worship in person and online

Sunday, March 7

9:00am: Education Hour
  • AdultEd:   Our Church and Racial Reconciliation.  Hosted by the Racial Unity Committee.  Zoom*

  • AdultEd: “The Gospel of John” (John 1:1-28). Bryce Simon will begin our AdultEd series this week. Zoom*
    • The Gospel of John has so much for us.  It starts by echoing Genesis, but with mind-blowing additions. Jesus appears and performs signs and wonders, and long conversations abound in which his words are frequently misunderstood. Everywhere his identity is debated, but this is exactly the point — for because of who He is, all who believe in Him will live (3:16). Come study the fourth Gospel with us!

  • Jr. and Sr. High will be combined from 9:15-10:15am in hybrid format – in the Fellowship Hall / virtually via Zoom.
    • For virtual, please contact Jason or Caitlyn for the password.

10:45am: Worship Service

Concerning in-person worship, click here for details on our health precautions and more. Please note that all songs are intended for the congregation to sing, and the Fellowship Hall, our overflow room, is a place of singing as well.

Sermon: “Sex and Adultery” (Proverbs 5:15-23, 7:1-27). Pastor Mark Moser preaches.

Also at 10:45am: Kids Life in person

  • KidsLife – This Sunday will be an in-person Sunday. Please join us if you are ready! Resources are available here, and in Amy’s weekly email update.

12:30pm: Connecting Hour

  • Coffee Hour, hosted by Nancy Bower. Zoom*

  • Connect 18-24 will be meeting in person in the Fellowship Hall.


 *Anyone can join these online live events!

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new life?

Join us — to grow, serve, and to get connected with men and women in and around Glenside.

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

by grace

— 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.


Mark Moser - December 20, 2020

Fear and Love

John says that perfect love casts out fear. But what does this mean?

Scripture References: 1 John 4:7-21


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