– Offer God’s love in radical hospitality and meaningful worship
– Work alongside others for equity and justice
– Encourage and explore questions of faith and life
We are not just a “church” founded in bricks and mortar.
We are a faith community founded in the principles of God’s unbiased love & never-ending grace.
We seek to practice Jesus’ Way of radical hospitality. We gather to create a safe place for all to explore faith and grace, love and compassion. We believe in equipping all ages with the ability to think critically and engage the good news of Jesus the Christ. We work together for equity and justice.
We are inclusive and open to all. We welcome all God’s children though differing in race, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality, ethnicity, marital status, physical or mental ability, political stance or theological perspective, and we affirm the faith, baptism and spiritual gifts of all Christians celebrating that all people are part of God’s good creation.
WHAT WE ARE DOING
LOVING OUR NEIGHBOR BY…
As a faith community, we are focused on fostering connections with our community and those around us. This unprecedented time has certainly created a challenge for interaction, but we have embraced the challenge by engaging with one another virtually.
Please join us for virtual worship Sunday mornings.
FOSTERING A COMMUNITY BY…
Journeying through Transition
New Beginnings Christian Church is no stranger to transition. After moving out of our 100 year old building in January 2020, we transitioned to worshiping at a temporary location on Hickman Road as our new space is developed. Social distancing has unveiled a new transition for our congregation, but we are embracing the virtual relationships we are fostering within our congregation and community.
DEVELOPING A NEW SPACE BY…
Growing Roots in a New Community
With great discernment, New Beginnings Christian Church chose Urbandale, Iowa as the location for the church’s new home. New Beginnings believes that a church is not just a building built with brick and mortar, but a faith community that is actively involved in the larger community around us. As the old Sam and Gabe’s restaurant is being renovated for New Beginnings, we are continuing to worship together while exploring how to act on our calling to the Urbandale neighborhood.