GIVE

 
“What good is it, dear brothers and sisters, if you say you have faith, but don’t show it by your actions?”
– James 2:14
love in action
 
New Hope Community Church works to advance God’s Kingdom as we host weekly food and clothing distributions and conduct neighborhood outreach events. We partner together with community initiatives, clean up parks, and at times even pick up trash on local streets around us. And some day we hope to start ambitious new outreach programs such as, classes for; money management, English as a second language (ESL), basic computer skills, employment, and parenting. We hope to offer counseling for substance abuse and teen pregnancy. In short, we hope to lift people up – above their problems and into the arms of our Lord Jesus. 
 
 
 
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Your donations (time & money) maintain our outreach and ministries::
  • PARKING LOT – we are still paying for recent safety improvements
  • PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT – for young families with children
  • ELECTRONIC SIGN – to keep our neighborhood informed
  • GIFT OF GROCERIES – our weekly food pantry feeds the needy
 
PRAYER makes ALL things possible! God uses everyday people to perform miracles that glorify Him: Please pray for New Hope and the Meadowview community we serve – and prayerfully consider coming alongside us and helping us. 
 
New Hope Community Church is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your gift is tax deductible. 
 
 
mail checks to
New Hope Community Church
1821 Meadowview Road
Sacramento, CA 95832
Please indicate “for general use” or the specific ministry for your offering. 
 
 
online donations
Credit or Debit Cards / PayPal



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Shop at smile.amazon.com and select “New Hope Community Chuch of Sacramento” as your charity. That’s it! No additional cost to you, but part of your purchase price is donated to us!
 
 
donate e-waste
Have an old TV or computer to discard?  Visit ewaste4good.com
or call 800-317-3112. Qualified items get FREE PICKUP! IMPORTANT: Indicate Sacramento County and “New Hope Community Church”.