New Year’s Eve will be a fun celebration of life and where God has brought us. We will begin at 9:30pm. Our service will begin with dancing, song selections, worship, a year in review video and the Word.
The New Year’s Eve celebration at New Life is one of the most anticipated events of the season. A few short weeks after the Christmas Banquet, members find that they have one more reason to don their best apparel. The New Year’s Eve event is a formal affair done with style and excellence. The sanctuary is transformed and the evening is filled with worship, scripture and prayer. Not only do we take time to exalt and lift up our Lord; we also celebrate and lift up one another. In the past, this event has proven to be an ideal time to showcase some of our own “in-house” talent, as well as perform a few betrothals and even announce a future project or two. If that is not enough, we’ve even been known to invite a few special guests.
Often times, the congregation has no idea what is going to happen and the night is filled with surprises that help to create an air of excitement. Throughout the evening, Pastor and the choir keep us enjoying ourselves and looking forward to more. The spirit of expectancy permeates the sanctuary in such a way that it is almost tangible. Of course, with all the new faces to be seen and the release of exciting news we can never forget the traditional things that take place on this special night. Every year we have a count down into the New Year and release hundreds of balloons at midnight. The remainder of the service is filled with singing, dancing and well wishes for the New Year.
For those who have never been we invite you to our New Years Eve celebration at New Life, you will be in for a treat. The event usually begins at nine thirty o’clock, it is free and open to the public and offers a safe, loving environment in which to bring in the New Year. What better way to start your New Year than by spending it praising the God that has the ability to give you that clean slate and make you a better person?