“Hungry & Homeless” Feeding Ministry

Dear Saints,

   The NHBC Family is proud of our “Hungry & Homeless” Feeding Ministry which meets every Tuesday to provide hot meals for the hungry and homeless in our area.
   Please read the article in Saturday’s edition (11/27/21) of Bristol Herald Courier featuring our ministry. Mr. Tom Netherland did a wonderful interview!
     Those who work so hard in their efforts to provide, prepare, and transport meals are: Mother Evelyn Mabry, Mrs. Cheryl Brown, First Lady Sylvia Reid, Rev. Carol Burkes, Brenda Ayala, Deacon Kenneth Smith, Mr. Jean Mulumba and Myself.
     A very special thanks to all who have made a generous contribution. It is through your generosity that we are able to help in feeding. May GOD continue to bless and keep you always.
Dr. Reid

From Our Pastor

Dear Saints,

     Peace and blessings in the righteous name of JESUS CHRIST our LORD. It is with sad hearts we announce the transitioning of one of our own, Sister Patricia S. Black. Sis. Black went to be with the LORD, on Thursday, November 25, 2021 in the a.m.
     Sister Black was active in NHBC Women's Mission Ministry, and Women &  Unity Fellowship Choirs Choirs. 
     Memorial Service will be Sunday, November 28, 2021 at NHBC. Family will receive friends from 2-3 p.m., and service at 3:00 p.m.
     We, the PASTOR, Deacons, Officers and Members of the NHBC Church share with the Family of “Pat” as we celebrate her life. Let us pray for sixteenth, healing and comfort for the Smith, Beidleman and Heath Family.
“Be not dismay whatever betide, GOD will take care of you;
 Beneath HIS wings of love abide, GOD will take care of you.”

Resurrection Day Service

Dear Members and Friends,

Peace and blessings in the righteous a resurrected name of JESUS CHRIST our Savior!
We invite you to join us at NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH in worship and praise as we celebrate Easter. After all we have been through over the past year, let us come together with a resurrected faith and a new Hope.
Tomorrow's message will be: “Is There Hope Beyond the Stone?” (Mark 16:1-7). Be encourage during these times of challenge that no stone, regardless how great and heavy, is greater than the power of GOD! Come ready to WORSHIP and PRAISE! HALLELUJAH!
Dr. Reid