Welcome, we're glad you are here!
Grace and peace to you from our Lord Jesus Christ...No matter who you are -- whether just browsing the web, a community member looking for a new church or a committed disciple of New Life Lutheran, know that you are welcome and the power of God is ready to meet you here.  Our desire is to share the joy we have in Jesus Christ so that you may know Him, believe in Him and call upon His name.  Please explore our website, and if you are in the area, join us for worship this Sunday!

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Thanksgiving worship will be held at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 25.
Church office will be closed Thanksgiving Day.

Upcoming Events

The Magnificat
A unique and uplifting Advent study
in Scripture and music 

New Life will offer The Magnificat once again this year; if you haven't had an opportunity to attend this 3-session study, mark your calendar now!  

The study includes a showing of the recorded performance of Bach's Magnificat by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir, Ton Koopman conducting.  This is a live recording from 2003 at the Church of St. Thomas, where Bach conducted his first performance nearly 300 years ago!

The study is $20, which includes a copy of Luther and Bach on the Magnificat: For Advent and Christmas, written by New Life member Brad Jenson.

Registration and pre-payment of $20/person is required.  Click here to download a registration form today.

7-9 p.m., Mondays
November 30, December 7 & 14
New Life sanctuary


    Meeting God at New Life

    What Lutherans Believe
    New Life will offer a winter session of its study of the Augsburg Confession.  This 10-week study will address questions such as, "Who is Martin Luther?", What does it mean to be Lutheran?", and "How does Martin Luther's ancient teachings and the Augsburg Confession apply to the Lutheran church today?"

    This in-depth course will be held Tuesday afternoons beginning November 24.  The last session will be held January 26.

    The primary resource used will be the Augsburg Confession of 1530.   A modern pamphlet, published by Concordia Publishing House in 2005, will be given to attendees at the first session attended.

    Pre-registration is encouraged.  Please call the church office at 740-3597.  Participants are welcome to begin the course at any point during the first four weeks.
    1-3 p.m., Tuesdays
    November 24-January 26

    Men's/Women's Breakfasts
    Each month, Pastor Norland leads two separate Bible studies during a Saturday morning breakfast.  Check the calendar for dates and locations.

    New Life offers a Biblical Greek course every Wednesday at 10 a.m.  New participants are welcome.

    Draw near to God and He will draw
    near to you.  James 4:8

    Get Connected

    Need an Idea How to Share Jesus with Others?
    Check out this 2-minute video from Steve Harvey...the link is also in the August New Life newsletter.

    Another option is to download the Word of Witness (see sidebar at left).  Read the suggested text daily, and choose one verse in the text to share with someone during the day.  Simple and easy.  

    Annual Meeting Minutes Available
    New Life held its Annual Congregational Voters Assembly May 17 with more than 50 members in attendance.  The minutes are available for download here; later this summer they will be on the Our Council page, where the May 2014 amended minutes can be downloaded.

    Event Planning Form Online
    If you are planning an event at church, please take time to download the necessary form. When the form is properly completed, all elements of event planning will be fulfilled. 
     The form can be found on the Relationship page.

    Council Minutes Available Online
    Council minutes are available for download on

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