2022 Holiday Service Schedule

Wednesday, Nov 23, Dec 21, 28 and Jan 4
Wednesday night ministry recessed
All other Wednesdays are our regular ministry nights

Sunday, December 18
Children’s Ministry Christmas Program at 8:30 am and 10:30 am (two services)
Coffee time at 10 am

Saturday, December 24
Christmas Eve service is at 5-6 pm

Sunday, December 25
Service time is 10:30-11:30 am
NO Coffee time

Sunday, January 1
Back to regular Sunday schedule (9 am coffee time, 9:30 am service)

Wednesday, January 11
Back to regular Wednesday schedule (6 pm)

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Winter Weather

Due to inclement weather forecasted for this evening, and out of concern for the safety of families, we are recessing our midweek service tonight, January 5. We will resume next Wednesday, January 12.

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We are sorry for the inconvenience, but we have had a couple people on staff or their spouses test positive for COVID-19. Therefore we are closing our office this week April 12-17 to public access. Our other staff who are healthy will be working out of the office and from their homes. We will also be recessing all Wednesday night ministries on April 14. We are so sorry for the inconvenience, but please understand we want to keep everybody as safe as possible. Once again, thank you so much for your patience and prayers for all.

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Men’s Video Bible Study

Recommended by Pastor Randy to all Men of the Church.

Called to Act: 5 Uncomplicated Disciplines for Men

If you are a man who feels that spiritual growth is at times frustrating—you are not alone! Most men find spiritual growth over complicated, but it doesn’t need to be that way. In this series Called to Act: 5 Uncomplicated Disciplines for Men, speaker and author Vince Miller provides an understanding of five essential spiritual disciplines that ignite a lifelong journey of spiritual development made just for men. Leave the ranks of the hesitant and join a movement of men.

Message from Our Pastor Regarding Coronavirus COVID-19

Dear New Life Family,

This is a time of new and different opportunities for us as believers in Christ;  a time where limitations have been placed on the size of our gatherings; times where we recognize that we might have taken fellowship for granted in the past.  Who would’ve ever thought that for a temporary season we might not be able to gather together as we have been so accustomed to? This calls for a purposeful initiation on our part to stay in fellowship with one another.  None of us were ever meant to be an island. We should never forsake the assembling of ourselves together as it says in Hebrews 10:25. I know the context of what was written was different than what we face at this time in America and around the world, but the principle has not changed.  We must initiate in smaller venues and in our private life the spiritual commitment and discipline to connect with one another. Social networking is a wonderful tool to be able to do that; however, the face-to-face meetings can never be replaced by what we can do online. I encourage you, through social networking, phone calls, and the use of your devices, by texting and other apps, to connect with one another.  Also, reach outside of just your friendship group. Please make conscious efforts to include someone who is a newer believer in Christ or someone newer to church. They need to know they are thought of and cared for with sincere actions.

The five core principles of a healthy church are: worship/prayer, teaching, evangelism, acts of service, and fellowship.  A few of these core principles happen very naturally when we gather together at church or at a small group study.  However, when our getting together is hindered by a social mandate, for a cause that is justifiable, these core principles must become part of a conscious faith effort to remain a healthy body of Christ.  Furthermore, we must sense the urgency in unprecedented times like this to be an example and influence upon our world. May the grace that you and I enjoy through Christ’s sacrifice for us, be evident in our sacrifice for the benefit of others.  In so doing, we will look more like our Master.

May God keep you, protect you, and anoint you for such a time as this!

Your Friend and Pastor,
Randy Williamson

Immediate schedule changes until further notice:

Sunday Morning Service: LIVE STREAM ONLY 10:30 am (Building not accessible).
Wednesday Evening Ministries will be recessed (All ages – Children, Youth, and Adults).

Please continue to check and our Facebook page for updates and some added devotional thoughts from time to time. At this time, there will be no church-endorsed small groups or studies continuing during the week. Our Children’s ministry and Youth Ministries will still be operating through social networking.

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Two Sunday Morning Services

New Life will be starting a two service format beginning Sunday, October 2nd. Service times are 8:30 and 10:30 am. Blaze Kidz Ministry for children age 4-6th grade will run only during the second service. Nursery and Toddler class will be available during both services.

We would also like to ask that if you are able to join our team of Ministry Volunteers, we would love to hear from you!

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January 10 Podcast: Randy Williamson

This episode of the New Life Podcast features Pastor Randy Williamson giving a message on Sunday, January 10. Enjoy the podcast.

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