Pastor & Elder
Cody along with his wife Michaela are parents to nine children. They served as missionaries in Uganda over a six-year period. New Hope Church was his home church when he went to the mission field-and when he came back from the mission field, Cody was called to help by becoming New Hope Church’s Pastor.
Born in Ontario Canada, the middle child of five moved to Colorado in 1975 has lived in New Castle now for 21 years. With her husband Mike of 47 years have attended New Hope Church about 15 years. Nadine has been serving the Church in her current position about 4 years.
Communications & Volunteer Director
Born and raised in California, Jessica moved to the valley with her family in 2006. She is the mother of five children. In addition to being our Communications Director, Jessica is also a Certified Personal Trainer. When she's not busy with kids or work, she loves weight lifting, reading, and music. She has attended New Hope since 2020.
Director of Discipleship &
Michaela has a passion for ministry and discipleship. She has served on the mission field and supported her husband in various ministry endeavors involving the marginalized for over 20 years. She has a Master's Degree in Christian Counseling and will soon have a Doctorate in Intercultural Studies through Faith Seminary. She is excited to be on staff part-time to assist with the vision and mission of New Hope Church, where she can use her giftings along with her love of seeing the Great Commission being fulfilled.
Dennis is a teacher at Liberty Classical Academy and a Volleyball coach for United Volleyball Club of the Rockies. He has taught physical education at LCA for the last 4 years. He spent twenty-three years in the Air Force. He is also an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys working with Steve Dahmer managing Bio aquatic Ecosystems. Dennis became an Elder of New Hope Church in 2019.
Landon is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He had a short career in nutrition and wellness before God called him into pastoral ministry. After graduating from seminary, he moved with his family to Carbondale, CO to serve as an assistant pastor alongside his brother. He and his family moved to New Castle in 2019 to be closer to the community where his children attended school and became involved at New Hope shortly after. He has been an elder at New Hope since the summer of 2022. He has been married to his wife Amanda for 21 years and has 5 children. In his free time, he enjoys reading, coffee, and the outdoors.