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We are up to Romans 7 in our study on Sundays. It's such a hopeful message! Through Jesus, we can each go back to the place where things went wrong and begin to take right steps again. Jesus gives us a mulligan! If you're new, you can go to the sermon page and listen to the first few messages to catch up. This book is life changing! Click this link to find the messages: /recent-sermons
Rebuilding Together Manchester takes place on Saturday, April 27. New River Church is putting together a group of volunteers lead by Brad Williams to assist on that day! Volunteers will meet (typically by 8am)at the home of a low-income resident to complete tasks in and around their home. If you would like to volunteer, please complete a waiver. All youth 17 and under must have an adult chaperone and a waiver signed by a parent.
Come celebrate the close of this wonderful year of Women's Ministry as the men of New River serve the the ladies great food and special words at our Women's Encouragement Breakfast!
Saturday, May 4 from 9am-11am at New River Church
We will enjoy great food, fellowship, words of encouragement from our elders, prayer AND will even get to make and take home a beautiful spring wreath!
The National Day of Prayer event for Manchester will be held on Thursday, May 2 at 6:30 pm in Center Memorial Park (next to Mary Cheney Library, 586 Main Street). Let us respond in unity as we come together to pray alongside others for our leaders and this nation.
The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May inviting all people to pray for our nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.
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