Wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here!


New Life and the wider Episcopal Church give you many opportunities to serve God’s people inside our church family at the local, diocesan and national levels, and outside our church family in local, national and international communities. Thorough New Life, you will find numerous ways to serve and be served. And our church runs on volunteer power! Just about every parishioner volunteers in some way…from doing a reading to watching a child to hosting a coffee hour after the service to cleaning the windows! This happy fact unites our faith family in purpose and fellowship.

Altar Guild
Chalice Bearers
Special Services

Building and Property
Children’s Sunday School
Children’s Events and Activities
Youth Group

Christmas at Sea for Merchant Mariners
Clothing the Poor

  • Mitten Tree, Good Neighbors, etc.

Feeding the Poor

  • Faithfully I Serve Him (FISH) Food Pantry

Episcopal Community Services Foundation

  • Funds special projects in the Diocese of Ohio including Open M, Battered Women's shelter, housing for the homeless, meals for the poor, etc.

Episcopal Church Women
Episcopal Relief and Development   

  • Disaster relief and fighting poverty worldwide.

Meals for funerals, families in need
Military Ministry

  • USO Care Packages
  • Cards
  • Veterans

United Thank Offering

Episcopal Church Women
Meals for Parishioners
Parish Social Events
Sunday Coffee Hour

At New Life, all people are nurtured and prepared to identify and use their gifts to be God’s hands in our hurting world.

Individual members of our congregation serve people and communities through a myriad of ministries outside the church in our local communities. These ministries include providing food, clothing and money to the poor, tutoring children, participating in a variety of support groups, going on mission trips and mission events, serving as volunteers and on the boards of social service agencies, hospitals, The YMCA, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other youth organizations. You will find New Life servants at nursing homes, at the Ronald MacDonald House, in prisons and group homes. Our Stephen Ministers serve people who are members of New Life as well as those who are not. We have as many ministries outside our church as we have gifts and interests! This means that there are opportunities to join a fellow parishioner and gain both fellowship and ministry opportunities!

Adult Education
Parish Nursing
Prayer Chain
Special Programs
Stephens Ministry