About Women’s Ministry
We often hear that the Bible tells one over-arching story with Jesus at the center. Everything in the Old Testament points ahead to Jesus coming to earth to live and die for our salvation. Everything in the New Testament flows out of the new life and power his resurrection brings. But how exactly do the pieces fit together?
Women’s Bible Study is the cornerstone of our women’s ministry. A large group teaching time is followed by small-group discussion. The small groups also function as spiritual care groups where members pray for one another and provide practical support outside of the meeting times. This is a great place to get to know other women deeply as we study God’s Word together.
We meet from September to May
Tuesdays 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Wednesdays 9:15am – 11:00am
Childcare is available Wednesdays for children below kindergarten.
Right now we are studying selected Psalms. You will be strengthened, comforted, and inspired by our awesome God and his love and purposes for us.
Please join us!
Women’s Ministry Coordinator
2017 Women’s Retreat
Embracing God’s Promises & Purpose in Your Life
The weather was wet but the company was cozy at Harvest Cedars on Long Beach Island, NJ. We had four great talks, including two by Sue Lutz, who was with us for the last time as our lead pastor’s wife. The small groups enabled us to apply and pray about what we had learned, and there was lots of unstructured time on Saturday afternoon to pursue relationships, let our artistic juices flow and experience the grace of God through his promises. You may have seen the group banner hanging in the lobby at the church.
Were you unable to make it? Or were you only able to be there Saturday? You can still listen to the talks here:
Women’s Retreat 2017: Session 1 Friday Night, Linda Ruth Paskell
Women’s Retreat 2017: Session 2 Saturday Morning, Sue Lutz
Women’s Retreat 2017: Session 3 Saturday Night, Sue Lutz
Women’s Retreat 2017: Session 4 Sunday Morning, Rachel Lehman
Can’t wait until next year!!!!
New Life’s Men’s Ministry consists of a number of opportunities for men to gather with one another, to learn, and to grow in discipleship as they seek to apply the gospel to their daily lives. Much of the ministry is carried on spontaneously by men who understand their need to have other men speaking into their lives. Here are some of our current ministries.
Wednesday Morning Bible Study
This informal Bible study meets each Wednesday morning from 6am-7:30am at the church to study Scripture, to apply it to our lives, to encourage one another, and to pray for one another. Contact Don Joos for further information.
Men’s Fall Retreat
The men’s retreat is planned by a committee of men each year to provide an opportunity to grow in community and to grow in faith. It is held away from home in the late fall from a Friday night through Sunday morning worship. Relevant topics for men are planned each year and the teaching is supplemented by small groups who discuss the teaching and pray for each other. In addition, a large variety of activities are planned for free time on Saturday afternoons. It’s a great opportunity for men who are new to New Life to get to know others.
Lifeline for Men
This men’s group seeks to provide community, fellowship and discipleship for men who seek to walk with sexual integrity in a world full of sexual invitations and temptations. We recognize that we need others to walk with as we pursue Jesus, who is the true satisfaction for every unfaithful temptation. Call 215-919-2015 for more information.
Throughout the church are a number of small groups of 3-5 men who meet weekly or bi-weekly for Bible study, prayer, and sharing their lives with one another. Many of these groups meet in the early morning. They are formed informally through word of mouth. If you are looking for a group, please contact a staff member at the church.
Call the church office for more info
Crossroads (Young Adult)
Crossroads is a gathering of active college and post college age young adults married and single. They connect weekly in Bible Study, worship and prayer. But they are often up for spontaneous activities like soccer or ultimate and eating out together.
While Crossroads has its own ministry, its philosophy is to be integrated into the life and service of New Life Church. So you’ll find Crossroads people active in other ministries that include many generations. They are reaching out to the community by inviting others to be part of Christ’s people, and in providing service to others.