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At New Life Assembly of God, we are dedicated to helping you take the next step of faith and grow in your relationship with God. The scriptures are clear. We should not forsake the assembling of ourselves together. Therefore, we offer many opportunities for you to connect with other believers.

 

 
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Children

Each weekend at New Life, infants through 5th graders hang out at New Life Kids, an awesome area created with your kids in mind. Your kids will get to hear stories from the Bible in a fun, engaging, and age-appropriate environment, all just for them!

But, it’s not just all about your kid having fun. We also want to partner with you, parents, to help you grow your family spiritually. We want to make sure we’re teaching and training up the next generation of Jesus followers to go out into the world and make a big difference.

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Each weekend at New Life, infants through 5th graders hang out at New Life Kids, an awesome area created with your kids in mind. Your kids will get to hear stories from the Bible in a fun, engaging, and age-appropriate environment, all just for them!


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Youth

Our midweek environment is a combined service for both middle school and high school students. We create a safe and fun place for students to find and follow Jesus. Through music, games, messages and family group meetings, students have a chance to learn and grow alongside their peers. Midweek services begin at 7pm every Wednesday night.

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Are you a 7th-12th grade student interested in New Life Youth? Come check out one of our midweek or weekend services or connect with us on social media.

Interested in leading our New Life Youth? We’d loved to have you join our team of volunteers who encourage and invest in students on a weekly basis. We can’t do what we do without our team of rockstar volunteers! Fill out the contact form on our contact page to volunteer. 


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Adults

If you’re visiting New Life for the first time, you’re probably wondering if this is a place you’ll fit in and feel accepted. We want to assure you, we don’t judge or care where you're from or how you look. We just care that you’re here.

At New Life, you’ll be welcomed into a friendly environment by people who are excited to see you. We offer a variety of groups for people just like you to get connected with. Take a look below.

Proverbs 7 Addiction Recovery

Proverbs 7 (Addiction Recovery)

6 p.m. Saturdays (dinner served)

Youth Center Entrance 


Women's Ministry

Our ladies group meets one Tuesday evening a month. For more information, contact the church office at 573-789-4999.

What Ministers to a Woman? 

Today like never before, women are hurting. They are overwhelmed with responsibilities and inundated with lies. Many come from unhealthy and dysfunctional backgrounds that have left them ill-equipped to handle life’s pressures. Due to heavy responsibilities and dissolving families, many women feel isolated and lonely.

When a woman walks into a church, she is looking for someone to care, encourage, and listen to her—she desperately needs the Body of Christ. She wants to know that she is not alone, and she needs the hope that a personal relationship with Jesus can provide.

We can discover what best ministers to a women when we understand her design. Genesis 2:18-24 reveals that God created the first woman, Eve, with distinct differences from her counterpart, Adam. “Adam was created from the ground and was assigned tasks. [But] Eve was created from Adam’s side. She was designed specifically for relationship—created to meet Adam's relational need and equipped to bear and nurture children.”1 

Since creation, men and women have been distinctly different. Here are some general differences between most (although not all) men and women:

  • Emotionally: Women process emotions through talking; they are more emotionally expressive. Men process emotions through action; they are more emotionally reserved.2 
  • Verbally:  Women communicate mainly to express themselves; they expand on details. Men communicate mainly to exchange information; they condense details.3 
  • Relationally: The female hormone oxytocin promotes a  woman’s stronger desire to bond.4  

While sermons can challenge and inspire a woman, genuine life-change happens when someone enters her emotional world, connects with her, and encourages her on a personal level. She experiences the most growth within relationships that provide empathy, presence, conversation, and emotional connection.

It would be unhealthy for a male pastor or leader to have the relationship described above with a woman in his congregation. The Bible tells us that women are the best models of godly behavior for other women (Titus 2). Women understand women. Allowing women to minister to other women will prevent unhealthy emotional attachments between male pastors and women in the congregation.5 This is why ministry to women, by women, is a vital part of a healthy congregation.

1Kerry Clarensau, Secrets: Transforming Your Life and Marriage (Springfield: Gospel Publishing, 2009), 29.
2Jimmy and Karen Evans, Marriage on the Rock (Ventura: Gospel Light, 2006), 216, 217.
3H. Norman Wright, Communication:Key to Your Marriage (Ventura: Regal Books, 2000), 140, 142. 
4 Beverly White Hislop, Shepherding a Woman's Heart (Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2003), 60. 
5Ibid, 29.

©2012 National Women’s Department, General Council of the Assemblies of God 


Men's Ministry

Men's Ministries is about Reaching, Teaching and Releasing men to grow to their full potential in Christ.


Reaching out to the residents at

Eldon Nursing and Rehab Center

Nursing Home Ministry


NEED A RIDE?

Contact the church office at:

573-789-4999 

Transportation Ministry


5:30 p.m. Tuesday

Once a week, Pastor Eric Adolphson and Dave Vernon take a team from New Life to minister to inmates in the Morgan County Jail in Versailles. Anyone interested in participating in this ministry should meet at the church at 5:15 p.m. Tuesdays. For more information, call Pastor Eric @ 573-692-3308. 

Jail Ministry