Local Outreach


 

Blessing and discipling the unchurched in Hampton Roads.


Our goal is to see every house in Hampton Roads hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ and know Him. We partner with other ministries and non-profit organizations to increase the effectiveness of our efforts and follow Jesus’ commandment in the Great Commission to, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you.”

 

Dream Center


The Dream Center is a program-based missional initiative designed to help the disenfranchised, activate the church, and build a bridge for those for outside of the church to discover Jesus. The initial program of the Dream Center is the Good Samaritan Project (GSP). It’s a mentorship program designed to serve the homeless community in the areas of Mentoring, Housing and Employment.

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Food Pantry
Life Enrichment Center

Life Enrichment Center


An outreach ministry of New Life, the Life Enrichment Center (LEC) opened in September 2003. The LEC seeks to provide educational, social, cultural, and spiritual enrichment to children, youth, and adults in underserved communities throughout Hampton Roads. Students reading below their grade level receive literacy-based computer lessons. Tutors are matched with one student, one hour a week, for the academic year.

Volunteer with the LEC

“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations…”

Matthew 28:19

Netcasters Food Pantry


New Life provides a food ministry to the community from our pantry facilities at the Deep Creek campus. We are open every fourth Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Exact dates often vary during the holiday season. If you’d like to donate non-perishable items, you can drop it off at any of our campuses during office hours. If you’d like to volunteer or get involved, please email LaTaunja Johnson at: [email protected]

Food Pantry

Kids Hope USA


One simple thing will make a big difference in the life of an at-risk child: one-on-one, positive attention from a responsible, caring adult. Kids Hope develops these one-on-one relationships through the creation of church-school partnerships that pair church members with at-risk kids. Our mentors spend just one hour per week, reading, talking, playing and listening to a child at school. By helping the child feel loved and valued, they help that child to learn, grow and succeed. To get involved, email Cheryl Muniz at: [email protected]