Wednesdays at 6:30pm
New Hope Connection Center
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What’s it all about…
New Hope cares. It doesn't matter who you are or where you've been. We want to help you experience new life in Christ. At Life Recovery you’ll meet others who have made the decision to reclaim their lives from addictive behaviors, as well as those seeking relief from the crushing weight of anger, depression, and pain.
You’ll have the opportunity to join our large group gathering before breaking off into small groups. You’ll love it. We sing songs together, pray, and receive encouragement.
After we gather together we break off into small groups. These small groups dig deep into difficult and seldom-discussed areas of life, such as abuse, addiction, and trials of all sorts.
You can also join a 12-step group if you desire a 12-step approach to recovery..
Life Recovery Leaders
David & Cheryl Goetchius
David and Cheryl have committed their lives to helping others find the healing they’ve found through Life Recovery at New Hope.
Get in touch
12 Step Groups
All are welcome.
DivorceCare is a group for men & women designed to provide comfort for those facing the challenges of a divorce or separation. The group offers practical and spiritual insights to help you through this season. It's a warm, caring environment led by people who understand what you are going through. Gain hope for your future.
Carolyn is passionate about helping people discover how to grow spiritually through discovery of the Bible, gaining insights from others in a group setting and helping everyone find a place to use their gifts.
Get in touch with Carolyn
503-659- 5683 x3056
New Session Begins August 31
Join any week, or stay for all 13 sessions.
We know it hurts and we want to help. Life During Grief is a special weekly seminar and support group designed to help you rebuild your life after the death of loved one.
Jerry Schmidt is part of one of New Hope’s founding families, helping to start the church in 1972. He has a passion for helping people experience God’s love, and the power of community. He also oversees New Hope’s care ministries.