I'm New


We have all been the new person in the room. It's OK. New Beginnings Apostolic Fellowship is a place where people can meet Jesus, engage in life-giving community, and everyone is welcome. We believe in creating a space where people can have authentic encounters with Christ, discover their gifts, and use them for God's glory. We invite you to join us for any service or group meeting.

What To Expect

Sunday Worship Service

A typical worship service will last about 90 minutes. We start by singing a good mix of contemporary and traditional music that is led by our worship team. We then listen to a message from the speaker (one of our ministers or a guest preacher). We have group prayer before and/or after the message. Our services are  lively and participation is welcome. Please feel free hang around after the service for fellowship and meeting new people.

Weekday Groups

Our group meetings and Bible studies typically last 1 hour. Each group is different and designed to meet the needs of the participants. However, they generally include time for prayer, learning, and sharing praise and prayer needs. They may include snacks. For questions about a specific group meeting, please contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Going to a new place and meeting new people can be hard. Here is some information that might alleviate your concerns. Please feel free to contact us if you need more information.

What should I wear?

Our clothes are as varied as our attendees. Whether you wear jeans, a suit and tie, or something in-between, we want you to be comfortable.  

Is the building/are services accessible?

Yes. The parking lot is crushed stone. There is a door on the left side that has a good ramp for wheelchair/walker access. We use chairs, so "blocking an aisle" is never an issue. There is a bathroom that is wheelchair accessible. ASL interpretation is available.

What do children do during service?

Our service is fairly engaging, even for little kids, until the message (the sermon). When they get tired of listening, young children are welcome to color or play quietly in the back of the room - we have coloring books and crayons. When we have several children under age 7, we offer childcare during the message.

What do adults do during service?

We sing along (words are on the screen), we listen to the preaching, we read passages in the Bible, we pray aloud.  If and when we are moved to do so, we may encourage the speaker (say something like, "Amen!" or "Preach!") or pray in tongues.   Our services are anything but boring.  Come as you are, but leave changed.
More questions? Absolutely. Please contact us and we will get back to you.