from the Council of Elders

an ancient warning

Amos was a shepherd. He did not aspire to any great position. He was quite content looking after his sheep. More technically, he was a sheep-breeder. He did not merely look after sheep as they grazed; he bred them so that they would be bigger or stronger or they would produce better wool. We know […]

prophetic vision

So often when we hear of “prophecy” we think “predicting the future.” While the prophets often spoke of the future, revealing the future was never their primary purpose. The prophets were messengers of God. When we read the prophetic books we often read the phrase, “Thus says the LORD.” This indicates that their primary responsibility […]

the nations

This morning I was drawn to Romans 15:7 by my Bible app. I was initially struck by the connection with our current sermon series. Paul is writing to Christians from many different churches in Rome. There must have been a reason he felt the need to challenge them to accept each other. I can only […]

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a brief announcement

On June 14 at 10:30AM New City Church will worship together again. We will practice social distancing so a number of things will change. For more details, see here.

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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