We are vibrant. We are multi-generational.
We are a vibrant, multi-generational, and inclusive community of believers who seek to illumine light, spread love and liberation for all of God's children through prophetic preaching and bible based teaching. It is our quest to serve as a bold witness to the power of Christ through activism, evangelism and servant leadership in all that we do.
For 29 years, we have faithfully served the Old National Highway Community of South Fulton. We strive to provide holistic Christian education that encompasses every aspect of one's life.
Our symbol as prominent in our logo, is the African Baboa tree. The majestic baobab tree is an icon of the African continent and lies at the heart of many traditional African remedies and folklore. The baobab is a prehistoric species which predates both mankind and the splitting of the continents over 200 million years ago.
Native to the African savannah where the climate is extremely dry and arid, it is a symbol of life and positivity in a landscape where little else can thrive.
Over time, the Baobab has adapted to its environment. It is a succulent, which means that during the rainy season it absorbs and stores water in its vast trunk, enabling it to produce a nutrient-dense fruit in the dry season when all around is dry and arid. This is how it became known as "The Tree of Life".
Baobab trees grow in 32 African countries. They can live for up to 5,000 years, reach up to 30 metres high and up to an enormous 50 metres in circumference. Baobab trees can provide shelter, food and water for animals and humans.
Just as in the rich history of the Baboa tree, everything YOU need to sustain your life can be found at New Life Church!
what we believe
In life and in death we belong to God. Through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit, we trust in the one triune God, the Holy One of Israel, whom alone we worship and serve.
We trust in Jesus Christ, fully human, fully God. Jesus proclaimed the reign of God...
We trust in God, whom Jesus called Abba, Father. In sovereign love God created the world good and makes everyone equally in God’s image, male and female, of every race and people, to live as one community…
We trust in God the Holy Spirit, everywhere the giver and renewer of life…
In a broken and fearful world the Spirit gives us courage to pray without ceasing, to witness among all peoples to Christ as Lord and Savior…
Excerpt from A Brief Statement of Faith: Presbyterian Church Book of Confessions