New Hope Missions

We plan and participate in mission trips throughout the year. 
Details will be added when the next trip is announced.

10/40 HOPE


We believe that Jesus is the hope of every nation. Our ultimate goal is that everyone in the 10/40 Window has the opportunity to hear and respond to the hope found in Christ alone.  

Therefore, our mission is to increase and maintain the Evangelical community among these unreached people groups. This is accomplished through our 3-fold strategy of planting churches, supporting ministries, and sending missionaries.

For more information and to support, visit our website.

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"But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for His own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light." 1 Peter 2:9

Missionaries to the Samburu Tribe

The Taylors

Jackson and Hannah Taylor (local Georgians) are currently serving in Kenya ministering to the Samburu tribe. With a heart for this country, they have been ministering in Africa for 4 years.

They ask that you continue to pray that God would awaken the hearts of the tribe to His Word and that they would ultimately give their lives to Him.

The Project 143 Foundation

The Project 143 Foundation exists to help children locally and globally that are in need. This foundation supports charities that help connect children to healthcare, food, and other life supporting services as well as helping families secure the necessary funds for adoption. Also, The Project 143 Foundation supports many local charitable events and serves through outreach projects and mission trips.

Visit The Project 143 Foundation website for more information.

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Fostering hope

Fostering Hope is a ministry to foster families both at New Hope and in the community.  Under the guidance of and partnership with Promise686, we create Care Communities that work together, labor together and pray for the needs of foster children and their families. 

The Care Community is a team of 4 to 8 committed and equipped volunteers who support and serve a foster or adoptive family and children in their care by providing meals, tutoring, childcare, transportation, laundry, prayer, etc.  

If you would like to volunteer to be a part of Fostering Hope’s Care Community OR if you need help from this community, please contact Jessica Hayes at or Amy Sandgren at