worship in our
building or online
Sunday, October 25
9:00am: Education Hour
- AdultEd: Exodus 8-10. The plagues! Amazing things are happening in Egypt. Pastor Mark teaches. Zoom *
- Sr and Jr High Sunday School – Now meeting outdoors in the “Secret Garden” from 9:00-10:15, as we are combining Sr and Jr High for this seventh (and probably last!) week. To join via Zoom, click here, and contact Jason or Caitlyn for the password.
- KidsLife – This Sunday will be a “video-only” Sunday. Resources are available here on our website, as well as in Amy’s weekly email update.
10:45am: Worship Service
Concerning in-person worship, click here for details on our health precautions and more, with only 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: “Forgive Us Our Debts, As We Have Also Forgiven Our Debtors ” (Matthew 6:7-15). The Lord’s Prayer leads us to see three things about the nature of forgiveness. Nicholas Black, Director of Shepherding, brings us the Word.
12:30pm Connect 18-24 meeting in The 109. No Zoom this week.
*Anyone can join these online live events!
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Services are held every Sunday at 9:00am and 10:45am.
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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
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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!