Ministry Staff

Assistant Pastor - Minister Holloway 603-427-0443

Min. Celestyne Bragg - Webmaster, Education, Scholarship Committee, 207-439-0042

Min. Royce Burney - Nursing Homes, Trustee, Sunday School, Men's Ministry 603-361-6677

Min. Sylvester Dye, Sr. - Evangelism, Sunday School, Men's Ministry 603-436-4954

Min. Florine Hilson - Ch. Secretary, Missionary, Education, Sunday School Scholarship Committee, Women's Ministry 603-433-7343

Min. Lizzie Shaw - Sick & Shut In 603-436-0076

New Hope Baptist Church

263 Peverly Hill Road

Portsmouth, NH 03801

newhopenh@yahoo.com

(603) 431-7310

New Hope Baptist Church
A Church where
Everybody is SOMEBODY and
Our Doors Swing Open on the Hinges of Love! 
Welcome,

We have endeavored to make this website a useful tool in order to introduce ourselves to you.

 

It is important for anyone searching for a church to find one that is doctrinally sound and is a place where one can serve the body of Christ with his or her gifts. If you do not already attend a Christ-centered, Bible teaching church, then we would invite you to join us at either our Sunday morning or Wednesday evening service for a time of worship which is done through singing, prayer, preaching, fellowship and above all else, honor to Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

About Us

 

The first vital statistics of New Hope Baptist Church were recorded on April 7, 1967, by the Town Clerk of Newington, New Hampshire.  Charter members who signed their names to the Articles of Agreement were:  Willie M. Matt (Kittery, Maine);  Lige A Williams (Kittery, Maine); Frances Satchell (Portsmouth, NH);  Bette L. Jarmon (Pease AFB, Portsmouth, NH);  Joseph Shaw (Pease AFB, Portsmouth, NH).

American Baptists

ABCUSA/ABCVNH is not a top-down structure, but considers the local church to be the primary unit of mission. American Baptists covenant together for the purpose of “advancing the cause of our divine Redeemer.” American Baptists do not have an official creed or statement of beliefs; the entire Bible is our creed. American Baptists honor the autonomy of every local church to determine the meaning of God’s word in the Bible as they practice their faith.

Services & Current Ministerial Leadership

           PASTOR:  VACANT

 Min. Holloway, Senior Servant

 Rev. Bragg, Church Moderator

                                    Website &

                             Facebook Mgr.       

 Rev. Tankersley, Superintendant,  

                              Sunday School &

                              Scholarship Comm.        

 Min. Dye, Chair Men's Ministry 

IN HOUSE SERVICES THAT ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED:

 Newcomers' Orientation: 9:30-10:30

 Call to Worship:  10:45

 VIRTUAL SUNDAY

SERVICES INFO @ 10:00AM

ACCESS PROVIDED BY

REV. TANKERSLEY

CALL:  1-978-806-1087

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EVERY TUESDAY

 6:00pm Intercessory Prayer

Call-in:

  1-425-436-6260 Passcode: 8621160#

NO VIDEO ACCESS FOR PRAYER

EVERY WEDNESDAY

Wednesday Bible Study 6:00-7:00PM

Call-In:

FOR VIDEO ACCESS LINK & CALL IN

FOR BIBLE STUDY

CONTACT REV. BRAGG  @ newhopenh@yahoo.com

EVERY THURSDAY
7:00pm SUNDAY SCHOOL

CONTACT REV. TANKERSLEY

978-806-1087

FOR VIDEO ACCESS & CALL IN LINK

Church News

 

THIS IS THE HOME OF

           "THE VOICES OF NEW HOPE"

 

Music Director: Bro.C. Holloway

603-430-4016

Choir: Sis. Marva Ross

603-436-8049

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Newletters containing pertinent

New Hope updates & general

information.

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NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

NEWS

SUNDAY SCHOOL WILL BE RESUMING VIRTUALLY STARTING 2/25 

Dial the following to access the meeting by phone:

Conference number: 1-408-418-9388

Access Code: 132 525 6559

Meeting Password: 642 277

Call Rev. Tankersley w/any questions or concerns:

978-806-1087

New Hope has been invited to

Middle Street Baptist Church 

for their Sunrise service on

April 4, 2021 at Odiorne Point at 6:00 am.

The Black Heritage Trail of Portsmouth offers

2021 Tea Talk Series, 

All talks are Sunday afternoons from 2:00 – 4:00 PM.

Registration for each talk is required, on the website

https://blackheritagetrailnh.org/tea-talks/

 

Sunday, February 21, 2021 | 2:00 – 4:00 PM

Race & Care of the Soul

 

Sunday, February 28, 2021 | 2:00 – 4:00 PM

It Happened In New Hampshire: Black History in

the Granite State

Presenters:
Sharon Jones, Singer and Activist, Renay Allen, Author
Barbara Baker Williams, Reverse Freedom Rider
Moderator: Senator David Watters 

The first enslaved African arrived in NH in 1645. There’s a long,

rich Black history in the Granite State. Colonial New Hampshire newspapers testify to the state’s slave trade, runaways,

abolitionists, and anti-abolitionist activities, followed by conflicting opinions about the Civil War.

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