EAST ORANGE, NJ - Featuring ministers of the gospel of Jesus Christ from near and far, New Hope Baptist Church of East Orange is aiming to reach, inspire and empower more people through a lineup of distinguished speakers at its upcoming Fall Revival in September.
“Revival is the restoration of the spiritual life of Christians and a return to the abundant life God intended for them,” said Rev. Dr. Vernard E. Hinton, Senior Pastor of New Hope Baptist Church of East Orange. “When God revives us, we can expect authentic change.”
Sounds of praise and rejoicing are expected to fill the sanctuary as the congregation listens to messages focusing on renewing spiritual strength, igniting hope and stimulating empowerment.
“We are so blessed to have such a dynamic group of speakers with impressive ministerial gifts of preaching, teaching and transforming lives to be a part of the revival,” said Rev. Dr. Hinton.
The Revival will begin each night at 7 p.m. at the church, 144 Norman Street in East Orange, NJ.
Revivalists participating in the Fall Revival Line Up are:
· Wednesday, September 4
Rev. Dr. Charles E. Goodman, Jr., Senior Pastor, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Augusta, GA
· Wednesday, September 11
Rev. Cedric D. Rouson, Pastor, Shekinah Kingdom Church, Chesapeake, VA
· Wednesday, September 18
Rev. Dr. James A. Jackson, Sr., Senior Pastor, New Beginnings Fellowship Church, Indianapolis, IN
· Wednesday, September 25
Rev. Eddie Spencer, IV, Pastor, Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Englewood, NJ
Dr. Hinton invites everyone to attend the Revival services as well as the church’s weekly worship services on Sundays at 7:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. All are also welcome to attend Wednesday Bible Study at 12:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
For more information, please call the church office at (973) 678-6710.
About New Hope Baptist Church of East Orange:
New Hope Baptist Church of East Orange, which has a rich history and a vibrant spiritual presence, is one of the most prominent Baptist churches in the East Orange area today with almost 2,000 members and nearly 30 ministries. The church has been serving the spiritual and social needs of the community for more than 41 years through numerous Christian education programs and community outreach initiatives such as a Food Pantry Program and programs for Youth, Seniors, Women and Health.