Transforming individuals into Disciples of Christ, Committed to Serve!
Experience The Difference:
New Covenant Community Church was started with a vision to attract the unchurched people in our area by being different from other churches. We purposely deviate from the traditional church venue for this reason.
Our motto: “Come as you are” reflects our open and non-judgmental atmosphere intended to appeal to folk who fear rejection by Christians.
Building: Our facility was designed to be more like a community hall then the typical church building: no stained glass, no pews, no pulpit and a large fellowship foyer.
Music: Our worship and music styles are designed to resonate with our modern culture. Having a full band and upbeat music is intended to be a more familiar to an unchurched audience.
Fellowship: We make church gatherings a celebration including food and lively conversation, differing from churches that offer an environment that is quiet and reflective.
Dress: We accept and expect folk to come dressed according to their own styles and preferences. We sometimes dress down to make people feel welcome who don’t own ties and suits and who like to dress casual.
Sermons: We preach and teach the scriptures. Theology and salvation history is important to us, but we strive to make biblical preaching applicable to everyday living, instructing the church in Kingdom life now.
Theology: We don‘t require agreement with a long list of specific doctrines, we stress the simple essentials of the faith. We welcome healthy differences, discussions and debates.
Non-denominational: We do not align ourselves nor are we members of any large national organization that directs or tries to run the local church.
Multi-cultural: We welcome new residents to this area, no matter where they come from geographically and also welcome folks from all walks of life and economic levels.
Transparency: We purposely strive to admit and share our own struggles and failures from the top down. We seek to support one another without being judgmental. No one is perfect, we are simply in process.