CONNECT

WELCOME HOME

Many people come into New Life and begin to call this HOME and usually the

question that almost always follows is “Now what? I’m home, now what do I do?”  

That is precisely why we’ve created this part! We want to help you, wherever you

find yourself in your journey with Christ or in your journey at New Life. Your next steps

might be life groups, baptism, membership, or serving God's Kingdom! 


Here at New Life, we are all about connecting YOU to Jesus Christ
and equipping YOU to become an overcoming believer for Him!

GET CONNECTED

We strive to make a big church feel small through volunteering opportunities

and Life Groups. When people participate in ministry exciting things happen, 

and that’s why we invite you to connect with us!

  • LIFE GROUPS

    The best way to make a big church feel small is by joining a Life Group. Life Groups are a place to grow in your relationship with God while you connect with others. Meeting in homes across the area, people are doing life together in a fun-filled, relaxed environment and it's easier than ever to get connected!

  • CONNECT TRACK

    When it comes to getting connected with the exciting things happening

    at New Life, the best place to start is Connect Track. This path will take you through a couple of classes that will explain our purpose, values, and history as well as our vision for the future. You'll also be given the opportunity to become a member and explore the many ways to get involved in ministry.

  • SERVING

    You’re invited to partner with us in ministry to fulfill God’s vision for New Life. Every role is different. That's what makes volunteering worth it! You can operate in the area where you feel most gifted or interested. When you serve in the area God designed for you, it's both rewarding to you and beneficial to those you serve!

  • BAPTISM

    At New Life, we believe water baptism is a declaration of your decision to

    follow Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. In Biblical times, as an individual entered the water they were making a public statement that they were turning away from a life of sin. Likewise, modern baptism is a symbolic outward sign of the inward work that God is doing in someone’s heart.