Meeting at Bellaire High School
204 West Forest Home Ave.
Bellaire, MI 49615
Main Office Phone: (231) 938-8056
Main Office Fax: (231) 938-8059
Sunday Service Time: 10:00 am
Thank you for checking out the Bellaire Campus of New Hope Community Church. The Bellaire Campus was birthed on Easter of 2009 in the Bellaire Movie Theatre. Seven years later, we now meet in the Performing Arts Center of the Bellaire High School, and we love being there, at the center of life in the community.
We believe that God has placed us here to impact this community for Jesus Christ. As a campus of New Hope Church, we believe we are doubly blessed. As a small, local congregation of about 100 folks, we are blessed to have an intimate fellowship. We are small enough to really get to know each other and be involved in each others lives. We do cookouts and potlucks regularly, and even go camping together every year. But because we are part of one church with our sister campus in Williamsburg, we have all the blessings that come with being a larger church as well. We enjoy biblically-based, relevant teaching/preaching via live-stream from some of the most gifted speakers in Northern Michigan, and our worship team is both talented and well-equipped. Our worship is energetic, but more importantly, God-focused.
The KidZone is a high priority at New Hope in general, and youll find that to be true at our Bellaire Campus. Wholly 1/3 of our congregation is 5th grade and younger, and we firmly believe that our kids are fully the church of today not just the church of tomorrow. Our KidZone ministry is engaged in high-energy disciple-making! And because, like us, you want to know that your kids are safe, all KidZone and Nursery volunteers have been thoroughly screened including State Police background checks.
We truly believe that New Hope Church in Bellaire is something special, and we think you will too! Browse through some pictures of our campus in action, or watch one of our messages online, but be sure to come visit us in person. Youre welcome just as you are.
-Pastor Bob Felton, Bellaire Campus Pastor