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Virtual Christmas Eve Service. Celebrating the birth of our Lord and Savior.
We have lost our internet connection so we will not be live.
Happy Easter!!!!
Worship at AL Squared this morning. Love you all!
Peace to all!!
Our Communion Table this morning.
The whole family is watching!
A New Outreach of NewChurch!
We are a community of those who are quarantined or otherwise not able to attend regular church activities. We share stories, questions, & lots of humor!
United in and through the Spirit, we may be self-isolating, but we will not be alone. Join US!
Our page is United in Spirit-US
Love y’all so much!
As a died in the wool online member,I am forever grateful to be able to continue to attend though geographically separated. It’s a wonderful thing y’all do and I appreciate it more than I can say.
Wishing my Church family a happy Reformation Sunday. It was fantastic to see everyone today as always. Thought I'd offer a special prayer for us all.

Dear God,
You have set Your Son Jesus Christ as Head of the Church and Your Holy Spirit to guide her into all truth.
We give You thanks for our fathers in the faith who reformed Your Church in ages past,
and we pray that You would so guide her so that she is being continually reformed according to Your Word.
Amen.
New Church at SPCA Dallas!

We are the NEW CHURCH – the Chiesa Nuova – who gather and are gathered as an intentional, Christian community seeking to follow in the Way of Jesus.

Join us for progressive worship led by Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson every Sunday morning at 11:00 am in the Fellowship Hall (the Glory Be Hall) at Greenland Hills, UMC at 5835 Penrose Ave. Dallas, Texas. Our worship is intellectually stimulating, and emotionally inspiring. Each service includes a blend of ancient and modern worship elements and music. We celebrate the Feast of Holy Communion each week and e

Operating as usual

Grateful 11/25/2021

Grateful

Wishing you all, a truly grateful Thanksgiving Day! Blessings all around! --Jo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcHZBL89tl4

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11/07/2021

New Church Worship November 7, 2021

[11/07/21]   Okay New Church. Come on and get
Out of bed and come to church this morning. After all you got an extra hour of sleep!!! One to the sanctuary at Greenland Hills UMC at 9:00am or 11:00am where we will worship together. It’s going to be a great day of worship. And following worship you can shop at the Global Village Market for some specials gifts for you and those you love. See you soon. —Jo

Come Together: "Pick 3" - New Church 10/25/2021

Come Together: "Pick 3" - New Church

Sorry about the sound issues with yesterday's livestream. We were able to clean up the audio and you can listen to Rev. Phil Hodson's sermon here:

Come Together: "Pick 3" - New Church Weekly sermons and devotionals

New Church Worship October 24, 2021 10/25/2021

New Church Worship October 24, 2021

Sorry about the sound issues with yesterday's livestream. We were able to clean up the audio and you can watch the service here:

https://youtu.be/DM1kZ7VCTqk

New Church Worship October 24, 2021 New Church Dallas UCC Sunday morning worship led by Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson.

10/24/2021

New Church Worship October 24, 2021

Sorry about the sound issues with this live-streamed video. We were able to clean up the audio and you can watch the service here: https://youtu.be/DM1kZ7VCTqk

10/17/2021

Registration for North Texas Journey #17 at s open!

https://thenewchurch.com/journey/

Registration for North Texas Journey #17 at s open!

https://thenewchurch.com/journey/

09/26/2021

New Church Worship September 26, 2021

[09/16/21]   I hope you will join me today in pondering this thoughtful quote by Bill Bullard Jr. who was a Republican member of both houses of the Michigan Legislature and local official in Oakland County.

"Opinion is really the lowest form of human knowledge. It requires no accountability, no understanding. The highest form of knowledge . . . is empathy, for it requires us to suspend our egos and live in another’s world. It requires profound purpose larger than the self-kind of understanding."

Blessing, --Jo

Not Amen! 09/15/2021

Not Amen!

Good Morning, New Church-- I hope your week is going well. I hope you will take a moment and read this wonderful devotional from Vince Amlin. We are a praying church and Vince has a good word for us on "praying without ceasing." Have a blessed week and I hope to see you in person or "see" you online this Sunday. Many blessings, --Jo

Not Amen! I wonder if I’ve been ending all my prayers prematurely. If this isn’t what it means to pray without ceasing: to refuse to close the case until everyone can say ‘amen.’

09/12/2021

It's almost time for church! Join us in person or online at 11am. You can download today's Worship Guide, send a prayer request, and make a gift here:

https://newchurch.churchtrac.com/

It's almost time for church! Join us in person or online at 11am. You can download today's Worship Guide, send a prayer request, and make a gift here:

https://newchurch.churchtrac.com/

08/15/2021

New Church Worship August 15, 2021

08/14/2021

You know she's preaching up a storm when Jo Hudson is this expressive!

You know she's preaching up a storm when Jo Hudson is this expressive!

07/30/2021

Trying out a new coffee for Sunday mornings. Come tell us what you think.

Trying out a new coffee for Sunday mornings. Come tell us what you think.

07/11/2021

New Church Worship July 11, 2021

What We Believe About the Bible. 07/06/2021

What We Believe About the Bible.

This is worth watching, if you missed it last Sunday.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wv_S74elOMk&t=4s

What We Believe About the Bible. New Church Dallas UCC Sunday morning worship led by Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson.

[06/23/21]   Good Morning, New Church -- Just some food for thought. . . "There will be peace when we begin to love our children more than we hate our enemies." —Lebanese Citizen, quoted in the NY Times. Have a great week. I hope to see you Sunday, if not in person, then online! --Jo

[06/21/21]   Joe Biden, and EVERYONE else...you are welcome here. We celebrate the Feast of Holy Communion every Sunday and ALL are welcome. No matter who you are, where you are, what you believe, or even if you're not sure what you believe.

06/20/2021

New Church Worship June 20, 2021

06/19/2021

Today we commemorate the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, when Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas declaring the abolition of slavery two years after the Emancipation Proclamation and two months after the end of the Civil War. With their freedom, a sad chapter of the American experiment closed and another—one of optimism and promise—opened. Yet that optimism was soon tempered by the realization that although free, Black Americans continued to face racial discrimination, inequality, terror, and violence. The end of slavery was soon followed by the imposition of laws that confined many Black Americans to the status of second-class citizens. Although the slaves of Galveston were indeed free, true and lasting change would come slowly, painfully, and with several setbacks along the way.

The past few months have been stark reminders to all that the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are not guaranteed for all Americans, and that America’s journey to becoming a more perfect union is not yet complete. The killings of unarmed Black Americans by police—including George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, Breonna Taylor, Philando Castile, Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, and countless others—are horrific reminders that racial injustice, systemic racism, and police brutality continue to thrive in America. Too many Black Americans live in justified fear of law enforcement, and the disproportionate effect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Black and other minority communities reminds us of the continuing impact of social, economic, and political disparities in this country.

Celebrating Juneteenth is about honoring the past; recognizing tragedy of the deliberate delaying of our national freedom to Black Americans; the cruelty of enslavement of a people; the perseverance and dignity of oppressed and systematically abused people; and, enjoying the freedom and ability to be more.

On this day New Church celebrates Juneteenth and joins in remembering the past and celebrating the promise of a better future for us all. But to celebrate in good faith, we must not only take the day off, or attend events. We also must educate ourselves about what Juneteenth truly stands for and prepare ourselves to continue the ongoing fight for racial equity.

Today we commemorate the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, when Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas declaring the abolition of slavery two years after the Emancipation Proclamation and two months after the end of the Civil War. With their freedom, a sad chapter of the American experiment closed and another—one of optimism and promise—opened. Yet that optimism was soon tempered by the realization that although free, Black Americans continued to face racial discrimination, inequality, terror, and violence. The end of slavery was soon followed by the imposition of laws that confined many Black Americans to the status of second-class citizens. Although the slaves of Galveston were indeed free, true and lasting change would come slowly, painfully, and with several setbacks along the way.

The past few months have been stark reminders to all that the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are not guaranteed for all Americans, and that America’s journey to becoming a more perfect union is not yet complete. The killings of unarmed Black Americans by police—including George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, Breonna Taylor, Philando Castile, Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, and countless others—are horrific reminders that racial injustice, systemic racism, and police brutality continue to thrive in America. Too many Black Americans live in justified fear of law enforcement, and the disproportionate effect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Black and other minority communities reminds us of the continuing impact of social, economic, and political disparities in this country.

Celebrating Juneteenth is about honoring the past; recognizing tragedy of the deliberate delaying of our national freedom to Black Americans; the cruelty of enslavement of a people; the perseverance and dignity of oppressed and systematically abused people; and, enjoying the freedom and ability to be more.

On this day New Church celebrates Juneteenth and joins in remembering the past and celebrating the promise of a better future for us all. But to celebrate in good faith, we must not only take the day off, or attend events. We also must educate ourselves about what Juneteenth truly stands for and prepare ourselves to continue the ongoing fight for racial equity.

Here's What's New at New Church 06/19/2021

Here's What's New at New Church

Here's What's New at New Church

05/30/2021

New Church Worship May 30, 2021

05/23/2021

New Church Worship May 23, 2021

05/16/2021

New Church Worship May 23, 2021

05/16/2021

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It's almost time for church! Join us online one last time before we return to in person worship next week, May 23. (We will continue to livestream our worship each week, even after we have returned to in person worship.)

Download today's Worship Guide here:
https://thenewchurch.com/mt-content/uploads/2021/05/2021-05.16.pdf

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05/09/2021

New Church Worship May 9, 2021

05/02/2021

New Church Worship May 2, 2021

05/02/2021

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It's almost time for church! Brew a fresh pot of coffee, put on your "Sunday slippers" and join us online at 11:00am.

Download today's worship guide here:https://thenewchurch.com/mt-content/uploads/2021/05/2021-05.02.pdf

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05/01/2021
04/18/2021

New Church Worship April 18, 2021

04/11/2021

New Church Worship April 11, 2021

04/05/2021

Join us for worship online this Sunday, April 11. Register your attendance to be entered in a drawing for dinner prepared by Stephanie Hudson.

We'll either deliver dinner to you or, if you're comfortable eating together, the Hudsons (who have been fully-vaccinated) will host you in their home.

BUT YOU GOTTA COME TO ONLINE CHURCH!

Join us for worship online this Sunday, April 11. Register your attendance to be entered in a drawing for dinner prepared by Stephanie Hudson.

We'll either deliver dinner to you or, if you're comfortable eating together, the Hudsons (who have been fully-vaccinated) will host you in their home.

BUT YOU GOTTA COME TO ONLINE CHURCH!

04/04/2021

New Church Worship April 4, 2021

[04/04/21]   Jesus Christ is Risen!
Happy Easter, New Church!
--Jo

Our Story

WHY WE'RE CALLED NEW CHURCH

We take our name from the baptismal site of St. Francis of Assisi . A church is built over the site called the Chiesa Nuova, meaning, “New Church.” We claim Francis as our Patron Saint and take this as our name because we strive to be like Francis, who faithfully followed in the Way of Jesus. We also believe that God is always “doing a new thing” that we are called to be aware of and be a part of.

2013

New Church grew out of a small group of disciples who had been gathering together for fellowship and study. The group decided they wanted the study group to become a church and held their first actual worship service on Pentecost Sunday in a private home. The service was led by Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson.

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5835 Penrose Ave.
Dallas, TX
75206

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11am - 1pm
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