Speaking of Jesus – Room 206 – 6:30pm
Facilitated by Pastor Mike Jones
This class will be exploring the themes of meeting people where they are and bringing them a few steps closer to Christ. Using the books of Colossians and John, alongside some other great resources, we’ll take a look at how people of faith can use everyday situations and everyday language to pass on the simple – and simply wonderful – news about Jesus. Questions? Email

I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist – Room 207 – 6:30pm
Facilitated by Al Bova, Art Hunkins and Ken Seim
This course will equip, exhort and encourage you by giving you the reason and logic for the faith that you have. The course has been described as clear, complete and compelling help for both Christians (and seekers) who are looking for the rational and scientific basis for Christianity. Afterwards, we predict you will be stronger in your faith and better able to answer challenges and objections to the Christian faith. Questions? Contact:

Nine Attributes Of A Man – Room 208 – 6:30pm
Facilitated by Bill Enslen and Brian Kelley
In a world where everyone is attempting to define manhood, why not look to God who designed men? God’s definition of real manhood is found in the ultimate man – Jesus Christ. Gather with other men to learn and discuss the attributes that will empower you to become the man God wants you to be. Questions? Email

Grief Share – Room 209 – 6:30pm
Facilitated by Jim & Chris Glatz
After the funeral, when the cards and flowers have stopped coming, most of the people around you return to their normal lives. But, your grief continues and you feel alone. In Grief Share you’ll gain access to valuable resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life. You’ll find it to be a warm, caring environment that will become an “oasis” on your journey through grief. Questions? Email

MOMtourage – The Struggle Is Real – Room 210 – 6:30pm
Facilitated by Ashley Kelley and Michelle Myers
Hey Moms, we want YOU as part of our MOMtourage! No one feels more overwhelmed than moms these days. Life is never as easy as we want it to be. Kids throw tantrums, work piles up, relationships require more than we ever imagined and we often believe life should get easier because we’re following Jesus. Join us as we explore why life is a struggle and what we can do about it. Questions? Email

Connections Class – Sanctuary Lobby Area – 6:30pm
Facilitated by Pastor Eddie Spencer
Have you been attending New Hope for a while? Would you like to know more about our thriving community, how we serve the Lord and our community? Join us for our Connections Class where we’ll share the story of New Hope and talk about our beliefs, purpose and core values. We have also designed this experience to introduce you to our staff members, ministries and mission. This class is part of our membership process and a wonderful way to connect with people! Questions? Email


Common Ground is for middle and high school students on Wednesday evenings in Room 212 from 6:30-8pm. Students meet together for games and a time of teaching and then split off into small groups for discussion and discipleship with adult leaders. Small groups are divided by gender and grade. Keep in the loop on our Facebook page – Questions? Contact Jordan Bates at or 678.262.7505.


Kindergarten – 5th Grade

September 11–November 20, 2019, and January 15–April 29, 2020*

*Off March 18 and April 8


  • 6:15-6:30pm – Optional pizza available for $1/slice in Room 213
  • 6:30-7:30pm – Xtreme Team (K-5 th grade) Rooms 213, 214, 215, 216


Join us for Xtreme team, a mid-week experience where kids grow in faith and friendship! XTreme Games has a new fun theme each week and XTreme Bible Time is time to get equipped with God’s Word. This year, kids are Xploring Jesus’ parables. Questions? Email Debbie Norris at


Care for infants through preschoolers is available while the adult classes meet. Preschoolers will have fun as we connect the truths they learned on Sunday morning with activities and games on Wednesday nights! Questions? Email Pam Poland at