from the Council of Elders

praying for endurance

So often we can read the letters that make up much of the New Testament Scriptures and forget how deeply personal they are. Consider 2 Timothy. The apostle Paul had been arrested and spent a few years awaiting a trial in Rome. He was eventually released and it is quite likely that he made it […]

seeing the Lord’s glory

Throughout the Gospel of John we see Jesus performing numerous miracles and signs that reveal his true nature to us. Whether he is demonstrating his authority over creation by walking on water (John 6:16–21) or turning water into wine (John 2:1–11) or claiming to be the one through whom one has access to God (John […]

the ruler of this world is cast down

I approach a text for preaching with three basic questions on my mind. First, what does the text actually say? Second, what is God saying to this particular group of people through this particular text at this particular time? Third, what is the best way to say it? Since a text can say many things—and […]

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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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