JOIN US FOR ONLINE CHURCH THIS SUNDAY AT 9AM & 11AM!

4 ways in which we can continue fulfilling our vision:

Inspiring everyone to love God, love others as ourselves and impact the world for Christ.
Prayer is always our first response. We’re comforted and empowered knowing we serve a miracle-working God who is an ever-present help in times of trouble (Psalm 46:1).  Ask the Holy Spirit to open your eyes and to show you how to pray for those on the front lines, at high risk, and in great need. We are putting a prayer focus on the website HERE every Monday, which can be prayed daily (morning and evening), as we pray in unity with churches around the world.
The good news is that we, at New Life, are connected to you via our website platform , email and social media. 
Please connect with us on Sundays at 9am and 11am  by visiting our website and selecting the Live Stream menu button.

During this season we are meeting online on a Sunday, the same weekly message will remain available on the Live Stream tab for the following 7 days. The fresh online streaming of the new Sunday message will be available from 8:45am on the following Sunday.

Streaming any previous Sunday messages and sermon series’ can be done by logging onto our website and selecting the Sermons menu button.

Important change for KidsLife and New Life Students!
 Instead of streaming before and after the main service, our children will enjoy their very own online experience worshipping Jesus and download weekly KidsLife activities on demand. New Life Students will also enjoy a unique online experience and stay connected with specific weekly Student Ministry resources on demand. 
For KidsLife On-Demand Click Here
For New Life Students On-Demand Click Here

Many of you have expressed a desire to help, reminding us yet again why we love being part of the local church here at New Life. As safe Servolution opportunities arise, we’ll let you know. In the meantime, here are four practical steps you can take starting today safely from your home:
  1. Encourage one another: Proverbs 3:27 says, Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act.
  2. Support one another: Send an email gift card or e-wallet to those in need or text a scripture to your friends. Get groceries delivered to the elderly or infirmed.
  3. Love one another: See if you can encourage your neighbours. Call your friends. Be available to pray over the phone, Skype or Zoom.
  4. Keep pointing people to Jesus and to His promises in scripture: He is the lover of our souls, our provider and protector.

We at New Life are unstoppable at serving, so here are three fresh, new ideas to keep you serving our community during lockdown:
  • If you know someone who needs airtime / data you can buy some for them so that they can keep in touch with their loved ones
  • Phone or contact someone that you know is staying alone at home during lockdown to encourage them
  • Write an encouraging note / scripture and give it to the teller or petrol attendant when you next go out for essential shopping

Here are two additional ways you can continue to serve our community:
  • Participating in the New Life Church "Fill-A-Box" Servolution initiative which gives us an opportunity to be ready to help others in dire need as soon as current lockdown regulations are eased. Find out more by clicking here.
  • Contribute to food parcel collections at the Pick n Pay in Douglasdale. New Life Church and other charities are partnering with Pick n Pay Douglasdale with daily pick-ups of what has been donated by shoppers. With immediate effect and until further notice, whatever is donated on a Wednesday is given to New Life Church to distribute to the vulnerable at this time.

The good news is that we’re able to limit the spread of the virus by taking simple measures like washing our hands regularly, distancing ourselves physically, and being especially cautious around those at high risk (the elderly and immunocompromised). These steps are proven to make a difference, and each of us can play a role, set an example, and share the message.

See the Centre for Disease Control article link HERE which has helpful information.