|Based on the scripture and our witness of Christ's work, we believe the mission of the triune God is one of constantly creating, redeeming, and reconciling all things to God's self in love. Furthermore, we believe the mission of the Church and her members is to participate in God's mission in the world. Service and Mission are the ways that we put our faith into action. It is a way for us to demonstrate the love and care of God to our neighbors, our community and even to our world. Following the leading of God's Spirit, the New Creation Community participates in particular missions as a whole, or we bless and commission individuals to work in areas they are passionate about and that resonate with our mission, vision, and values as a community.
Check out our various ministries:
The Card Ministry
Breaking Bread Together
Food and Gardening Ministry
St. Barnabas Prayer Ministry
Nursing Home Diaconate
Other Ministries supported by New Creation Presbyterian Church include:
Kemmerer Village: The Village is one of the Presbyterian Church (USA)' children's homes, and is located in Assumption, IL. We collect Campbell soup labels and General Mills box tops for them so they may turn them to Campbell and General Mills for equipment for their school and cottages.
Elise Ryne Rochman (contact via link): Inspired by baby Elise and the Rochman family (friends of the church), members are in prayer and support the search for a cure of the Tay-Sachs Disease.
Presbyterian Unified Mission: We contribute annually to the PC(USA)'s unified mission fund, which supports various local, regional, national, and international efforts of sharing the Gospel, in both word and deeds.
We participate in events with sister Presbyterian congregations, as well as with other ecumenical partners, such as annual O’Fallon Community Thanksgiving service, and worship events with Westminster and First United (Belleville).
Pastor Christian is member of the O’Fallon Rotary and Chamber of Commerce, building relationships with city leaders. He has also been designated co-moderator for the local grass root effort on affordable housing and local economic development.
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