Church News

Church News

Ladies Luncheon

Women's Pot-luck Fellowship Lunch. Noon on Sunday, January 26th at the Annex in Riesel. Bring your favorite dish, enjoy wonderful fellowship, and follow up on the women's conference. All ladies are welcome to attend and are encouraged to bring a guest....

Valentines Banquet

New Hope's Valentine Banquet Friday, Feb. 14th, 6:00 PM Homemade Dinner, entertainment, games, fun, and prizes. Please RSVP $25 a couple.

Women’s Bible Study

Women's Bible Study at the pastor's home. Monday evenings throughout the month of February beginning on the 3rd. Our study is called "Not Alone" by Jennie Allen Study is from 6:30 to 8:00 PM. Sorry, there is no childcare available at this time. Come join us; we would...

Men’s Bible Study

Monday nights throughout January at the pastor's home. Study starts at 6:30. Come join us; we would love to grow in God's Word with you. www.newhoperiesel.com Sharing our Faith, Securing our Future #thechurchthatlovesme

Bro. Frank Barnes

New Hope’s most beloved pastor was Rev. H. Frank Barnes. Bro. Barnes pastored New Hope for a short while back in the early 1920s. He left and went on to pastor churches in Tyson, Tokio, and Oak Grove, Texas. He would return to pastor New Hope after World War II around...

Under Construction

For the next 5 weeks New Hope can be found at the Annex in Riesel at 508 E. Frederick. This will be our temporary home while our facilities at 5783 W. Lake Creek Rd. are under construction. Please get the word out... Service times are the same. Sunday Bible School...

Cemetary at New Hope

In 1857 William Alanson Dunklin moved to Texas from Aberdeen, Mississippi and bought a plantation called Spring Hill a few miles east of Waco across the Brazos. He set aside 5 acres of land adjoining the plantation for a cemetery, school/church and parsonage. These 5...

New Hope’s History

Rev. B.H. Carroll was New Hope Baptist Church's first pastor. He was hired after conducting a revival in the New Hope Community. The revival was such a success that the Waco Association decided to charter a Baptist Church there and promptly called young Rev. Carroll...