Welcome to New Beginnings Ministries, we have two great ministries that service others, our Mission Ministry and Helping Hands Ministry.
We have a great Mission Ministry that you are invited to be a part of. We believe in empowering and helping people; finding out what people need and acting accordingly. Our mission is to Show God’s Love by Serving Others and by Being Obedient to the Great Commission. We heed Matthew 28:19, which says ‘Go and make disciples of all nations…’
GO, Love and Serve. Repeat! That’s who we are and what we do and we pray that you will join us in this great work.
To join the ministry or volunteer for one of our monthly Service Projects contact our church office or speak with a ‘Got Mission’ leader.
Our Helping Hands ministry exists to provide assistance and support, giving cheerfully and generously to those in need; supporting repasts and providing a food tray to grieving families, supporting families of newborn babies with food and other items, supporting fellowship and special events, and addressing requests for ‘WE CARE’ boxes.
Our mission is to answer the call of Christ as stated in Matthew 25:35-40 and Our mission is to answer the call of Christ as stated in Matthew 25:35-40 and our vision is that everyone that God sends us feels that love of God through our helping hands.
The Village of Hope
New Beginnings has partnered with CHAMA (Challenge AIDS & Malaria in Africa) with the partnership of founder Chief Amb. Dr. Olugu Ukpai. Through this partnership NBM Village of Hope Chapel was built alongside the Village of Hope Orphanage in the Namamera Village, Uganda. Thus holding to the call spoken in Matthew 28:19 ‘Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit’.
For more information about how you can be a volunteer or sponsor a child, contact our Lay Pastor Peter Field.
For further information please contact:
Mission Ministry Chair
or a Got Mission Ministry member
Helping Hands Ministry Chair:
Lisa Fields or Carolyn Albright
NBM Village of Hope:
Lay Pastor Peter Field