from the Council of Elders

I can’t believe you said that!

Unity without diversity isn’t really unity—it’s sameness. Diversity, whether ethnic or socio-economic or simply diversity of thought will, inevitably, bring conflict. It is impossible for a group of people who spend significant time together to go very long without some form of conflict arising. Apart from the truly rare malevolent intent, such conflict is nearly […]

worship—November 29, 2020

We’re in week two of our #scatteredassembly. Let’s continue to pray for an end to this virus! Though we cannot meet together for another week or two (Lord willing), let us worship our God nevertheless! Though we are unable to gather together we are able to worship our great God together by singing in our […]

let’s have one mind

As we read through Scripture—especially the epistles—we can begin to detect certain patterns by authors. John, for example, loves symbolism. We see this throughout Revelation, but also in the Gospel of John. At the end of chapter 2, for example, John writes that Jesus didn’t entrust himself to those who “followed” him on account of […]

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Announcements

online for a few weeks

Due to the increase in COVID-19 infections rates, we are suspending in-person worship until December 13. A post containing a guide to worship in your home, as well as a message from J-T, will be available at 9:30AM on Sunday mornings. At 10:30 we will have a church-wide zoom call to connect with each other.

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 […]

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Calendar

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