Young adults are uniquely positioned to impact the world around them with their passion, vision, energy, and creativity. The New Hope Young Adult ministry seeks to help young adults ages 25-35 know God intimately and empower them to live out that intimacy.

The Latest on Reopening

We recognize that while content is important (just look at all of it below), what we’re all missing is community — the chance to see people in person and just connect. So we have some important updates on that front. Our number one priority is safety, for you and for our community. We have a group of medical and other health professionals advising us on when and how we might be able to gather together in our building again. Based on their expertise and recommendations — in addition to looking at COVID-19 case trends and school-reopening policies — we have determined that we will not have full in-person church services in our building for the rest of the year.


We will continue to monitor case numbers, school policies, and the guidance of local authorities and health experts. When we feel we can meet, worship, and connect with the proper protocols in place to ensure a high level of safety, then we’ll do that. Until then, we’re going to continue to have opportunities for us to connect online and explore options to meet in small groups in person. Be sure to stay up to date with the latest by signing up for our newsletter.


– Chelsy Tyler, Young Adults Pastor


Worship, explore the Bible, and pray with us in this digital Friday night gathering. 

Fridays @ 7:30 pm.


Join our biweekly virtual call with the things you’d like to thank God for our pray about in your life.

Wednesdays @ 7 pm.


Help us reach out to those in need through Festival of Hope, New Hope Church’s annual Thanksgiving grocery fundraiser. Join our YA challenge to raise 15 grocery gift cards of $25 each or donate whatever funds you can give on our Giving page.

Challenge ends Nov. 21! 

YA newsletter

Stay up to date with the latest news for Young Adults.


Here is this week’s recommendation.
Check out additional content under More Resources.

13 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

Whether you’re a die-hard Christmas fan or someone who just wants to get it over with, the holidays are full of stress-inducing moments. We tend to forget that the holidays are on the same day every year, and we allow ourselves to get crushed both emotionally and financially.


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