Coming On Board & Getting Plugged In For newcomers at New Life we have a class to share the vision we have for our church. You will learn what we mean by Truth, Love, Community, and Mission. You will get to hear what we believe about the Gospel and have opportunities to have your all your questions answered. What do we believe about Jesus? What do we believe about the church? What is baptism? Why do we celebrate communion? How do we engage the world around us? Why are we affiliated with a denomination? How are we striving to obey the Great Commission? Who’s in charge? HowRead More →

What are the 9Marks? As a church, we pursue the 9Marks of a healthy church as defined by the 9Marks Ministries. 9Marks was established by Mark Dever of Captial Hill Baptist Church in Washington DC. For more information you can read his book 9 Marks of a Healthy Church or visit their website at 9marks.org. You will find our church listed in their directory. The 9Marks have been defined as follows: Expositional Preaching An expositional sermon takes the main point of a passage of Scripture, makes it the main point of the sermon, and applies it to life today. Biblical Theology Biblical theology is about soundRead More →

Our Membership Agreement All our members have signed our church membership covenant after attending our Newcomers class. Our membership covenant is merely a formal expression of our commitment to God and to one another. It helps to bring focus to the goals we are trying to accomplish together as a church. It also serves as a teaching tool and a reminder of our essential beliefs and practices. We always strive to be upfront and clear about our beliefs and what we expect from one another. We would never Our membership covenant is rooted in the practical expression of the Biblical principles of Truth, Love, Community,Read More →

A Call to Joy + A Call to Growth Becoming a Disciple-Maker We encourage all new members to participate in a study of the book A Call To Joy published by the International Evangelism Association. All our current members have been encouraged to complete this study. It is a guided study led by a trained instructor. The goal of this study is to help us establish consistent, healthy patterns of Christian spiritual disciplines in each of our lives.  These disciplines include things like daily scripture reading, developing a strategic plan for prayer, active note taking, journaling, sharing your faith, and learning how to disciple others. Give a man a fishRead More →