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Sunday, July 12th

9:00am - Education Hour (online only)
  • AdultEd #1: “Jesus Through Middle Eastern Eyes.”  When Jesus spoke in parables, what did people of that time and place think and believe about daily life?  What cultural knowledge and assumptions did they have?   Explore the New Testament while attempting to understand the Middle Eastern perspective.  Based on Kenneth Bailey’s book, this is the second of four weeks.  Zoom*
    • NO AdultEd #2: Theology for Dummies will pause in July.
  • Sr High Sunday School – Zoom
  • Jr High Sunday School – Zoom
  • KidsLife – Videos and Resources

10:45am - Worship Service

Both in-person and online!  Click here for details.

Sermon:  “Doctrine or Experience?” (Psalm 32).  This wonderful psalm is about God’s forgiveness, but is this a doctrine or an experience?  And which would you prefer to hear about?  Pastor Mark shows how David describes divine forgiveness as both a doctrine (a teaching), and a personal experience–and we need both!

12:30pm - Connecting Hour

  • Coffee Hour — with Lawrence Bower.  Zoom*
  • Connect 18-24 – Zoom – contact Ben if you did not receive the password.

*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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— 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 - September 8, 2019

The Warmth of the Family of God

How could Paul write with such joy from prison? One reason was the warmth he felt from his brothers and sisters in Philippi.

Scripture References: Philippians 1:1-11


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