New Life Fellowship seeks to be a community that welcomes people of all backgrounds and issues to bring their hurts, habits, and hangups into the light and find hope and healing through the power of Christ.
We have a pastoral team available to provide compassionate counsel, prayer, and referrals when needed. We offer several ways to find hope and healing such as: Recovery, support groups, and counseling referrals.
What We Offer
Pure Desire groups are for those who struggle with their sexual behavior and feel stuck. In the group, we’ll look at the thoughts, emotions, and belief systems driving our behaviors so that we can experience true change from the inside out.
Our groups help those who are willing to change be able to change. The Genesis Process identifies the subconscious fears (which are actually survival belief systems) that control our self-destructive behavior and emotions and resolve them. Whether the issue is anxiety, anger, alcohol, drug or food abuse, a negative, critical attitude, or spiritual stagnation, the purpose of these groups is to help you find new freedom that lasts.
CrossCurrent & Living Waters
Our CrossCurrent and Living Waters groups are for men and women seeking healing from relational and sexual brokenness in their lives. Share your pain and struggle with others and find freedom in truth so that you can “love well” as God intended. These groups are facilitated by a trained leader and will follow a 20 week lesson plan. Each meeting includes worship, teaching, prayer and same gender small group time. The ultimate goal is for you to break free from unhealthy living as you learn how to press into Jesus more deeply, allowing Him to meet your needs and transform you for His Kingdom purposes.
Inner Healing & Deliverance
The Inner Healing and Deliverance ministry desires to introduce the healing power of the gospel to the body of Christ so that the it can function from a true place of freedom. It is based on Isaiah 61’s call to bind the brokenhearted, proclaim freedom for the captives, and open prison doors. We rely on the power of the Holy Spirit to bring emotional, mental, spiritual and physical healing during prayer sessions.