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New City Church

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Good afternoon. Does this church or does it not have any type of young adult/singles ministry? If so, when and where does it meet exactly? Thanks for the assistance and have a great day. :)
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06/18/2021

Writer Pete Scazzero says it's impossible to be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature. We're discussing this idea of emotional intelligence and how it coincides with our spiritual lives within our Sunday messages and in our community groups this month. Our series on emotional intelligence continues this Sunday. We'd love to have you join us at 9:15 or 11am in person or online. If you missed the first message in this series, it's available in our app and on our website.

Writer Pete Scazzero says it's impossible to be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature. We're discussing this idea of emotional intelligence and how it coincides with our spiritual lives within our Sunday messages and in our community groups this month. Our series on emotional intelligence continues this Sunday. We'd love to have you join us at 9:15 or 11am in person or online. If you missed the first message in this series, it's available in our app and on our website.

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Today, we're sharing a neighboring story with you from someone in our community . . .

"If you have spent any time at New City in the past few years you surely would have heard talk about “neighboring.” My wife Lindsy and I would hear these messages and mostly move on with our lives, not really applying much of it to our actual neighbors.

In April of last year, we moved to a new house, which meant new neighbors and new opportunities. This move inspired us to think of our neighbors more, although it proved tough when Covid protocols say you can't talk to your neighbors. We began a relationship with our next door neighbors. We prayed for them as their 5-year-old grandson fought and ultimately lost his fight with leukemia.

My brother and sister-in-law, who live in Houston, are a wonderful example of Christianly neighboring. In their neighborhood they knew everyone, and everyone knew them. They looked out for each other, partied together, drank together, and loved each other.

After a visit with them, Lindsy and I talked about how amazing neighboring was and how badly we wanted that. This lit a fuse in us. We wanted our neighborhood to look like what we had experienced at my brother's home. We baked 20 pumpkin pies and delivered them to all our neighbors’ houses for Thanksgiving. This didn’t lead to much. But it was a start. And it really grew our hearts.

With Covid slowing down, having the opportunity to get vaccinated, and a baby just a few weeks away, we decided to make a big push before we were locked in the house covered in baby vomit.

We bought 160 hot dogs and 100 beers. Then we printed out invitations for all 32 houses in our neighborhood. We hung them on the doors and nervously anticipated the weekend of awkwardly meeting the people we live near. We moved all our chairs from the backyard to the front yard, dragged the grill to the curb, put the fire pit front and center in the driveway, and brought out a TV with some sports on. . . . "

Read the rest on our blog. https://www.newcityabq.org/blog/summer-ideas-for-neighboring

post - new city church If you have spent any time at New City in the past few years you surely would have heard talk about “neighboring.” My wife Lindsy and I would hear these messages and mostly move on with our lives, not really applying much of it to our actual neighbors.   In April of last year, we

06/07/2021

You’re invited to join us for our next Engage Day on Saturday, June 12th. We want to be a blessing to our neighbors, and make sure our space is welcoming to all. We’ll be meeting at 4700 San Mateo Blvd from 9am-1130am to work on cleaning up the grounds and outside of the property. There will be jobs big and small - everyone is invited! Elementary age kids and teens are welcome to serve alongside parents. Sign up here: https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/335/responses/new

📷 @segurafamilyshooters

You’re invited to join us for our next Engage Day on Saturday, June 12th. We want to be a blessing to our neighbors, and make sure our space is welcoming to all. We’ll be meeting at 4700 San Mateo Blvd from 9am-1130am to work on cleaning up the grounds and outside of the property. There will be jobs big and small - everyone is invited! Elementary age kids and teens are welcome to serve alongside parents. Sign up here: https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/335/responses/new

📷 @segurafamilyshooters

06/03/2021

Here's a reason to celebrate . . . in-person Kids' City is now open for elementary-aged students beginning this Sunday, June 6!

It's helpful for us for you to pre-register your kids before service at this link: https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/337/responses/new

p.c. The Segura Family Shooters

Here's a reason to celebrate . . . in-person Kids' City is now open for elementary-aged students beginning this Sunday, June 6!

It's helpful for us for you to pre-register your kids before service at this link: https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/337/responses/new

p.c. The Segura Family Shooters

05/31/2021

Today we remember and honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Join us in prayer for the friends and families who have lost loved ones.

Today we remember and honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Join us in prayer for the friends and families who have lost loved ones.

05/25/2021

Kids City Summer Fun

😎 Who's ready for some Kids' City Summer Fun?

😎 Grab your Walkman and all-things-neon because this summer we are taking a tubular trip through the early church and we want you to join us! For the first three weeks, starting June 7th, we will supply your family with everything that you need to enjoy this totally rad adventure at home. Then, on June 26th, we are inviting your kids to join us at New City Church for an 80's-themed wrap party.

😎 Get all the details and sign up to be a part of the fun here: https://www.newcityabq.org/blog/kids-city-summer-fun

05/22/2021

Need some refreshment from God? So do we! Join us tomorrow as we begin our next series. We meet in person and online at 9:15 or 11am. And there’s an extra online service at 6:40pm.

Need some refreshment from God? So do we! Join us tomorrow as we begin our next series. We meet in person and online at 9:15 or 11am. And there’s an extra online service at 6:40pm.

05/19/2021

Turquoise Table

Let's be front yard people instead of backyard people and then watch what God does. We want to hear your neighboring stories! Send us a DM and tell us about them.

05/15/2021

What do the loosened COVID rules mean for Sunday mornings at New City Church?

I want you to know what to expect during our in-person gatherings this weekend. Our online gatherings will remain the same. As most New Mexicans have now heard, the COVID restrictions are beginning to be rolled back.

We are glad about these positive changes and what they mean for our future. Right now some people are saying, “Let’s go” while other people are saying, “Oh, no.” I want you to know that we are not going to go crazy and ignore all safety measures or thoughtfulness of people within our gatherings.

We will be following the guidance given by the CDC and the State of New Mexico and no longer require masks or distancing for vaccinated people at New City. Our Kids’ City will still require masks to be in accordance with local schools.

From the first day of the pandemic, we have encouraged everyone at New City to embrace the love of their neighbor.  Please continue wearing masks if you have not been vaccinated or just prefer to keep wearing one. Either way is okay, you will be respected.

This has been a long season of change. What has remained the same is that we are united on mission at New City.

This Sunday, I am wrapping up our “How to B.L.E.S.S Your Neighbor” series. You will be encouraged, it is going to be a great week. See you there.

Nate Bush
Lead Pastor
New City Church

What do the loosened COVID rules mean for Sunday mornings at New City Church?

I want you to know what to expect during our in-person gatherings this weekend. Our online gatherings will remain the same. As most New Mexicans have now heard, the COVID restrictions are beginning to be rolled back.

We are glad about these positive changes and what they mean for our future. Right now some people are saying, “Let’s go” while other people are saying, “Oh, no.” I want you to know that we are not going to go crazy and ignore all safety measures or thoughtfulness of people within our gatherings.

We will be following the guidance given by the CDC and the State of New Mexico and no longer require masks or distancing for vaccinated people at New City. Our Kids’ City will still require masks to be in accordance with local schools.

From the first day of the pandemic, we have encouraged everyone at New City to embrace the love of their neighbor.  Please continue wearing masks if you have not been vaccinated or just prefer to keep wearing one. Either way is okay, you will be respected.

This has been a long season of change. What has remained the same is that we are united on mission at New City.

This Sunday, I am wrapping up our “How to B.L.E.S.S Your Neighbor” series. You will be encouraged, it is going to be a great week. See you there.

Nate Bush
Lead Pastor
New City Church

05/12/2021

BLESS KIT

No matter how this past year has gone for you, one thing is certain, women need community more than ever! The B.L.E.S.S kit is designed to help you host your own gathering of friends, coworkers, acquaintances, or neighbors. We have an entire guide on preparing, hosting, and follow up for your gathering along with this video of some our ladies using the conversation starters. Register for your B.L.E.S.S Kit or grab the digital version here: https://www.newcityabq.org/blog/womens-bless-kit

Photos from New City Church's post 05/09/2021

We'll be honoring all women in our gatherings today. We'd love to have you join us online or in-person.

05/06/2021

Help us open Kids' City by volunteering with our children. Your service to our families could potentially be life-changing! If you are able to volunteer just once a month, check out this link: https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/299/responses/new

Help us open Kids' City by volunteering with our children. Your service to our families could potentially be life-changing! If you are able to volunteer just once a month, check out this link: https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/299/responses/new

04/24/2021

We're looking forward to gathering to worship Jesus this weekend! Join us in person at 9:15 or 11am or online at 9:15, 11am, or 6:30pm.

On Monday and Tuesday, our staff and elder teams will be deciding how the relaxed restrictions impact our Sunday morning gatherings. We will continue Covid-safe practices as well as online services. Looking forward to connecting with you soon!

📷 @segurafamilyshooters

We're looking forward to gathering to worship Jesus this weekend! Join us in person at 9:15 or 11am or online at 9:15, 11am, or 6:30pm.

On Monday and Tuesday, our staff and elder teams will be deciding how the relaxed restrictions impact our Sunday morning gatherings. We will continue Covid-safe practices as well as online services. Looking forward to connecting with you soon!

📷 @segurafamilyshooters

04/13/2021

Engage Day is this Saturday, April 17. Join us for an Earth Day clean-up at Mission Avenue Elementary. We’ll be serving outdoors working on the school garden, weeding, sweeping, and making the school grounds look beautiful. This will be a family-friendly and covid-safe opportunity to serve. Get all the details and sign up to attend on our website or app. https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/318/responses/new

📷 The Segura Family Shooters

Engage Day is this Saturday, April 17. Join us for an Earth Day clean-up at Mission Avenue Elementary. We’ll be serving outdoors working on the school garden, weeding, sweeping, and making the school grounds look beautiful. This will be a family-friendly and covid-safe opportunity to serve. Get all the details and sign up to attend on our website or app. https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/318/responses/new

📷 The Segura Family Shooters

04/11/2021

We can't wait to see you today! We're so excited to begin our new series "B.L.E.S.S."
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Join us Sundays ONLINE (9:15am, 11am, 6:30pm. or 8:30pm) or IN-PERSON (9:15am or 11am) for one of our gatherings.
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Join here: https://newcityabq.online.church/
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pc The Segura Family Shooters

We can't wait to see you today! We're so excited to begin our new series "B.L.E.S.S."
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Join us Sundays ONLINE (9:15am, 11am, 6:30pm. or 8:30pm) or IN-PERSON (9:15am or 11am) for one of our gatherings.
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Join here: https://newcityabq.online.church/
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pc The Segura Family Shooters

04/08/2021

We are excited to announce that we are opening in-person Kids’ City for ages 2 through preK on the weekend of April 11th! Due to limited capacity, we ask that you register your children for the service time you will be attending. Registration will open each Thursday at 9:00am on the New City website and app. You can also get more details about the process and procedures on our website and app. We are so looking forward to welcoming kids in person! https://www.newcityabq.org/blog/kids-city-is-opening

We are excited to announce that we are opening in-person Kids’ City for ages 2 through preK on the weekend of April 11th! Due to limited capacity, we ask that you register your children for the service time you will be attending. Registration will open each Thursday at 9:00am on the New City website and app. You can also get more details about the process and procedures on our website and app. We are so looking forward to welcoming kids in person! https://www.newcityabq.org/blog/kids-city-is-opening

04/07/2021

On April 11th we start a new series that will give you 5 practices that will bless others in your life. You don't want to miss it!

On April 11th we start a new series that will give you 5 practices that will bless others in your life. You don't want to miss it!

04/04/2021

Happy Resurrection Day! He has risen indeed! We can't wait to connect with so many of you today. Baptisms are happening during our services today. Let's celebrate Jesus & new life together.

In-person and online services are at 9am, 10:15am, and 11:30am. Please save your seat if you'll be attending in person. https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/320/responses/new

**photo from Easter 2019

Happy Resurrection Day! He has risen indeed! We can't wait to connect with so many of you today. Baptisms are happening during our services today. Let's celebrate Jesus & new life together.

In-person and online services are at 9am, 10:15am, and 11:30am. Please save your seat if you'll be attending in person. https://newcityabq.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/320/responses/new

**photo from Easter 2019

04/03/2021

A SILENT SATURDAY DEVOTION

“So because of the Jewish day of Preparation, since the tomb was close at hand, they laid Jesus there.”John 19:42

Today marks the end of Holy Week. We began the week with shouts of “Hosanna!” and “The Lord Saves!” Tomorrow we will lift our voices once again as we proclaim together that Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! But for now we find ourselves in the silence of the space in-between.

Holy Saturday occupies the space between Good Friday and Easter, between death and the new life of resurrection. It is a place of uncertainty, a place of unknowing. It is a place so hidden by the veil of mystery that even the scriptures are silent on this day.

The verse above is the final word in John’s gospel about the events of Good Friday. The very next verse is just before dawn on Easter Sunday. But in between there is nothing, only silence. And it’s not just John’s gospel that is silent on Saturday. Matthew, Mark, and Luke also having nothing to say on the day in between the crucifixion and the resurrection. They too are silent.

It’s difficult for us to really experience Holy Saturday because we already know how the story ends. We know that when we rush to the tomb in the morning it is going to be empty! We know that for God death is not the end and so we know that tomorrow we will not find Jesus among the dead for Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!

And so it’s hard for us not to just skip over Holy Saturday. But I think that if we’re honest with ourselves we would find that we all live, from time to time, in Holy Saturday. We all live in that space between death and resurrection, between fear and hope, between pain and comfort. Holy Saturday is the valley of grief and uncertainty, and at some point in our lives we all come to know that valley well.

That’s how it was for Jesus’ disciples on the first Holy Saturday. We all know that the story isn’t over yet. We all know that it has a happy ending with the greatest twist of all time. We all know the resurrection is just on the other side of this darkness, just through this cold valley, but the disciples didn’t have the luxury of that knowledge. For them, their hopes died on Friday when their friend and teacher cried, “It is finished!” and breathed his last. For those men and women who had followed Jesus, Holy Saturday was filled with grief, fear, and uncertainty as they wondered if the cross might be their fate as well.

Yet, beneath the surface, God was at work. In the tomb, unwitnessed and shrouded in the veil of silence, God was working. New life was emerging. In the bulb, there is a flower. In death, resurrection. The disciples didn’t know this yet. But still, God was quietly working.

Take some time today to sit in the valley. In the busyness of life, find a few moments to spend in silence and consider the following questions for spiritual reflection:

• What is open and uncertain in my life?

• Where am I grieving? What losses am I living with?

• What are my “what next” questions?

• How am I living with uncertainty?

• Where am I experiencing God in the interim time?



A Prayer for Holy Saturday:

God of the cross and of the resurrection and of the spaces in between,

Help us to live with uncertainty, and not knowing.

Give us patience with the unsettled future.

Help us to sense your comforting presence even in the shadow of the valley.

Help us to rest in the assurance that you are at work even in the silence and places hidden from our view.

May that assurance strengthen us and inspire us to do what we can to be agents and apostles of hope on this Holy Saturday.

Amen.

A SILENT SATURDAY DEVOTION

“So because of the Jewish day of Preparation, since the tomb was close at hand, they laid Jesus there.”John 19:42

Today marks the end of Holy Week. We began the week with shouts of “Hosanna!” and “The Lord Saves!” Tomorrow we will lift our voices once again as we proclaim together that Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! But for now we find ourselves in the silence of the space in-between.

Holy Saturday occupies the space between Good Friday and Easter, between death and the new life of resurrection. It is a place of uncertainty, a place of unknowing. It is a place so hidden by the veil of mystery that even the scriptures are silent on this day.

The verse above is the final word in John’s gospel about the events of Good Friday. The very next verse is just before dawn on Easter Sunday. But in between there is nothing, only silence. And it’s not just John’s gospel that is silent on Saturday. Matthew, Mark, and Luke also having nothing to say on the day in between the crucifixion and the resurrection. They too are silent.

It’s difficult for us to really experience Holy Saturday because we already know how the story ends. We know that when we rush to the tomb in the morning it is going to be empty! We know that for God death is not the end and so we know that tomorrow we will not find Jesus among the dead for Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!

And so it’s hard for us not to just skip over Holy Saturday. But I think that if we’re honest with ourselves we would find that we all live, from time to time, in Holy Saturday. We all live in that space between death and resurrection, between fear and hope, between pain and comfort. Holy Saturday is the valley of grief and uncertainty, and at some point in our lives we all come to know that valley well.

That’s how it was for Jesus’ disciples on the first Holy Saturday. We all know that the story isn’t over yet. We all know that it has a happy ending with the greatest twist of all time. We all know the resurrection is just on the other side of this darkness, just through this cold valley, but the disciples didn’t have the luxury of that knowledge. For them, their hopes died on Friday when their friend and teacher cried, “It is finished!” and breathed his last. For those men and women who had followed Jesus, Holy Saturday was filled with grief, fear, and uncertainty as they wondered if the cross might be their fate as well.

Yet, beneath the surface, God was at work. In the tomb, unwitnessed and shrouded in the veil of silence, God was working. New life was emerging. In the bulb, there is a flower. In death, resurrection. The disciples didn’t know this yet. But still, God was quietly working.

Take some time today to sit in the valley. In the busyness of life, find a few moments to spend in silence and consider the following questions for spiritual reflection:

• What is open and uncertain in my life?

• Where am I grieving? What losses am I living with?

• What are my “what next” questions?

• How am I living with uncertainty?

• Where am I experiencing God in the interim time?



A Prayer for Holy Saturday:

God of the cross and of the resurrection and of the spaces in between,

Help us to live with uncertainty, and not knowing.

Give us patience with the unsettled future.

Help us to sense your comforting presence even in the shadow of the valley.

Help us to rest in the assurance that you are at work even in the silence and places hidden from our view.

May that assurance strengthen us and inspire us to do what we can to be agents and apostles of hope on this Holy Saturday.

Amen.

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6300 San Mateo Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM
87109
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