Our classes and experiences are typically offered on Wednesdays & Weekends, unless otherwise noted.
Baptism is an important part of each person’s faith story. It is an outward sign—a step of obedience—taken by a disciple of Jesus Christ. If you are interested in receiving the sacrament of baptism here at New Life Fellowship, taking our baptism class is the first step.
Join us as we explore the big picture of a text that has captivated people for thousands of years. Typically offered on Wednesdays in Spring, and Sundays in Fall over six weeks.
One Saturday each season we gather to learn and practice spiritual disciplines as a community, creating a monastic space for the day. Typically held in January, April, July and October, either in person or virtually.
Open to the whole church, these intermittent Bible study series where we read together and explore a book of the Bible more deeply. It helps to take Bible 101 first. Typically offered 2 times a year.
From our worship to our preaching and small groups, everything we do is informed by Emotionally Healthy Discipleship; that is, that our emotional health and spiritual life in Jesus are intricately connected. Our EHD Course will equip you in a way that will deepen and change how you follow Jesus.
This 4-week workshop provides practical knowledge and tools to equip you to become a better steward of your finances. We explore what the Bible and the culture say about the five financial areas of life (earning, giving, saving, debt and spending).
What does it mean to be Married to Christ, regardless of our marital status? We explore this important value at New Life through various workshops and events.
If you’re looking for ways to go deeper in the areas of prayer, interior examination, racial justice, sexual wholeness, missional presence, and leadership, consider applying to our School of Formation (SOF). The School of Formation at New Life is a 9-month spiritual development journey led by Pastor Rich and created to develop leaders in the five key areas mentioned above.