NEW HOPE
COVENANT CHURCH

P.O. Box 87320 

Chicago,IL 60680

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@2018 New Hope Covenant Church. 

About us

our mission:

New Hope exists to see people Delivered from the Kingdom of Darkness, Discipled to maturity in Christ, Developed in their purpose, Deployed for Kingdom service. 

 

We want people to know God, find freedom, discover their purpose, and make a difference in the world. 

our vision:

The Vision of New Hope is to become a multiplying Church that empowers people to transform their lives and the world around them through relevant, biblical teaching and encounters with the power of the Holy Spirit, that result growing relationships with Jesus Christ. 

our pastor:
Pastor Quentin M. Mumphery

Senior Pastor

A native of Chicago’s south side, Pastor Quentin M. Mumphery is the Founder and Senior Pastor of New Hope Covenant Church, A contemporary urban church with classic experience in a modern environment, located on Chicago’s south east side. Pastor Mumphery previously served as Lead Pastor of Windsor Park Lutheran Church, as well as Associate Pastor of New Life Covenant Church Southeast, under the leadership of Pastor John Hannah. Pastor Mumphery received his foundation in the Kingdom at the Salem Baptist Church of Chicago, where he accepted his call to ministry as a teen in the Youth Church. 

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In addition to his pastoral role and civic leadership, his servitude extends extensively in the field of education. Pastor Mumphery serves as a Vice President for a national education management organization, working with high-risk youth in many of the most challenged communities in the country. Pastor Mumphery is a graduate of Whitney M. Young Magnet H.S and the University of Illinois at Chicago. He also received his Master’s degree from North Park Theological Seminary. A prolific preacher and teacher, Pastor Mumphery is committed to excellence in preaching through strong biblical exposition, powerful demonstration of the Holy Spirit's power, as well as relevant ministry outside of the walls of the church to uphold the cause of the poor and oppressed.