ABOUT NEW HOPE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

SUNDAY SERVICE 
11:00 am
 
Dress is casual but tasteful,
T-shirts and jeans are OK!
 
Childcare is provided. 
 
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Vision
 
We seek to build a multi-ethnic community that values compassion, generosity, and humility above power, wealth, and prestige.  We envision a time when those who have little will worship and serve beside those who have much, each recognizing that their worth and significance are found in Christ alone.  (Phil 2:5-8, 1 Cor 1:26-31) 
 
 

HISTORY

Built in 1967, the church located at 1821 Meadowview was originally Sacramento Chinese Baptist Church. In 1993 Pastor Daniel came on staff as the Youth Pastor. He served faithfully in this position until 2004 when the original church moved to Elk Grove. Pastor Daniel felt called to stay. His time in Meadowview had grown in him a heart for the local community.  The Spirit was at work in him to start a church with a diverse congregation that matched that of the surrounding neighborhood. Working with a core group of church planters, funds were raised which allowed them to purchase the property. On January 2005, New Hope Community Church open its doors for the first time!
 

The dream to diversify was slow going. Visiting door to door and claiming you were not a Chinese only church, when your planting team is primarily all Chinese is confusing. But eventually, the love of Christ, as it always will, bought us together.  Today, New Hope Community Church is a small, but vibrant family enriched by the many different cultural backgrounds that add so much flavor and life to the body of Christ. 

MEET THE PASTOR

Pastor Daniel resides in the Meadowview area where he shares a home with two dogs, two cats, two turtles, a pond full of fish, and, oh yeah, . . . one beautiful wife and three amazing kids.  Aside from being an avid animal lover, he is also a gifted musician. Most Sundays will find him rocking out on the drums during worship before preaching the weekly sermon. There is very little pretense to Pastor Daniel. The same man you meet in the pulpit is the same one you will meet in the supermarket. Quick to laugh and full of joy, he puts you at ease and much of the “come as you are” presence that can be experienced at New Hope can be attributed to the easy grace he has with himself and others.
 

 

Daniel holds a Masters of Divinity from Golden Gate Theological Seminary. His call is to bring people to Christ and grow them as disciples.