New Life
Anglican Church
 
We exist to glorify God by deepening the roots of our faith and bringing people to new life in Jesus Christ.
 
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Welcome to New Life Anglican Church.
We're glad you've found us on the Web and we hope you'll visit us this Sunday.
Please take a few minutes to get to know us - and then please let us know if you would like any additional information.
We are located in downtown Petoskey, Michigan, at 219 State Street.
Our Sunday services are held at 10:00 am. Nursery is provided. 
~ Who We Are ~
New Life Anglican Church is an Anglican Church of Reformed tradition in Petoskey, MI. We enjoy a deeply rooted connection with the past while striving for New Life in Christ each day.
New Life is committed to the Bible as the source of authority for the Christian and the Church. We believe that the scriptures are best read by paying attention to the context in which each book was written and the message each author intended to convey. We are a sacramental church, meeting at the Lord's Table on a weekly basis as we celebrate the communion we have with God through Christ. We are also a Holy Spirit-filled community that believes in the gifting and power of the Spirit in the lives of believers for the good of the Body of Christ.
Everything we do, from our worship to sermons, teachings, and classes, are all Christ-centered. We learn about who Jesus is and how we ought to live in light of his teachings, his sacrifice, and his resurrection from the dead.
We also strive to be a community of thinking Christians. We work to form our minds to think through the scriptures and theology as well as difficult issues we face from the world. As such, we don't shy away from difficult topics or questions and we encourage people to be asking such questions. This strengthens our own individual faith, and it makes it much easier to share the truth of the gospel with a world that has many questions. We truly believe that biblical Christianity is the worldview system that is best suited to answer life's most challenging issues.
As Anglicans, we are part of the global Anglican Communion, which is the third largest church body in the world. We are also a member church of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes and the Anglican Church in North America
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Here are some more basics about New Life Anglican . . .

  • Nursery care is offered from 10 - 11:30am during the Sunday Service.

  • Our worship services have a liturgical, yet contemporary flavor.

  • We celebrate communion every Sunday.  

  • Services typically last between 80 and 90 minutes. 

  • Sermons are Bible-based and life application-oriented. Listen to our sermons here.

  • We have a prayer team available during services to offer you a time of private prayer.

  • We offer a range of mid-week studies and programs.

Please contact the church office or look at our Calendar page for current and upcoming offerings.

Here are some of our upcoming events . . .

Again, thanks for your interest in New Life. We hope you'll come and join us soon - and if you do, please make a point of introducing yourself to me.

In Christ,

The Rev. Michael J. Bridge, Rector/Senior Pastor

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Vera Chosenko is a young lady living in Spokane, Washington, who has twice before traveled to Ethiopia to help Sharon Daly with her mission work, and will be returning to Ethiopia for a third time this November. Visit her blog at: http://chosenko.blogspot.com

Listen to the Mossy Foot Team's Mission Trip Presentation: mp3

Watch the slide show presentation on  our Missions page.

 

Anglican Perspective

A weekly 2-minute teaching video produced by the American Anglican Council. Each week, the Rev. Canon Phil Ashey, AAC Chief Operating Officer, looks at current events from an orthodox, Biblical Anglican perspective.

 
To contact us:
P.O. Box 481

Petoskey, Michigan 49770
Phone: 231.347- 3448
E-mail: office@newlifeanglican.com
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