Thank you for visiting New Baltimore Community Church online. From newbaltimorecc.org you can read about our history, find answers to Frequently Asked Questions, view staff contact information, even listen to podcasts of our weekly Sermon. Also don’t forget to check our Calendar page for upcoming events and the About Tab for news and current job postings! Thanks for vising NBCC online and feel free to contact us with any questions or comments you may have or join us Sundays at 9:25 AM for worship.
Urgent Request: A relative of a family in our Church had a fire at their home they were renting recently and lost everything. Unfortunately they were uninsured. Thankfully many clothing items have now been provided. The most pressing need at this time is now cleaning products and hygiene items. If you would like to help, please drop off donations to the Church. Thank You and God Bless!
“Love God, Save Souls,
Grow Believers and Serve All.”
Love God and people- make them top priority
(Mark 11:29-31, I Cor. 13)
Obey God’s Word & human authorities
(Ex. 20, Col. 3-4)
Rely on the Holy Spirit, faith pleases God
(Gal. 2:20, 5:16)
Daily Devotions and weekly worship
(Josh 1:8, Mark 1:35, Heb. 10:25)
Pray for your unsaved friends and world
Overwhelm others with Jesus’ love and integrity, listen and meet needs
(Mat. 5:13-16, 25:31-46)
Witness- listen to their story, share your story, tell Jesus’ story-creation, sin,
cross, tomb, new heaven & earth, or hell- admit your sin, believe in Christ, call
on Him in prayer
Support Missions- Go, Give, Write, Pray (Acts 1:8)
About $30/mo will support either a 3rd world missionary or child- contact GFA, Compassion, World Vision, Samaritan’s Purse, etc.
Serve meet needs, at least 1 hr/wk- home, church, community
Attend- worship & small groups- Sunday School, Bible Study
Link-up- be a mentor, friend & disciple outside of church
(II Tim 2:2)
Tithe- Give 10% & more of God’s blessing of income
Meet the needs of the whole person, spirit, soul and body using our time, talents, money, and possessions.
(The Good Samaritan- Luke 10:25-37)