We asked two of our New City members, Katie Jumper and Abigail Lund, to offer some encouragement to our parents and caregivers in this season of homeschooling. This post comes from Abigail Lund. Abigail Lund and her husband Jon have been members of New City for 2 ½ years. They welcomed their son, Jan into the world a year ago this week! Abigail loves coffee and Aul...Keep Reading
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This summer we’re going to walk through 1 Corinthians 13 phrase by phrase, considering both the nature of love, and how to embody it. It’ll be ugly at times, because none of us are touching the way of life in this chapter. But it will be hopeful, because we can see real growth in love, individually and as a community....
Here's what you need to know and remember about coming back to the building for worship as we reopen. ...
For our Signs sermon series we had several artists from New City represent the sign in their artwork. Sadly we had to cease meeting together in the midst of the series but here are the pieces and brief descriptions from the sermons shared in the series either in person or via our house church liturgies. Thanks to all the artists who encouraged us by using their gifts to create these delightful works! ...
As our city begins to experience the effects of the coronavirus, the New City staff and deacons would like to share some ways we can care for one another and our neighbors. PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR OUR COMMUNITY The role of the New City Diaconate is to care for physical needs of our congregation and our neighbors. Under these extraordinary circumstances, we are looking for ...Keep Reading
Another weekend approaches, and while we're saddened not to gather together at 4400 Floral Avenue, we've been so encouraged this week to hear of the ways you're connecting to one another in this season of physical distancing. This week, we published information about how we're serving one another this season. Whether you need help, are in a position to offer help, or both...Keep Reading
Hopefully you've had a chance to read the update on how we're proceeding through this unprecedented pandemic. If you haven't had a chance, check it out: https://www.newcitycincy.org/coronavirus. Our hope is to not giving up meeting together, as it says in Hebrews 10, but rather continue meeting as households and in smaller gatherings (10 people or less) that help curtail ...Keep Reading
Hopefully, you had a chance to watch Pastor Josh's video above with a word of encouragement and a broad overview of what's happening (and not happening) at New City in light of the coronavirus. Here are some specific details about the topics Josh mentioned in the video. Regarding meeting together as a church and small groups: Our prayer and communion meetings that...Keep Reading
At New City, we order our worship as church family using the church calendar. The liturgical calendar marks time following the birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus. We don't find the church calenar in the Bible; it's not magical and it's nothing so sacred that we can't adapt it. But for centuries and centuries the church has marked time differently usin...Keep Reading
Later this month, we're going to begin a new sermon series, Signs. In this series, we're looking at the seven different "signs," or miracles, recorded in the Gospel of John. In an effort to engage our imaginations and help us lean into the magnificence and significance of these miracles, we've asked a few of our New City artists to take each sign and create a piece of art...Keep Reading
It might be hard to believe, but 2020 is a few short weeks away! We know your schedules are full with holiday preparations, and we wanted to make sure some upcoming registration deadlines didn't fall through the cracks. In January, we hit pause on community groups so that we have space to enjoy some other events as a church family. Here's a list of all the church events h...Keep Reading
This Advent season, the New City Kids Elementary and Club 56 students will be journaling together in an Advent devotional created just for them! The devotional is organized into a weekly format and contains scripture passages, discussion questions, fill in the blanks, poems and coloring pages. The devotionals will remain in the classrooms until December 29th, the final Su...Keep Reading
Throughout December, we'll be observing Advent at New City. Advent is a season preparation, waiting and celebration. As we look back to the stable in Bethlehem, we rejoice that our God became man and dwelt with us. And, we also look forward to when Christ will come again. Along with Sunday morning worship, Advent is a wonderful opportunity to set aside some personal time ...Keep Reading