Sunday Worship Service
We’re gathering together online at 10 a.m. every Sunday for a time of communal worship and to engage God’s word!
Watch previous sermons: http://thenewcom.com/sermons/
Weekly Prayer Gathering
Join us on Saturdays at 10am as we collectively seek God’s heart on what He desires to do in and through us as well as how we can continue to glorify Him in this season.
Emotional Health and Community Support
If you are in need of emotional and community support during this season, we have several licensed mental health providers who are generously offering to share their skills with our community. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Sharing Your Story
As you experience God’s presence in this season, we invite you to share your story– as a testament to God’s faithfulness and encouragement to the community.
Love Our Chicago Neighbors During COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the city of Chicago and its residents differently, we at New Community are committed to loving our neighbors by asking ourselves this question: “How might God be inviting us to demonstrate Christ’s love to our Chicago neighbors?” We’ve identified several specific groups of people that we want to invite our congregation to come around this season.
Bless and Be Blessed Initiative
This initiative responds to the impact of COVID-19 by establishing a system for resource sharing for NewCom and beyond. Please take a few moments to complete this questionnaire to let us know both how you can support others and how you are hoping to be supported.
Family, it is your generous giving to the finances of our church that helps NewCom continue to do the work of God in our city. Remember that you are able to give your tithes and offerings online as well as contribute to the COVID-19 Benevolence Fund.
We have reserved parking on W. Logan Blvd, designated with orange cones between N. Francisco Ave. and Sacramento Ave. Parking is also available on W. Schubert Ave., Sacramento Ave. and W. Diversey Ave. within approximately 2 blocks of our church.