New Hope Gospel Church

A vibrant, relevant church connecting Christ and community

- Sunday Worship - 10:30 a.m.
          Junior church during the service.
       - Friday Morning Prayer - 9:00 a.m.

You are welcome here!

New Hope Gospel Church

5220 40th Street, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

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Thursday Night Jam

Every Thursday, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

New Hope Gospel Church

5220 40th St, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

We come together weekly to blend our instruments and voices. We love to learn new songs and get better at the older ones too. Everyone is welcome to come and listen or participate. Starting again in September.

Modified Church Services

Sundays from 10:30 am to 11:45 am

New Hope Gospel Church

5220 40th St, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

Everything has changed because of the COVID-19 threat.  However, as of July 1, 2021 we are gathering without restrictions.  New Hope continues to use Zoom as an alternative to in-person gathering each Sunday as well.

Our Vision

As disciple-makers, we will strive to
follow Jesus’ example for our lives, helping others to do the same.

As leaders, we will be a godly influence
on our families, church, and community,
believing that this first requires
submission of our own lives to God.

As stewards, we will be responsible for
the money, time, and abilities given to
us, knowing that God expects faithful management of His resources.
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Who We Are

A vibrant, relevant church connecting
Christ and community ...
Not that we have arrived... but this is our mission and goal.  We believe that our church should make a difference in the community of which we are a part.   We believe that it would be a tragedy if we were suddenly removed from our community and no one noticed.
We are imperfect.  If you look our way and it looks like God has a lot of work to do, you'd be right!  He does have a lot of work to do in us. "And we are confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in us will complete it" (Phil. 1:6).  You are welcome here!

Statement of Faith

The Scriptures ...
The Bible, both Old and New Testaments, is the complete Word of God.  As originally given, it is verbally inspired, without error, and entirely trustworthy.  The Bible constitutes supreme authority in all matters of faith, teaching, and behaviour.  The Bible has Jesus Christ as its focus and fulfillment.

2 Peter 1:16-21, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, Luke 24:27, Matthew 5:17-18

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Teaching &Worship

Morning Gathering

"Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord our Maker" (Psalm 95:6 NKJV).  We love to sing.   Currently we have two worship leaders that lead in a variety of musical traditions (guitars, drums, piano, etc.).  Worship is often thought of in terms of singing hymns and choruses, and although we do worship that way, our worship includes giving of our time, our resources, prayer, and service.

Spirit And Truth

Jesus asked His followers to go and make disciples.  Obviously, this cannot happen without the teaching of the Word of God.  We believe that the Bible is as trustworthy today as it was when it was first written.  Many believe that the Bible is too hard to understand.  While this is true, it is also true that the Bible contains a mountain of stuff that is easy to understand. Now if we could only put into practice what we do know...what a difference we would make!

Junior Church

We believe that, as the Bible says, children are a gift from the Lord and are precious in His sight. With that truth in mind we seek to provide Biblical teaching on their level along with wholesome activities to help illustrate what they're learning.  Junior Church runs during the regular worship service.  Psalm 127:3 declares, "No doubt about it: children are a gift from the Lord." (CEV)  What a privilege!

Latest Articles

Sharing the Goodness of God

May, 2021

Attracted to Fire

I’m pretty sure I get my attraction to fire honestly. My dad loved to clean up an area by lighting a match. I remember one time that my dad was over at my brother’s farmyard ...
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August, 2021

Dry and Thirsty

It sure has been dry lately! Our current weather reminds me of an assignment my English teacher gave me when I was in high school. She asked her students to interview a senior citizen ...
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June, 2021

Minimalist movement

When I was 15 or so my dad constructed a brand new wooden grain bin. It was square, maybe 16 feet by 16 feet, shiplap walls, and painted a nice barnyard red ...
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July, 2021

What's God Like?

I loved my grandfather! His nickname was “Red”, inspired by his carrot coloured hair. Actually, I never did see my grandfather with red hair. In fact, when I was little I thought he was bald  ...
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When God Asks You to Run

When God asks you to run, you better be ready.
At the beginning of 2021 Justin and I made the simple resolution to chase after God. After the crazy past couple of years we have had, I quite naively thought , “this year will be calm ...
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More Than the Rescue of Bambi

Just over a year ago you might remember seeing a really old ambulance being driven around town. It belonged to Edmonton business owner Alex Archbold of Curiosity, Inc.. He had come to Provost to check out an abandoned house ...
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Underground Church

The village street lights seemed dimmer than usual tonight. It was late, the sun having long since gone to bed. The eery silence would be broken every now and then by a dog barking or by angry voices in the distance. They were looking for dissenters ... and I was a dissenter! ...
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Not for Sale!

A number of years ago my parents had the opportunity to visit the fascinating land of India. Their tour guide (and good friend) happened to be a former missionary who served in that country for many years.  As you might guess, while in India they ...
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