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May 29, 2022: 7th Sunday of Easter. This week’s bulletin.
We’re worshipping in person! Online worship will be available on our YouTube channel. 

Effective Sunday, March 20, wearing masks within the NHPC sanctuary will be optional. We ask (but not require) that unvaccinated members continue to wear masks to protect others as well as themselves. We will also resume congregational participation in the singing of hymns. Singing will still require properly wearing a mask. Look forward to more welcome changes as we return to a new “normal” in our worship services.                                   

If you have questions, please contact us.

 

May 29, at 11:00 AM

 

We are worshipping in person. Please wear a mask inside the building, until all have had the chance to be vaccinated. Please join us!
Everyone is invited to join us each Sunday for worship and to participate in our programs of fellowship and community service throughout the week.

New Hope Presbyterian Church has been a rock of spiritual stability in Orange County since 1756 when the British Crown exercised colonial authority here. With a rich history of church members who gave freely during times of scarcity and plenty, war and peace, the church today is home to a diverse and growing congregation that honors its heritage while working together to build its future.

Visitors are always welcome at New Hope Presbyterian Church. We are located on the west side of NC Highway 86, the main route connecting Chapel Hill and Hillsborough. The church is three miles north of the Interstate 40 interchange Exit 266 and less than one mile south of the intersection of New Hope Church Road and Highway 86.

The two entrances to the church drive are prominently marked on Route 86, and plenty of paved parking is available just a few steps from the door. The church and its annex are fully handicap accessible.

If you visit on a Sunday when we have a meal following the regular service, please stay and eat with us. We never run out of food, and no one leaves hungry.