New Hope desires to be an embodied and engaged community, living out our mission to follow Jesus and share His love here in SE Portland.
From the beginning of the pandemic, we have set out to be good neighbors. Throughout this process we’ve listened to experts,
kept in step with other local churches, and have done our best to honor State officials. See below for up-to-date gathering guidelines.
Masks are optional but encouraged for all individuals participating in our gatherings.
For up-to-date details on Kids Community guidelines, click HERE.
As always, we welcome conversation around this topic. Please be encouraged to reach out to us with questions or concerns.
You can find our contact info HERE. Thanks for your patience and support as we continue to navigate this transition as a community!
Join us at 11am each Sunday. Our Online Gatherings provide an engaging and safe way to participate in Sunday services wherever you are. Worship, learn, request prayer, and connect with others in the chat.Watch Online
In Person Gatherings
New Hope’s in person gatherings provide an embodied way to participate in Sunday services. Gatherings are at 9:15 & 11am at 10603 SE Henderson St, Portland, OR 97266. Servicio Español is at 2pm.
Registration is not required.
What safety protocols are being followed?
- We ask all attendees to respect one another’s space.
- Masks are optional but encouraged for all individuals at our main gatherings. For Kids Community guidelines, click here.
- We will continue to monitor the capacity of our building for the safety of all attendees.
- Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the facility.
- Prepackaged communion will be used at all services.
What does an in-person service look like?
Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted by our Welcome Team. If you have questions or need assistance, just ask! We’re glad to help you find your way. Seating in the auditorium is open, but households are expected to respect one another’s space.
Services begin with a greeting, worship, and then a teaching rooted in scripture. At the end of each service you’re invited to participate in communion, which will be individually packaged and may be taken home or taken during the service. If you’d like someone to pray with you, our prayer team is available in the lobby before and after services.
What about Kids?
New Hope is currently offering in-person Kids Community at 11:00am, Ages 0 through 5th grade. View our current Kids guidelines here.
When you check in your child(ren), claim tickets will be issued and required for pick up. For parents with wiggly kids in the main service, an audio feed is available in our lobby. We’d love for your whole family to join us.
What about Students?
Sundays from 12-12:45pm, Middle and High School students are invited to join a Bible study at the Mt. Scott campus. Masks are optional but encouraged for all students and leaders.
Visit our Student Page for more information on Student Life Groups and Youth Group gatherings.
What about Seniors?
How can I volunteer?
Please feel free to contact us by email or by phone if you have any questions.