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Chineta S. Goodjoin

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mynewhopepres.org

191 N. Orange St.

Orange, California,92866

United States

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New Hope Presbyterian Church Orange,CA ...more

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New Hope Staff - New Hope Presbyterian Church: Where You Matter

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Chineta Goodjoin
Organizing Pastor, New Hope Presbyterian Church Our founding pastor, Rev. Chineta Goodjoin, teaches the Good News of Jesus Christ with deep insight and infectious humor, often using stories from her own life to touch our hearts and draw us closer to Christ. Her messages celebrate the joy of knowing God, and challenge us to seek our higher calling. Pastor Chineta Goodjoin


New Hope Presbyterian Church / Who We Are / Our Staff

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Rev. Chineta Goodjoin
Organizing Pastor


Lauren Glenn, Author at New Hope Presbyterian Church: Where You Matter - Page 2 of 3

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Rev. Chineta Goodjoin turns her ministry into a social justice action network.
By Angie Crouch Reverend Chineta Goodjoin is a new kind of pastor - and she's shaking up Orange County by turning her ministry at New Hope Presbyterian Church into a social action network. Reverend Goodjoin and her family experienced racism when she started the church back in 2007 in the city of Orange, where African Americans make up just 2 percent of the population. "The police were often called on my husband. He would come to the church at night to get music together for choir practice," she said. This only made Reverend Goodjoin more determined to make her church a success. Before long, she'd built her congregation from just 25 to 100. Her multicultural team spread out into the community to speak out against injustice and lend a hand to those in need. "Insuring the needs of the poor, the hurting, the widows and those who have been victimized - I don't see how this church can do anything but that," she said. Reverend Goodjoin said her passion for helping was inspired by her own experience as a victim of rape when she was in college. The pastor of New Hope Presbyterian Church, an African American congregation of about 100 in Orange, Goodjoin, 48, says she's going to start speaking up - in a bolder, clearer voice - for victims of domestic violence, racial injustice, economic inequality and particularly, for victims of gun violence. "We need to have a real conversation about gun violence, an issue that impacts us all," she said.


Our Pastor - New Hope Presbyterian Church: Where You Matter

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Pastor Chineta Goodjoin
Pastor Chineta Goodjoin Organizing Pastor Rev. Chineta Goodjoin grew up in Gaffney, SC. At an early age, she was active in her church as a youth leader, liturgist and elder. She did not realize at the time that her call to ministry was being nurtured. Rev. Goodjoin received a Master of Divinity degree from Johnson C. Smith Seminary of Interdenominational Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA. Upon graduating, Rev. Goodjoin received a call to serve as Associate Pastor of Knox Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles, CA. After two years of service at Knox, Rev. Goodjoin was invited to organize a new Presbyterian Church in Orange County, California. She accepted this call and is currently serving as Organizing Pastor of New Hope Presbyterian Church within the Los Ranchos Presbytery of Orange County. Prior to being called to seminary, Rev. Goodjoin was a Speech-Language Pathologist for Gwinnett County Schools in Georgia, and Cherokee County Schools in South Carolina. Rev. Goodjoin has a Master of Art degree and a Bachelor of Art degree in Speech-Language Pathology from South Carolina State University. Rev. Goodjoin has preached nationwide, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and she has won several preaching awards. Her sermon, "At the Feet of Jesus" is published in The African-American Pulpit magazine. She has a story telling preaching style that is set on a foundation of faith and trust in God Almighty. Rev. Goodjoin is married to Reginald Goodjoin, who is the Music Director at New Hope Presbyterian Church.


Rev. Chineta Goodjoin - OC Register's 100 Most Influential People 2016 - New Hope Presbyterian Church: Where You Matter

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Rev. Chineta Goodjoin - OC Register's 100 Most Influential People 2016
Rev. Chineta Goodjoin - OC Register's 100 Most Influential People 2016 Rev. Chineta Goodjoin, the pastor of New Hope Presbyterian Church in Orange on Saturday, December 10, 2016. (Photo by Nick Agro, Orange County Register/SCNG) Read The Full Article Here: OC Register - Most Influential 2016: Rev. Chineta Goodjoin Most influential 2016: Rev. Chineta Goodjoin motivated by gun tragedy "It became a safe place where all of us could express our feelings during a difficult time," Goodjoin said. "Not everyone agreed. People understood, however, that reconciling is not surrendering, but hearing each other's pain and finding a way to move forward - together." This is the kind of year it has been for Goodjoin and her congregation. Healing, reconciliation and the fight for social justice propel them as a ministry, she says. In 2007, Goodjoin was called by the Los Ranchos Presbytery to start an African American congregation in Orange. Today, the 125-strong church is about 40 percent African American. This is a church with a social justice committee, which - under Goodjoin's leadership - steers the congregation toward the causes that most affect the community.


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