Ministries at new life

And he have the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ - Ephesians 4:11-13

  • Kidz ministry

    At New Life, we believe that if we truly want to help transform families, communities and neighborhoods, then this means investing in our kids. Our teachers help parents in growing Believers In God through our relationships with each other, our community, and our Heavenly Father. We encourage you to check us out this Sunday!

    For more information, please contact Amy Falkowski

  • New Life Rocks!

    New Life ROCKS! is the youth group at New Life. The group meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month, from 6-8 PM, October through May. Young people in 6th-12th grades across the area are encouraged to join the fun and fellowship as interested and energetic adults invest and interact with them in ways that are meant to cultivate relationships built on Biblical principles, stretch them to think on their feet, and develop a sense of who they are as teenagers created in the image of God!

    At New Life ROCKS!, we dig deep into what it means to be friends and how we can be the friends God calls us to be!

    For more information, please click here!

  • Women's ministry

    At New Life, we believe living in community strengthens our spiritual walk.  The Women's Ministry not only spends time in God's word together, they also do life with one another. The Women's Ministry meets on a regular basis to delve deeper in God's word. 

    For more information on how to get involved with these lovely ladies, please contact Norma Snider or Therese Ringelberg

  • hand 2 hand

    New Life is an active participant in Hand2Hand Ministries. Hand2Hand is a resource for children facing hunger over the weekend by providing healthy food so they have a greater opportunity to succeed academically, emotionally, and physically. This is done simply by providing a backpack with food on Fridays in the child’s locker for them to take home. We rely on both congregational and community partnerships to feed as many kids in Muskegon County as possible. We graciously accept donations of food, finances and even your time.

    For more information, please contact Emily DeVries

  • Missional communitIes

    For more information on what Missional Communities are, click here

    All three missional communities focus on helping out the community of Norton Shores and its surrounding areas. The Spring Lake Missional Community helps the local first responders.  The North Side Missional Community is an active in a local Muskegon school and the Norton Shores Missional Community focuses on assisting the Roodmont neigborhood. 

  • Discipleship huddles

    For more information on what Discipleship Huddles are, click here!  

    Discipleship Huddles are groups of 4-6 people who gather together for a season to learn the rhythms of being a Jesus follower and are equipped with the tools to be a disciple maker.