Lending a Blessed Hand
When was the last time you lent a helping hand? Service is a big part of our religious doctrine. We shall never forget how the Good Shepherd sacrificed his life and paved the path so that we could be saved. At New Covenant United Methodist Church, we provide opportunities for our members to serve through various ministries. The power of our community is demonstrated by our desire to serve others. What gifts and abilities can you bring?
Come worship with us at 9:00AM every Sunday! Followed by coffee and donut time at 10:00AM
From 10:30AM to 11:30AM on Sundays we have Sunday school classes for all age groups: from young kids, to youth, to adults.
We have an active Youth group that does many fun but also many educational and community service activities.
Boy Scout Troop 52
Boy Scouts of America is a great program for young boys to help educate them on important life skills and values while also providing an opportunity to have fun in many unique activities.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Every Sunday during worship service we dedicate prayer shawls for anyone in need of prayers. Anyone may request one for anyone they feel may need one for any reason.
Every year in the fall New Covenant hosts Bellerive Day where dozens of the residents along Bellerive Blvd and surrounding blocks hold yard sales. The church hosts a BBQ (food provided by Kenrick's Meat Market) and a Bake Sale while the Boy Scout Troop 52 runs the rummage sale at the Church and sells Gus's Pretzels.
Interested in joining one of our ministries? Get in touch today and join the growing number of worshippers who call New Covenant United Methodist Church home.