Times are difficult for families because of the shutdown.  1,500 people showed up for food distribution yesterday in North Port.


New Hope
Commitment of New Hope’s Christ-centered missionary disciples in the RAIN, and HEAT spending most of there day being a GOOD NEIGHBOR to our Community and City serving 1500 people households. At our LAST drive-through Food Pantry and bread and pastry giveaway and RETURN to our REGULAR SCHEDULE of walk-ups on Friday ONLY from 3-5pm.
These amazing people also have CLEANED, DISINFECTING, and organized New Hope facilities during this COVID-19 pandemic to meet the basic needs of family’s struggling through this crisis!!! Ensuring the best practices possible to reduce the spread and lower the progression of this infection.
I so love and am so proud of our New Hope Family counting the cost and rising up for a time like this to be the hands and feet of Jesus!!!!  -Pastor Eddie DeJesus  — at New Hope Community Church of North Port.