We are a small community of about 70 people. Attendance varies at our services, depending on the month, the weather, and/or the occasion. We have people of all ages and backgrounds. While many of us identify ourselves as Lutherans, many also come from other faith communities, some consider themselves agnostic, and some are still discovering (or undecided).

Please take a look at our FAQ page for more information!

We welcome all, regardless of age, race, religion, sexual preference, political leanings, hair color, which football or baseball team you prefer. We don’t even care which NASCAR driver you root for. In fact you might even prefer Indy cars over NASCAR and we don’t really mind.

Our Beliefs

New Creation uses a variety of statements reflecting the church season and/or the current worship theme. There is also more information on our FAQ page. Here is just one of our Statements of Faith:

We believe in God, the one who comes before us and goes behind us, creating life and opportunities to love and care for the world. We believe in Jesus Christ who walks with us into real life each day. He is God, yet human like us and experienced all life’s joys and pains and challenges like we do. But his love is so great that not sin nor suffering nor even death could stop it. Today the love of Jesus lives and continues to bring new life to the world. We believe in the Holy Spirit who comes like the wind and blows in and through us to bring God’s power and light to all the world. The Spirit breathes life into us, the body of Christ we call the church, and enables us to follow the way of Christ. We believe in God, who goes before and behind, with, in, and through us, bringing hope and life and newness to the world.  Amen.


  • Reconciliation: So then, there are no longer strangers and aliens, but we are all citizens with the saints, and members of the household of God. – Ephesians 2:19
  • Hope: Blessed be the God of our Lord Jesus Christ! By God’s great mercy we were given a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. – I Peter 1:3
  • Healing: And Peter took the crippled man by the right hand and raised him up; and immediately his feet and ankles were made strong. Jumping up, he stood and began walking and leaping and praising God. – Acts 2:7&8.


  • Serving the community and neighborhood around us with the reconciling love of God.
  • Inviting and welcoming everyone just they way they are to experience God’s reconciling love.
  • Nurturing the hunger we have within us by bringing Jesus’s table out into the marketplace, the streets of our neighborhoods.
  • Sending missionaries and ambassadors for Christ back out into the community to serve.


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