New Life Fellowship

 

Welcome to New Life Fellowship

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Thank you for visiting our website! We would be happy to have you join us on

Sunday mornings at 10 AM for awesome praise, worship and the Word.  You are invited to attend and worship at any and all of the services or ministries. Here at New Life we offer something for everyone in the family. 


Please feel free to explore our website and learn more about us. 

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Kid Heroes Children's Ministry


 Kid Heroes is the children's program here at New Life. It is full of worship, games, snacks, object lessons, prizes, Bible stories and so much more Kid Heroes is open for any Kid age 4-12 and meets Sundays @ 10 Am . Check out Kid Heroes!

 

             

 

 Student Ministry


NEW LIFE STUDENT MINISTRIES FOR  AGES 12 - 18 . 

Meets every Sunday (except the first Sunday of the month).

                 April's Events


4/13~ Youth 6-7:30pm at church

4/20~ Easter, No youth

4/27~ Youth 6-7:30pm at church 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

egg hunt
                                    Join us for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt!

April 19th @ 12pm. Ages newborn- 12 years. We will have prizes and Easter basket giveaways before the hunt. This is a free event for the whole family! 

There will be a lunch following the egg hunt in the cafeteria hosted by our Missionettes. 

Menu: Walking tacos, includes dessert and a drink. 

        Regular Taco $3.00

        Supreme Taco $3.50

        Super Supreme Taco $ 3.75

* All proceeds go towards our Missionettes group. 

 

 



 








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