At New Life Fellowship Church, it is our Vision:
To be a community of faith inviting all people to live out restored relationships with God, his people and his world.
At New Life Fellowship Church, it is our Mission:
To glorify God and make His ways known.
If you would like to learn more about our mission and core values click here.
What we believe:
The central theme of the Bible is God's love for you and the entire world. You can live in the security of God's love when you embrace Jesus by faith as the one who sets you free from sin. Then you can be confident of spending your eternity with him in his heavenly kingdom when your life here on earth comes to an end.
New Life Fellowship Church is part of the Christian Reformed Denomination. For more information about the denomination, here are some useful links:
CRCNA - Christian Reformed Church of North America (www.crcna.org)
CRWRC - Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (http://www.worldrenew.net/)
What does it mean to be Reformed?
Learn more about the reformed church (www.crcna.org/pages/reformation.cfm)
For a summary of our core beliefs see (www.crcna.org/pages/beliefs.cfm)
If you would like to learn more about what we believe click here.
Peter interned at NLF during the summer of 2015, and started serving at NLF in April of 2016 and was ordained later that year. Peter grew up near Grand Rapids, Michigan. He did a year of Bible school in Missouri, then he completed his Bachelors at Kuyper College in Grand Rapids in 2011 and his M.Div. at Calvin Theological Seminary in 2016. He worked at a Christian camp in Wisconsin teaching nature classes for many summers, and served as a youth director in Ontario. Peter is an avid reader and a self-proclaimed geek. Enjoys not only reading theology, philosophy, and history but greatly enjoys The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lord of the Rings, and Beowulf. He also enjoys a good cup of coffee and listening to vinyl records.
Chair of Council - Chris Kooman
Clerk - Ben DeRegt
Chair of Elders - Dave Jonker
Chair of Deacons - Glenda Brendl
Elders - Barb Barthel, Ben DeRegt, Tim Van Doesburg, Dan Steenbergen, Dave Jonker
Deacons - Bobby Froese, Lynette Loonstra, Glenda Brandl, Kevin Lehman, Brad Van Niejenhuis