March 31st, 2017 by Christopher Caudle
As part of the 10 o'clock service, and as part of our Confirmation classes, Bishop Carl will lead us in an Instructed Eucharist. This is an opportunity to have a guided description of the elements of our weekly celebration of Communion. We will have an instructed liturgy (for the first part of the service) in future weeks. You can see an overview of our whole service here.
March 31st, 2017 by Kris Taff
We are looking for about 18 people who would like to invest in the lives of our kid's at New Covenant on Sunday mornings this summer! Many of the teachers and song leaders who lead throughout the year take a break during the summer, and so we are looking for a commitment of to 1-2 times per month during the summer months. Please contact Chris Reilly at 407-699-0202 for more information.
March 30th, 2017 by Kris Taff
John and Susan Stevens will be hosting up to 5 couples at their home for a marriage focused small group. Meeting on 8 Sunday afternoons from 12:30 (after 10:00 am service) until ~3:30, beginning March 26th. The meeting includes lunch as a couple with conversation starter questions, a video from the John & Staci Eldridge Love & War and a group discussion to share our experience, strength and hope. Cost for the books is $31 per couple but don't let that stop you! RSVP to 407-695-0023.
March 28th, 2017 by Kris Taff
At 9:00 am. Join us in the Parish Hall as we look at the NT books of Corinthians. See how the promise of Easter reshapes life in a complicated world. Breakfast, conversation and interactive study. Resources for the class and other materials are located here.
March 24th, 2017 by Carl Buffington
I stared out of my hotel window, some random raindrops hitting the glass. I was looking down on the seriously overcrowded streets of Port-au-Prince I had just left. From one perspective I could see some stately mountains and the Caribbean Sea, but my eyes kept returning to the flood of people walking. I was pretty sure they weren't wearing fitbits or counting their steps, this is the way they live their days, walking.
March 17th, 2017 by Carl Buffington
To all who are doing the Prayer Book Lenten discipline, you might want to expect the unexpected. Drawing closer can be like walking in the dark, and then when the light comes on, there you are face to face, or at least nearer than you expected, to your Savior.