The Church Building is OPEN!

Hello New Hope and friends,


We are once again in meeting in the church – Praise the Lord!


We are aware of precautions, and we know you all are, too. We want to keep you as safe as possible so we are doing the following:

  • We are disinfecting the bathrooms to the best of our ability.
  • We are providing coffee, but it will be served by a gloved attendant.
  • The chairs in the auditorium are more widely spaced than usual.
  • Communion will be packaged and available for all who wish to partake.
  • A box for tithes and offerings will be provided at the back of the auditorium on the hospitality table.
  • We will leave mask-wearing optional to be determined by each individual. We will not have masks on hand. If you feel safer wearing a mask, you are certainly free to do so.

Important: While all of us are anxious to get back, if you have predisposed health issues or any symptoms that may cause you to even wonder if you might be sick, please stay home. If you are not yet comfortable to return, that is perfectly understandable, too.

We are looking forward to seeing everyone!


Again, if you want to wait for a while to see what the virus does, we completely understand your personal caution. We will continue to post the sermons on the resources page of our website and in the Facebook Group at 10 a.m. on Sundays, with outlines available for download, if you want to take notes.



Pastor David

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE (April 19, 2020)

Well, here it is - the middle of April - and we continue to meet online each week.  If you've missed any of Pastor David's online sermons, click here.  We're going through the book of Hebrews. Be sure to print out the sermon note sheets so you can take notes as you watch.

And check out some of our other resources, too. There are some fun things to do with your kids and a few things for the adults, too. 

We continue to pray for you, our neighbors, our nation and her leaders, as well as all those who are ill or who have lost loved ones. Our hearts go out to you. We pray for those of you who have lost income and jobs. We pray for your relationships.

We continue to pray for the safety of those who are on the front-lines - those in the medical field, in the grocery stores, delivering mail, our police and fire personnel...oh, the list goes on. We are so grateful to you.

If we can pray for you, please let us know. Email us at 

Here's our prayer for you from Numbers 6:24-26: "May the Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face to shine on you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace."

new hope christian church update...moving forward!

Schedule update (as of March 21, 2020):

With the increasing spread of the COVID-19 infection, with the insistence of state and federal officials, and just because I don’t have any symptoms I do not want to unknowingly infect any of our members, we are putting a pause on our Sunday morning services at the Church building until further notice.

I have been putting it off for as long as I thought safe. I am confident of God’s provision and faithfulness through such a time as this, and that fact has made the decision more excruciatingly difficult. There are broader and further-reaching dynamics that contribute to my concerns for the sake of the Body of Christ (New Hope and beyond) when these kinds of decisions are made; not a rabbit trail to go down in this communication as it would take too long. Some see the decision as a no-brainer; that is okay, too.

At any rate, we will suspend all group activities at the church building until further notice.

We will still post sermons on the website by Monday morning, and will be exploring options for future viewing (Facebook Live, streaming, etc.). That will take more time for us to figure out, but for now, you will be able to view the sermon on the website, with outline attached as a resource for study.

We will also try to provide regular encouragement via Facebook, Website, and phone. I want to thank you for your patience and understanding during a very abnormal period of time. Our hope remains on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and His righteousness.

Please let us know how we can pray for you. Contact us at 


Pastor David

coronavirus updates for new hope (March 12)

Schedule update (as of March 12)

I will be at the church on Sunday mornings to lead our 10:00 a.m. service together. We will sing some songs, share in communion together, and I will preach a message, continuing in our series in Hebrews.


For those who attend New Hope regularly, and/or for those of you who may be looking for a place to attend…you are welcome. We hope you will worship with us.


We echo the advice that we’ve been hearing a hundred times a day about precautionary action, especially about those who feel sick, are experiencing significant coughing, have a fever, stay home. There has been no hint of the virus at or around the church building; but we know that circumstances change from day to day. 


We also understand those who choose to stay home, considering the virus is more prevalent in our region, especially our elderly.


We will make every attempt to have the video of the sermon (with outline attachment) on the website by Monday morning, so you may listen to the sermon if you missed the Sunday service.


Also, a reminder that if you are staying in and not going out as much these days, that you may send your tithes and offerings to the church by mail or using our online giving page; unfortunately, the bills don’t stop arriving.  


Send your checks to New Hope Christian Church, 725 112th St. SW, Everett, WA 98204.


One more thing, New Hope…you are loved!!



Pastor David


P.S. For those who have been purchasing gifts for New Hope’s 23rd birthday, you may bring them to the church building and leave in the foyer; or, if you are unable to make it on Sunday, bring at a later date whenever you can.