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Pastor Mark Mitchell and the loving members would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting our online home. The Family of Hope is a Christian ministry that consists of devoted followers of Christ who are committed to transforming its community from the inside out. It is our commitment to provide ministry that meets every spiritual need of you and your family.

Currently, our flag ship location is involved in a capital stewardship plan to build a multimillion dollar family worship center. Our present sanctuary will become the headquarters for our children ministry with a newly built cafeteria and children’s funland.

Mission Statement:

NHCC strives to obey the Great Commission by exalting the Saviour, equipping the saints, evangelizing the sinner and educating the society.

Five components of NHCC’s Mission:

  • The institution of the home
  • The institution of the church
  • The institution of the government
  • The institution of the educational system
  •  The institution of the business community


Vision Statement:

The vision of NHCC is to create a community of hope believers by helping others pursue excellence (HOPE) and provide ministry to meet human needs spiritually, socially, emotionally, mentally and educationally.

Core Beliefs

  • Honesty: To consistently seek and speak the truth having a lifestyle without lying, cheating, stealing or other forms of deception;
  • Respect: To value self, others, property and diversity. Showing appreciation for sacrifices that have been made for your benefit. The ability to understand where your rights end and someone else’s begin;
  • Corporate Responsibility: To be accountable for your actions towards yourself, others and the community of which we serve;
  • Individual Responsibility: Using good judgment and being accountable for your actions;
  • Compassion: To show care and kindness for others; helping others who are in need;
  • Courage: To face difficult situations with confidence and determination; standing up for one’s convictions when conscience demands; and
  • Fairness: Treating people equally and making decisions without favoritism or prejudice.