Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to New Life Church and thanks for stopping by. We hope you’ll find this site helpful. Whether It’s your first time visiting this site or you have already visited New Life, we count it a privilege you have chosen to connect with us. If you’ve never visited New Life, we’d love to have you visit one of our services. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. It really would be an incredible honor to serve you.
How do I get there? You will find a map link and address in the bottom left box on our home page. Essentially, we are located approximately 3 miles Southeast of the Richmond Hill city limits. Our address is as follows: 16252 GA Hwy 144 Richmond Hill, GA 31324 . You can find a map here.
When are the services? New Life Church offers a Sunday morning worship service weekly at 10:45am. We also provide classes on Wednesday evening for children ages 5-11, youth ages 12 – 17, and adults ages 18+.
What kind of people will be there?New Life Church is a multi-cultural congregation representing a cross-section of people from the community: singles, couples, families – people who want to know God and build solid friendships.
What should I wear? You will find everything from casual clothes to business suits at our gatherings. Come in what is comfortable for you; after all Jesus wore sandals.
Where do I go when I get there? Stationed at our front doors are our Greeters. These people are there to help direct you or answer any questions. There are also signs throughout our facilities to help guide you.
What about my children? We believe your kids will love it here! We offer a fantastic and creative program for all our children. Ask one of our Greeters for assistance. Our well-equipped children facilities along with caring staff will allow you to worship “worry-free.” So what’s next? Come find out what our purpose, mission, and values are all about. Discover the answers to your questions and find the life that God has for you. You will have an opportunity to get plugged in and involved. You were made to live a life connected to God, church community and the world.