TRAINING TO WIN FOR GOD

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Women of Hope Offers:

  • WORSHIP

  • PRAISE

  • BIBLE STUDY

  • SPIRITUAL ENRICHMENT

  • FELLOWSHIP

  • SOCIAL  ACTIVITIES

 

Mission:

To provide a forum for the women of Hope to be equipped with the word of God and forge relationships to promote spiritual growth

Purpose:

  • To develop women spiritually through the word of God

  • To be disciples for Jesus Christ

  • To allow our light to shine as we glorify our heavenly Father

  • To bring Christian women into the kingdom of God

  • To Love God and one another


 

“And he said to them all, if any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me.” (Luke 9:23)

 


 

Officers:

 

President: Sheri Kemp
Vice President: Shirelle Phelps
Secretary: Deaconess Mamie Wells
Assistant Secretary: Tavares Carney
Treasurer: Sharon Woods
Assistant Treasurer: Denise Green
Chaplain: Dorothy Rowe
Past Immediate President: Val Hill

 

 

Rev. Catherine Roberson, Juris Doctorate
First Lady and Women’s Minister

 


 

Looking for a Ministry to use your spiritual gifts?

 

Become active in the Women of Hope Ministry for meaningful work in God’s house.  This is a great opportunity for you to make a difference at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church and fellowship with your sisters in Christ.

 

If you are an adult, female member of New Hope, you are automatically a member of the Women of Hope Ministry.

 

The ministry meets every 3rd Saturday of the month (No regular meeting June, July and Aug).

 

 

2018 Calendar of Events


 

Women's Day

PRAYER BREAKFAST

Detroit Marriott Livonia

Laurel Park

Speaker:

Rev. Michelle Leapheart

Saturday, June 2, 2018

10:30am - 2:30pm

 


 

WOMEN'S DAY WALK

Shiawassee Park—Farmington Hills

Saturday, June 9, 2018

10am-12pm

(Followed by lunch at The Brass Pointe)

 


 

WOMEN'S DAY

BIBLE STUDY

New Hope MBC, Southfield

Speaker:

Donna Wilson

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

6:30pm

 


 

35th ANNUAL WOMEN'S DAY

Sunday, June 24, 2018, 10:15am

Speaker:

Rev. Marla Wiliams

First Lady of

Christ Cathedral Baptist Church, Detroit