Time Sunday Mornings at 10:30am
Location Royal Oak Middle School

  • Kids and teens ages 7 and up and invited to join our very first Youth Choir rehearsal this Sunday immediately following the service in room A105! Rehearsals will take place every other Sunday. See you there!
  • Baptisms are always a joyful celebration of remembering God's covenant to His people! We are thankful to have shared in this joy with two families this past Sunday!
  • Death, where is your sting? Where is your victory?
  • Christ is risen! He is risen, indeed! Oh, sing hallelujah! Join the chorus, sing with the redeemed! Christ is risen! He is risen, indeed!
  • REMINDER: No "Sunday Shorts" classes tomorrow morning! See you all at 10:30 am for our Easter Sunday service!
  • TONIGHT! Royal Oak Farmer's Market! It's going to be goooood!
  • Easter preview! Our musicians hard at work! 🎻
  • Children, ages 3 and older, are invited to join us for a palm processional this Sunday! Please meet in the back of the auditorium at 10:15 am!
  • In the morning when I rise, give me Jesus.
  • God's pleasure is already shining upon you bc of Jesus Christ! . . . "But with me it is a very small thing that I should be judged by you or by any human court. In fact, I do not even judge myself. For I am not aware of anything against myself, but I am not thereby acquitted. It is the Lord who judges me." -1 Cor. 4:3-4
  • Our women thought up 10 things the gospel is and isn't at our #womensretreat. How fitting with one of New City's core values of being a "gospel-centered church". From our values statement: "The gospel is the answer for our spiritual problems and for all our other problems. We are committed to the gospel bc we know there is no real hope, life, or transformation apart from it." Amen! Amen! As we go through our week, let's strive for our hearts to ask "How is ___ a gospel issue? How does the gospel give me hope in ____?" #gospellens
  • This chart by Tami was a helpful explanation of different ways to read scripture. All are good, can have biases when only read in the one way, and when combined can bring a deeper understanding of the Gospel! Here it is for your reference! What is your tendency? How can we try a new method of reading scripture?
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