We are grateful for your courage and willingness to explore faith with us. Whether you are exploring our website or social media, already visited us in worship, participated in one of our ministries, or simply want to learn more about us, we recognize the courage it takes to reach out to people you may not know.

What a joy it is to introduce our church to you!

At New Beginnings Christian Church, our doors are open wide to people from all backgrounds. If you are looking to explore spiritual questions and work out your faith, then you’ll fit right in. We value journeying together, nurturing and supporting one another in questions of faith and life.

We are a welcoming, open and affirming, justice-seeking community of believers who strive to understand and follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. This means offering God’s love in radical hospitality and working alongside others for equity and justice. At New Beginnings Christian Church, we understand our faith isn’t complete until it becomes action in the world.

“Come as you are” isn’t just a cliché here. Our faith community — and the denomination of which we are a part — values diversity in thought and practice. All really does mean All at God’s table.

What is worship like?

  • Our Sunday morning service begins at 10:30 am and is usually done before 11:30 am.
  • We provide an order of service to help folks participate.
  • Song texts are projected on a screen at the front and hymnals are also available if you like to see the printed music.
  • Our worship songs are a mix of classic hymns, contemporary worship songs, jazz, spirituals, and other genres.
  • We share communion each week. Everyone is invited to partake.
  • We livestream our service on Facebook and YouTube and post the recordings online.

Can I bring my children?

Children of all ages are welcome to be with you in worship. We have quiet activities available to help keep little ones interested and engaged at their seats. For babies and younger children, we also provide a nursery under the care of our professional, trained staff.

What should I wear?

Come as you are is a good descriptor of what we consider appropriate dress. You’ll see folks in dress pants, jeans, dresses, t-shirts, or dress shirts. We simply value our presence together.

What's Friendship Time?

After worship, we congregate in our Community Room for a time of fellowship with coffee, punch, and some sweet treats provided by church members. This is a great time to get to know one another better and to speak to our pastor.

Is the building accessible?

Our building is fully accessible. All-gender and accessible restrooms are also available on all levels. We have a “lift” for those who need assistance getting to each of our three floors.