At New Community, there is a desired membership pathway for each person that God adds to our church. When you become part of the New Community family, we want to help you discover the next steps of your spiritual journey.
Whether you’re new to New Community, or if you’ve been attending for a while and have not become a member, the place you should begin is Starting Point! Starting Point is our 3-part series of new member classes where you will hear about our beliefs as followers of Jesus Christ, learn about our mission and vision, as well as the things that keeps us growing at New Community! Also, during Starting Point you will meet our Sr. Pastor, our Elders, and have the opportunity to meet new people. Like you, the people in Starting Point are eager to grow and get connected to the New Community family!
Starting Point is offered multiple times throughout the year (Winter, Spring, and Fall). Even if you are not sure you are ready to become a member, you are still welcome to learn about who we are! Should you audit the class and decide to join at a later time, you will not have to retake the classes.
In order to be installed as a member, you must attend all three classes, have been baptized, and receive the right hand of fellowship by the Senior Pastor.
We look forward to you joining our family! For more information, contact Minister Warren Neverson at 216-397-3392 ext. 40 or by email at Warren.Neverson@newcommunitybible.org.
New Community Bible Fellowship hosts Starting Point classes throughout the year.
For additional information regarding our starting point classes, please contact us at email@example.com.
Complete the form below to RSVP for our Online Membership Classes
that begin Sunday, September 27 at 11am.
CLICK HERE to download the New Community Application form.
Part 1 - Church Membership, Salvation, Doctrinal Statement and Baptism
Part 2 - Vision and Growth Strategy
Part 3 - S.H.A.P.E and Ministry Service
The following are the dates scheduled for New Members' Installation Presentations to the Congregation for 2020.
Presentations to the Congregation:
Sunday, October 18