New Hope Baptist Church of Laurinburg

Christ in you, The Hope of Glory
New Hope Baptist Church of Laurinburg in Laurinburg,NC 28352

Who We Are

New Hope Baptist Church exists to provide a home for believers, to win the lost, to seek opportunities to praise God, and to encourage each other.

We would love to invite you to come and worship with us. We are meeting right now in the Avinger Auditorium of St. Andrews University on Sunday morning - 9 am for Bible Study and 10:15 for worship. If you come once, you will have found a home.

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Our Services

Sunday: 09:00am and 10:15am
Wednesday: 07:00pm

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11480 Hasty Rd
Laurinburg, NC 28352
(910) 506-2113

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About Us

Baptist (SBC)

Size: Medium

Traditional Hymns,Contemporary

Neighborhood-focused, Multigenerational, Friendly, Conservative

Community Service, Youth Group, Choir, Missions


Our Services

Sunday 09:00am: Bible Study
Sunday 10:15am: Praise and Worship
Wednesday 07:00pm: Bible Study and Prayer

Church Leader

Thomas Marshall

Thomas Marshall

Doc is a minister, Professor with Liberty University, and family man. He received Christ as Savior in April of 1962, and has been an avid follower of Jesus Christ ever since. He has been privileged to teach the Bible to students of all ages and has presented seminars at the Association of Christian Schools International at the Washington, D.C. conventions on how to teach the Bible. Dr. Marshall has degrees from Liberty University, Johns Hopkins University, Liberty Theological Seminary, Andersonville Theological Seminary, Texas Baptist Institute and Seminary, as well as other institutions. He is the author of A Student’s New Testament Survey published in 2007 by Tate Publishing and Enterprises.

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