Upcoming workshop: True Friendship

Connection in an Age of Loneliness

Lonely? In an age where we appear more connected than ever, our experience and sociological data show we are drifting further apart.  Whether living alone and feeling cut off from community or even alongside many roommates, a spouse, and our own children, we all know the pain of feeling alone – like no one sees us.


Come join New Hope’s new counselor Jason Pogue and pastor Jeff Nottingham for an interactive workshop where we will explore the roots of true friendship, how we get in our own way, the building blocks of authentic connection, and the skills to take our friendships to a deeper place that brings us meaning and joy, glorifies God, and invites our neighbor to see the love of God in community.


This workshop will meet Friday September 15th, September 29th, and October 13th from 6:30 to 8:30pm in "The Underground" inside the Harrison Center for the Arts. Childcare available.


Cost is $75. RSVP by September 5th for childcare.


Contact Jason Pogue or Jeff Nottingham to sign-up or with questions.