Whether you’re full of questions or ready to jump right in, there’s a place for you at New Image Church. New Image Church is a diverse, multi-generational church body of believers, and you are sure to find someone with whom you can connect.
Our regular services begin at 10 a.m. Sunday and 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Pastor Eric normally speaks to the adults on Wednesdays nights, while children and teens attend age appropriate programs. We aim for this service to last approximately an hour.
What can I expect on my first visit?
From the moment you enter the church you will meet our friendly greeters. In the lobby is our Guest Services counter, where someone can help you find the right location for your children and answer any questions you may have about the church. Our children’s programming is safe and secure, and all of our workers have passed background checks. We promise to provide your children with quality, Bible-based lessons and a lot of fun during their time in our classes.
As you enter the sanctuary you will be greeted by our ushers. When you choose your seat in the sanctuary, in the back of the seat in front of you is a Connection Card. Please fill out the card to provide us a record of your attendance and drop it off at the Guest Services counter in the lobby after the service. We have a gift ready for you at the Guest Services desk that we hope will be a blessing to you.
New Image is a Pentecostal church. Our worship music is contemporary and biblically sound, and our worshippers freely express their love for the Lord. We often clap our hands and raise our hands, while some dance before the Lord or feel led to kneel at the altar for a period of time.
Pastor Eric is a passionate preacher and strongly committed to teaching sound doctrine. He is real and authentic, but is not ashamed of proclaiming the full truth of God’s word. Our Sunday morning services normally last about two hours.
Following the service, Pastor Eric is normally in the lobby greeting everyone as he exits, and will be happy to meet you and your family and share a few words with you as you leave.