Broke ground on community center
Broke ground on worship center and new educational space
Between March and September 12, 1999, $750,000 was received to finish Phase II
First Service and dedication of new auditorium
Between December 2004 to early 2005 we received over $1 Million for the construction of our new administrative building.
Our Administrative building opened on the day of our 16th anniversary as a church.
New Hope plants a satellite church in Petoskey, MI. One church, two locations.
New Hope plants a satellite church in Bellaire, MI. One church, three locations.
New Hope celebrates its 20th Anniversary as a Church.