from the Council of Elders

we need prayer—and so do you

This morning I read through the book of Amos (it’s only nine chapters). In chapter 7 I was struck by Amos’ openness and transparency. He was called as a prophet, which means he was sent to speak God’s words on behalf of God, and the message he had for the nations surrounding Israel, as well […]

“pray Jude”—not to him, but like him

In the Gospels we read of the Lord’s brothers and how they did not believe in him prior to his resurrection. For example, in Mark 3, Jesus is teaching large crowds. In response to the crowds following him Mark writes, “And when his family heard it, they went out to seize him, for they were […]

Let’s praise God today

Charles Spurgeon told the story of a farmer who loved his king. This farmer grew a large and wonderful carrot—the largest and greatest carrot he had ever seen. He decided to give it to the king. The king was so impressed by this act of love and generosity that he responded to the farmer by […]

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services temporarily canceled—UPDATED

Due to the coronavirus / COVID-19 outbreak and in compliance with Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order banning public assemblages greater than 50 persons, New City’s services are canceled through April 5. At this time we hope to begin assembling together again on April 12, just in time for Easter! UPDATE: Please note that Governor Whitmer’s Executive […]

Family Meal & Meeting

New City Family, Make sure to mark your calendars for our next Family Meeting & Meal. Bring your favorite Salad, Dessert, Sides and/or Main course to share with each other. We would love to see y’all there. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH

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  • 10:30 AM-12:30 PM

    The tomb is empty. Really. We’re planning to celebrate this fact on our first Sunday back after this quarantine.