If you are visiting New Covenant for the first time, here are a few things you might want to know ahead of time.
Sanctuary doors open at about 9:30 am. We have free coffee and doughnuts to start your morning off right. Feel free to come early, grab a bite, pour yourself a cup, meet some new friends, or just pick your favorite seat, sit back, and relax.
Service starts at 10:00 am and lasts about an 75 minutes. We are pretty laid back, so wear whatever is comfortable. We don’t have a dress code; come as you are.
We will worship God with upbeat and inspiring songs to start our service. There will be a short time of announcements, followed by a Biblically-based, engaging message. We always finish with some more worship and time of reflection. We celebrate communion as a church on the first Sunday of every month.
Finally, expect God to show up and demonstrate His love for you in a powerful way! Our hope and prayer for you is that you will connect with Jesus in a way that you haven’t yet or haven’t in a long time.
For adults with infants, kids and/or teens:
Do you have a new baby that needs to eat or nap during the service? Or they get fussy like all babies sometimes get? We get it! Many of us are parents and have/had our own babies. So, we created a private, adjustable-lighting, tinted-window cry-room with access from the lobby for parents and infants. Complete with comfy chairs, baby toys, a changing table, and more, you can enjoy the main service each week while taking good care of your infant.
Do you want your kids to learn about following Jesus in ways they’ll understand and enjoy? We do, too! And so we have age/grade specific classes for children from 6 months through 6th grade. Each class is led by teachers that include fellow parents, grandparents, and other background-checked adults who will welcome your child and help them get connected to the other kids their age! You can check in your children before service in the main lobby at our children’s check-in.
Do you have teenagers? We care about them, too! Students in 7th-12th grades have youth group on Sunday nights. So, on Sunday mornings, students are welcome to worship with their parents and peers or get involved as an assistant teacher in a kid’s class (yep, it can count toward their graduation-required community service hours and is a lot of fun if they like kids!). Then, come back Sunday evening when the teens take over the building for “The Bridge” from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Interactive Bible lessons, games, music, snacks, the chance to make new friends and hang out with super-cool, Christ-following, background-checked adults?! Don’t let your teens miss out!