Get Involved!

50 WAYS TO GET INVOLVED AT NEW CITY FELLOWSHIP

House Churches – regardless of how you connect at NCF, we encourage you to join a house church, where the primary care of God’s people for one another takes place

Nursery – ministering to kids, infants through age 4

Children’s Ministry  – ministering to kids, ages 4 through 5th grade

  • Sunday School
  • Children’s Worship

Junior / Senior High Youth – ministering to teens

Adult Education Classes

  • Discipleship classes – Core Values, Sonship and Team Ministry
  • Topical classes – parenting, etc.
  • On-going Theological Training
  • Women’s Bible Study
  • Men Mentoring Men group

J.O.Y. Group – ministering to senior citizens

Music Ministry

  • Worship Team
  • NCF Choir
  • Audio Visual Team

Hospitality Ministry 

  • Greeters / Information Desk
  • Ushers
  • Church décor
  • Hospitality Hour
  • Communion Set-up

Special Events

Diaconal Ministries – resources for those in relationship with  New City Membership

  • Food Pantry Ministry –food and toiletries for people in need at no cost
  • Auto Ministry – auto repair and servicing; auto donations
  • Stewardship Training Ministry – biblical training of our role as stewards
  • Furniture Ministry
  • Clothing and Household Goods Ministry
  • Immigrant Refugee Network – helping immigrants and refugees acclimate to our culture and navigate life in a new country

African Community Outreach – ministering to and with the Congolese and other African communities

Latino Community Outreach – ministering to and with the Latino community

International Missions – partnering with people around the world

  • Congo Restoration Network
  • New City, Kinshasa, Congo
  • New City, Nairobi, Kenya
  • New City, Lomé, Togo
  • New City Sending Agency – sending short-term missionaries  to the field
  • Burma Connection
  • Connections to other fields – London, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Uganda, First Nation

New City Networkconnecting with other New City and like-minded churches around the U.S. to spread the vision of justice and reconciliation

Counseling Services

Building and Grounds Maintenance

Website development and communications

Restore St. Louis

  • Harambee Youth Training – training and mentoring at-risk youth in a biblically-based, work-ethic environment
  • Work Day – equipping and facilitating the Metro St. Louis church body in Spirit-led deeds of justice and mercy
  • Health Connection – seeking to break down barriers to health care for the immigrant, refugee and uninsured
  • The Freedom Schoolproviding a racially and culturally diverse educational environment for students in preschool through 5th grade
  • Firm Foundation Tutoringpartnering tutors from diverse communities with academically disadvantaged children in grades kindergarten through high school
  • Inside Out Prison Ministry – ministering to those incarcerated and providing support upon their release
  • Summer Urban Missions – leading teams from around the country in week-long urban projects
  • Umetulisha Food Ministry – providing nutritious food services for a variety of RSL ministries, including Freedom School, Firm Foundation Tutoring and Harambee Summer program

For more information on these ministries and ways to connect, contact Lisa St. Pierre, lisa@ncfstl.org, (314) 726-2302 ext 229