We are a church that is passionate about reaching the next generation not only here in our community, but in all parts of the world. As a church, a portion of the offering we receive goes to support our missions partners across the globe who are reaching the next generation for Christ in their area.
We also provide opportunities for missions teams from New Hope to experience global missions firsthand. Most of these trips involve serving with our partner missionaries and their organizations.
Take a look at our 2018 Mission Trips! Are you interested in learning about our upcoming mission trips? Fill out the form below to contact our missions team!
Registration for Mission Indy is now open.
If you'd like to join us this year, hit the button below to learn more!
Missionaries and Organizations Supported By New Hope:
Adam and Kate Jones
Cru focuses on evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission of winning the world to Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit. Adam, who grew up going to New Hope, and his wife Kate have served with Cru for many years, and currently, they work in university campuses in the Kansas City area where they are committed to reach students for Christ. New Hope also directly supports several missionaries through Cru.
Zukunft für Dich
Tobias and Lindsey Dorn. East Berlin, Germany
Zukunft fur Dich is a ministry in Germany that provides Christian care for children, youth and families, drug therapy and help for those in need. They also work with local schools and churches.
Henry and Cindy Lowman. Opalaca Mountains, Honduras
Mercy International is an inter-denominational mission to reach the unreached, to serve the poor, to mobilize Latin Americans into missions and to invite others to do the same.
Tim and Amy Maxson
Love/Obey/Multiply is Tim and Amy's three-pronged commitment as they go where God leads them, sometimes even to high-risk areas around the globe. Tim and Amy are currently serving in the Middle East.
This Indianapolis-based organization seeks to equip Christians to serve others while sharing the gospel, oftentimes through hard, gritty labor that is in response to needs of individuals to whom they are ministering.