9:30am Thanksgiving Day: Join us online or in-person for our yearly service of giving thanks!
"I will praise the name of God with a song;
I will magnify him with thanksgiving."
worship in our
building or online
Sunday, November 29
9:00am: Education Hour
- AdultEd: Exodus 19. Seminary doctoral student Bryce Simon will again be teaching us, as we reach the crucial middle of the book of Exodus. Zoom*
- Sr. High: Attend in person at 9:15am in The 109 or join by Zoom. Contact Jason for password.
- Jr. High: Attend in person at 9:15am in the Jr. High Room or join by Zoom. Contact Caitlyn for password.
Both The 109 and Jr. High Room seating has been arranged to maintain a 6-foot distance around all seats. Rooms are cleaned between use. Masks are required for all students and leaders.
- KidsLife: This Sunday we will take a break for the Thanksgiving holiday. There will be no videos or in-person KidsLife this week. We hope you all have a safe and relaxing Thanksgiving holiday!
10:45am: Worship Service
Concerning in-person worship, click here for details on our health precautions and more, with these recent changes: all songs are intended for the congregation to sing, and the Fellowship Hall, our overflow room, is now a place of singing as well.
Sermon: “Fear and Hope in the Book of Isaiah” (Isaiah 43). As we begin Advent, Pastor Mark continues our sermon series “Fear Not,” by looking at the book where we most frequently hear this command from God. Furthermore, we’ll look at the passage that gives us the most reasons not to fear!
12:30pm: Connecting Hour
- Coffee Hour returns! With Pastor Mark – Zoom*
- Connect 18-24 meeting in-person in The 109
Have you ever wanted a
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Services are held every Sunday at 9:00am and 10:45am.
“To Know Christ and to Make Him Known”
New Life Church is a community
— God’s free, self-initiated, undeserved love for sinners.
We aim to be a church where people can acknowledge their sinfulness and come “just as they are” to Jesus Christ, the only one with the power to save people from their sins.
And this is why we are called New Life: through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, who breaks destructive patterns and gives us the power to live differently, we have hope for the future, and we strive to be a community that lives thoughtfully, ethically, with love, out of our desire to please the one who loved us first.
Crossing the Road (even when you can’t leave home) Nancy pointed out something interesting about the good Samaritan. While the religious Jews walked down the
Greetings New Lifers! I can’t tell you how encouraged I am by all God has done this last year! This includes the many generous contributions to
Come and be welcomed!
Celebrate Jesus with us and be encouraged at one of our Sunday services (9:00am and 10:45am) as we worship together through music, prayer, and a message from the Bible. We hope to see you there!