We may not be the first site you’ve checked out, but the fact that you’re here might mean you’re still searching. If you’re looking for a church that welcomes you wherever you are in your faith walk, you’ve found it.
Coming back or visiting a church for the first time? No problem. NewLife attenders walk in similar shoes. We know what it’s like to start over or begin a new journey toward a loving God.
Looking for a place to worship this Christmas? Join us at NewLife for a special service on Tuesday, December 24th at 5:00 pm. We will have an impactful message about the greatest gift this world has been given – Jesus Christ – along with the songs of your favorite Christmas carols. We’ll end the evening with the singing of Silent Night by candlelight before returning home to celebrate our Savior’s birth.
Even though we can’t be together in person right now, we can still bring the Word of God and the Good News of the Gospel to you. Online worship services can never replace the experience of walking into church at NewLife, but you can still gain a “feel” for what we’re all about. Thank you for joining us. We’re so glad you’re here!
9am – Worship in the Café
Enjoy a cup of coffee while learning about God in a relaxed atmosphere.
10:30am – Worship with our Praise Band
Hear God’s Word and lift up your voice in song as our praise band plays modern music heard on Christian radio stations.
11:45 to 12:30 – Fellowship in the Café with coffee, tea, lemonade, homemade cookies, and various snacks.
ATTENTION: ALL PUBLIC SERVICES WILL BE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS.
Although these are difficult decisions to make, the health and safety of our church family is our first priority. We recognize our part in helping to minimize the spread of this virus and its impact in the church, in our community and across the nation.
During this time, remember these words of Jesus: “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” John 14:27 ESV