(228) 832-1975 newhopegulfport@gmail.com

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17430 Landon Rd. | Gulfport, MS 39503
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Sunday Morning Services

8:30 Coffee
9:30 Bible Study
10:30 Worship

About Us

New Hope Baptist Church is a fellowship of believers in Christ Jesus who believe that it is our responsibility to make disciples of all the world, just as Christ commanded in Matthew 28:19-20. 

We want everything about us to declare that Jesus Christ is more desirable than all the pleasures of this world.

We urge one another to engage in weekly worship services, connect through small groups, and find places in which to serve one another, our community, and our world. 

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Our Mission

To help connect people to Faith

Here at New Hope Baptist Church we are a Family of Believers who are Real People, Loving Others, Sharing Jesus, Building God’s Kingdom.  This mission statement drives us to be authentic in our relationship to Christ and to everyone we come in contact with each day.

We function as the body of Christ, realizing that every member is a vital part of the body.  Although we are many members, we are fitted together by God and empowered by His Holy Spirit to accomplish the task of making disciples of all nations.

We function as the body of Christ, realizing that every member is a vital part of the body.  Although we are many members, we are fitted together by God and empowered by His Holy Spirit to accomplish the task of making disciples of all nations.

New Hope Baptist Church is a self-governing body that is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention

 

Ministries

Ministry, Fellowship & Bible Study

Serving our Lord through missions, music, ministry, fellowship and Bible study.

If you are looking for a place to belong, look no further!  You can certainly find your place among our Ministry Groups.

30 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ 31 The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”

Mark 12:30-31