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We believe that when you visit our services you will find two things…faith and family! First, from start to finish our meetings are geared to ignite your faith. Our worship team provides the ultimate worship experience where we corporately give God glory through music and song! In addition to your worship experience you will leave every service challenged and changed by the preaching of God’s Word.

Second, at New Life you will find it quite easy to fit in with our church family. There are groups for every age and walk of life. Creating family is a very important part of who we are. Please visit us and you will see that New Life’s atmosphere of faith and family offers every opportunity to connect with people of like faith to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus and each other! Pastor Lew Pizzala

Ladies Bible Study…


We will be meeting at New Life Church on May 21st at 1:00 PM for our next Armor Of God Bible Study with Priscilla Shirer.  For more information you can call the church at 226-2333.

March Devotional




By Pastor Lew Pizzala

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His abundant mercy has begotten us again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead” 1 Pet. 1:3

 When people lose hope they die from the inside out. “Hope deferred makes the heart sick.”  This is why the resurrection of Jesus is so important.  It offers us a “living hope.”  I know hope is “living” when it discovers what can be done instead of grumbling about what cannot be done. Israel lost hope, grumbled against Moses and many ended up dying in the wilderness.  Second, I know hope is living because it lights a candle instead of cursing the darkness.  In prison, and at midnight, with their lives on the line, Paul and Silas lit a candle.  How?  By singing praises to God.  When hope is alive the night is less dark and the fear is less acute.  Praise Him!

Prayer: “Thank you that when Jesus was raised from the dead my hope was also raised from the dead. Thank you that it is in me as a spiritual force – very much alive, making me alive, from the inside out.”


Ladies Bible Study


Saturday, March 19th at 1:00 PM we will be meeting for our second session of “Armor Of God” with Priscilla Shirer.  This study can be picked up at any time without seeing the previous sessions.  A nursery is available.  See you there!

February Devotional


By Pastor Lew Pizzala

Psalm 27:8  My heart has heard you say, “Come and talk with me.” And my heart responds, “Lord, I am coming.”

When our youngest daughter was living at home she would often times and still does to this day when she is home, go into our bedroom and get on the bed and holler: “family time.”  What she was saying was come talk to me. When she hollered “family time” everyone stopped whatever they were doing and went in.  We would all get on the bed to talk and share things about what was going on with us.  We were having “family time.”  Just like Kayla, we have a God who cries, “family time”!  He is saying drop everything and come away with me.  Spend some time talking and sharing all the details of your life with me. This is what an intimate relationship with God is all about.  It’s God saying:  “come and talk with me” and our hearts responding with a, “Lord, I am coming.”

Take time in your busy schedule for “family time” with your Lord and Savior today! It will truly be life changing!


January Devotional


Forgiven To Forgive

By Pastor Lew Pizzala

Then Peter came to Him and said, “Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Up to seven times? Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you, up to seven times, but up to seventy times seven” Matt. 18:21,22

 Two of the greatest needs of a child of God is to be forgiven and to forgive others. The one flows out of the other.  Your ability to forgive others is due to the fact that you have been forgiven.  Somebody once said: “God has a big eraser.”  The question is: “how big is yours?”  One of the reasons why we have a struggle forgiving others is because we often insist on having the last word.  We have to win.  Having the last word is important to our flesh.  Have you ever considered that:  “an apology is a good way to have the last word?”  Forgiveness is giving up the right to hurt someone because they hurt you.  Why should I forgive someone?  Because I have been forgiven.  Your sin against God will always be greater than somebody else’s sin against you.  If God has forgiven you, go and do likewise.  When you fail to forgive someone you carry that burden with you like a dead weight, when all along you could have released them through the avenue of forgiveness.

Prayer: “Thank you for forgiveness.  May I show my gratitude for forgiveness by forgiving those who have wronged me.”