New Life is dedicated to connecting people to God and to one another for their New Life in Christ. Our Mission: New Life is dedicated to connecting people to God and to one another for their New Life in Christ. Our Vision: Through God’s power, we seek to build a community that celebrates God’s goodness together, commmunicates God’s grace, and creatively uses its gifts to reach out to our community.Our Roots: New Life is a church focused on our community, with roots in the Christian Reformed Church. (www.crcna.org)
Services: Sat 5pm, Sun 9&11am
"New Life is dedicated to connecting people to God and to one another for their 'New Life in Christ'"
Making “room for one more” has always been a hallmark at New Life Church. Pastor Jul and Jackie modeled it. The first leaders embraced it. But as a church grows, it inevitably becomes more and more difficult for to continue to make room for those people. People start to slip through the cracks. There may […]
by Ron Vanderwell I find myself spending a lot of my time playing with Legos. Perhaps you’ve noticed that. If you look around our church you’ll see those little building blocks showing up in the most random places: in my office, in the mail trays on office doors, even on the stage in the auditorium. […]
by Roger Visker My devotion time led me to Psalm 62 this week. It has been a help as I have struggled with the question in the title. It seems that the world around us invites into a lifestyle where we individually are the ones responsible for the success we get in this life. It […]
by Todd Wessels Aren’t people fascinating? No really, have you ever sat in a shopping mall or any place where a lot of people are milling around, maybe an airport, well you get the idea. I do this a lot especially when Cindy and I go shopping together. If you’ve participated in this maybe you […]
by Kyle Brooks (reprinted from Word & World) This is a deeply arrogant article. To think that in 600 words or less I can give you a satisfying definition of the word “missional” – a word that has been used so much it has come to lack meaning for most people – rather than just […]