New City Fellowship Congregations To Celebrate 5-Year Anniversary Of East Lake Campus On Sunday

Monday, November 11, 2013

The congregations of New City Fellowship at Westminster and New City-East Lake will be worshiping together on Sunday, at 11 a.m. in the auditorium of the East Lake Academy of Fine Arts, 2700 East 34th Street in East Lake, celebrating five years since the establishing of the New City East Lake worship site. 

There will be no services or Sunday School at the Glenwood or East Lake campuses, but a combined celebration at the school in East Lake with a time of worship and preaching by Pastors Kevin Smith and Jim Pickett. 

New City’s vision is to establish a cross-cultural worshiping community, centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, that produces discipled believers who become God’s instruments of grace, justice, and mercy.



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