Community Life at New Day is an expression of the relationships within our body. We live this out in a variety of expressions as diverse as our congregation. There are programs and avenues to get connected, but we believe the best way to find community is to open up your home and schedule to spend time building relationships. To the extent that we as individuals and families pursue one another is the extent to which community life is realized at New Day.
Jesus started Christianity with twelve friends, and it is our firm belief that our faith is expressed and lived in the context of relationship. None of Jesus’ teachings make any sense outside of living life in community. Therefore, it is our acknowledgement that the living stones only find meaning when they are joined together into a beautiful temple where Jesus Christ resides as central.
A group of people that isn’t continually growing in the knowledge of God will grow dry. A group of people that isn’t making disciples and serving the least of these will grow self-absorbed. The two must go hand in hand like a cup that is being poured into as it is simultaneously being poured out. It is our belief that we learn how to do this in the context of the local congregation, where all members are committed to unity and to personal discipleship.
Are you getting married or thinking about marriage? If you are interested in information about pre-marital counseling, please contact Brenda Rindels.
Baptism fulfills Christs command and is practiced by His disciples. When a believer is immersed in baptism, it signifies their union with Jesus in His death and resurrection. We love to celebrate this decision and affirm it by making it part of our service. If you are interested in being baptized, please contact Lloyd Rindels.