New Hope United Methodist Church is a delightful, historic church founded in 1795 in the beautiful Pomaria countryside of Newberry County, South Carolina.
Our basic philosophy of ministry is that the Church has a three-fold ministry responsibility: Prayer, the study of Scripture, and giving spiritual direction to the church and the community. These three mandates cover all the activities in which this church engages. Whether it is youth ministries, fellowship, Bible studies, evangelism, training, or care-ministries, we hope to stay faithful to committed prayer, Bible study, and giving spiritual direction to those whom God has given us.
A friendly, caring people, New Hope UMC is committed to dynamic worship and biblical preaching. Coupled with a warm fellowship and a welcoming atmosphere, the worship at New Hope is as nurturing as it is enthusiastic. It is a great place to worship and serve our Lord Jesus Christ! Come and join us each week!
United Methodist Men
United Methodist Women
5/25 @ 7:30 PM
6/1 @ 7 PM (at New Hope)
6/2 @ 7:30 PM
Annual Conference (in Florence)
June 5 - June 8
All high school and college graduates will be recognized during the morning worship service on Sunday, May 29. Graduating from Mid-Carolina High School: Brooke Ball, Derrick Livingston, and Reese Sanders. Graduating from the University of South Carolina: Hannah Livingston and Jordan Suber (December 2015).
The United Methodist Men will be conducting the morning service on Sunday, June 12. Shane Livingston will deliver the morning message and members of the United Methodist Men will be participating in the service.
The annual muffins for mom and doughnuts for dad will be provided between Sunday School and the Worship Service on Sunday, June 19.
Vacation Bible planning is underway! The theme will be "Deep Sea Discovery". It will be held Sunday, June 26 - Wednesday, June 29. There will be a meal each evening at 6PM (except Sunday) and sessions will begin at 6:30PM. The closing program will be on Thursday, June 30. If you'd like to volunteers to help out in anyway, please let Aaron Livingston know. Mark your calendars and make plans to attend now.
The Pomaria Food Bank is currently in desperate need of the following items: pasta, rice, dried bends, flour, and sugar. Please consider picking up a few of these items when you're out doing your grocery shopping. Our continued support of this ministry is greatly appreciated.