Welcome to New Life Video All Saints day - November 2nd

Location

249 N. Bolingbrook Drive
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
630-759-7636
Office@newlifebolingbrook.org
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News & Events

Crop Walk
Sunday, October 19

Rite of Confirmation
Sunday, November 2

New Member Congregational Luncheon
Sunday, November 16

Special Event
Living Generously

Living Generously

We have started a five-week series, Living Generously. This stewardship appeal is different as it includes a series of films that tell the story of the Donovan family as they seek to understand what it means to live the words of Jesus. Each week, you will journey with the Donovan's as they are transformed by the call of Christ. We hope you will be inspired with a new awareness of the goodness of God. You don't want to miss a single episode.

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Crop Walk

Crop Walk

Join our local community on Oct. 19 at 1 pm to walk for the CROP Hungerwalk. This 5K/1 mile walk will start and end at the Friendship United Methodist Church on Boughton Rd. If you are interested in making a personal commitment by walking and/or making a donation to a walker or the New Life team, please stop by the table in the narthex for more information. You can also sign up or donate to the New Life team on the website www.crophungerwalk.org.

Make a donation

All donations here go towards our general fund that sustains our church and powers our missions.

If you have any questions or concerns please call our office at 630-759-7636 or email: Office@NewLifeBolingbrook.org. All donations are tax deductible, so be sure to include your address when prompted.

We appreciate your generosity!

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Mark Your Calendars, Sunday, Feb. 2nd is “Souper” Bowl Sunday

On Sunday February 2nd, 2014 140 million Americans will tune in to the Super Bowl football game. There will be parties with abundant food, friendship and fellowship. At the same time, there will be people worrying about staying warm, finding shelter and a warm meal. Please join our Confirmation/Jab students as they unite with youth around the country demonstrating God’s love by loving their neighbors through the Souper Bowl of Caring.

It's a simple, yet significant act of caring for others. Drop $1 (or more) in the soup pot as you leave worship on February 2nd. Our Confirmation/Jab students are developing hearts for giving that can last a lifetime, Souper Bowl Sunday is one of the ways they are working to address hunger in our community. The money raised this year will be split between ELCA World Hunger and Power Connections.

Thank you for supporting Souper Bowl Sunday

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