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Sundays @ 9:30 AM
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What to expect
We know that visiting a new place for the first time can be a bit outside of our comfort zones, so we want to let you know what you could expect on a typical Sunday. We hope this helps make things more comfortable for you as you plan your first visit. We are looking forward to meeting you!
We have a large parking lot here at New Life, including several handicap spaces if you need one. From there, it's just a short walk to our main worship facility, where you will be warmly welcomed by smiling faces. Feel free to sit wherever you feel comfortable!
The attire that is generally worn is casual, but some like to dress up. It's completely up to you!
At New Life, kids are deeply valued. Upon arrival, parents and guardians can check-in their kids at our Events Center. There, children enjoy a time of worship through music, a Christ-centered lesson, crafts, and games, all within a fun and loving environment. For parents who'd prefer for their children to stay with them, we genuinely welcome all kids to stay with their families in the main auditorium. And for parents with little ones, we also have an infant "cry room" available in our worship auditorium. Click here for more info on our Sunday options for kids (Currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our Nursery and Preschool options are temporarily unavailable on Sundays, but we're planning on bringing these ministries back ASAP).
The music in our services is a blend of contemporary and traditional music. Typically, we'll sing a few modern songs along with a historic hymn.
At New Life, you can expect to hear a gospel-centered sermon in which biblical truths are explained and applied to everyday life. It is our desire to be faithful to the biblical texts, not only applying God's Word to our daily living, but also allowing his Word to point our hearts to Christ on a weekly basis. Normally, we teach through books of the Bible (expository preaching), but at times we do topical teaching.
We celebrate communion (the Lord’s supper) on the first Sunday of every month. This is a time that brings the gospel front and center in our hearts as we reflect on the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. After the teaching and during a time of singing, people are invited to get the elements (bread and fruit of the vine), and then we eat and drink them together.