Come For Church. Leave As Family.
New Life Assembly is a group of regular people who want to honor our Lord Jesus Christ and encourage each other to grow in our walk with Him. Below, we have done our best to answer some pretty common questions most people have when visiting a church.
What are your services like?
Whether it is through our opening announcements, the music, a time of prayer, giving, or preaching, God's word is at the center of all of our gatherings. We believe you will find the atmosphere here to be welcoming and encouraging, and hopefully by the time you leave, you will feel like you're part of our family. We are a small church so people will likely notice you and introduce themselves but it's all part of being a church family. No worries though, we won't put you on the spot during service but we would love to connect with you after service, so fill out one of our connect cards in the seat-back in front of where you sit and bring that card to our connections area after service.
What about my kids?
No need to worry if you will be asked to rush your kids off to another room when you walk in the doors. When you take time on a Sunday morning to visit us, we want YOU to decide if you will enjoy the service as a family or have your children join other kids their age during the main service. If you have questions about where your child's group may be meeting, just ask one our greeters as soon as you walk in and they will have someone give you a tour of our children's area.
Keeping your children safe is a top priority for us. Two ways we ensure their safety is requiring all of our workers to have a background check and we have a secure check-in system so that your children are only released to you at the end of service. We have clean, well-staffed nurseries for infants, as well as separate classes for toddlers during the church service. For your children in K-5th, after you check them in they will stay with you during worship in the main service, and then an announcment will be made to dismiss them for Kids Church.
What should I wear?
We are more concerned about you spending some time with us than we are with what you wear. Come in whatever makes you feel comfortable and just focus on connecting with God, not trying to impress anyone with what you wear.