New Life Episcopal Church

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

Taize at New Life Sunday, September 30, 2018

New Life will host another beautiful, interdenominational Taize Service on Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 7 P.M. Join us for 45 quiet minutes of prayer, reflection, meditation and music. The Taize service is especially meaningful for those who want to experience the presence of God without any particular denominational liturgy. The focus is only on…

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Lots of Fun at Operation Orange 2018: Photos!

On September 7, 2018 from 9-11 pm, some energetic New Lifers showed up for the Akron Canton Foodbank’s annual Operation Orange. They handled thousands of pounds of oranges and apples,  separating them into smaller bags for distribution. And they had a great time too! This volunteer opportunity is one of many outreach activities the church…

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Operation Orange @ Akron-Canton Foodbank

New Life members are grabbing family and friends to help out for Operation Orange, the sixth annual 24-hour volunteer event at the Akron-Canton Foodbank. New Life’s shift is Friday, September 7, 2018 from 9-11 P.M. If you want to join in this worthy effort for hunger relief, contact the church at 330-699-3554. New Life has…

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Taize Service to be held July 29, 2018

Many describe the unique, interdenominational Taize Service as “spiritual, not religious”.  Maybe because it is simply 45 quiet minutes of prayer, reflection, meditation and music. Come to this beautiful service on Sunday, July 29, 2018 at 7 pm at New Life. It is open to anyone wanting to experience the presence of God in a…

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Welcome to New Life!

New Life is a Christ-centered community focused on Loving, Learning, Serving, and Sharing our Faith.

We’re so glad you’ve visited us here on the web. And it’s probably no accident that God brought you to our site. New Life is an Episcopal Church that welcomes you and all people, no matter where you are in your journey of faith.

Here you will find a safe place to ponder, to question, to learn and grow. To love and be loved, learn and teach, serve and be served, and share and receive. We consider our church to be one of God’s greatest blessings to us.

Deacon’s Dismissal

Go in peace to love and serve the Lord...

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Outreach Update

Outreach Team on Track with 2018 Projects

New Life is passionate about being God’s hands and feet in the community. The Outreach Team is gearing up for fall, Thanksgiving and Christmas programs that provide practical aid to children, adults and families in need. We want to love and serve others as a reflection of God’s love, and we hope you will help us. Here are some of the things we have done or are doing.

No matter what your interest, your age, your ability or your experience, you can make a difference in the world by reaching out with us to serve others!

F.I.S.H. Food Pantry

Here are the items we are collecting for the Lake Township F.I.S.H food pantry.

September: Household Cleaning Supplies
October: Cereal
November: Canned Chicken
December: Instant Potatoes

Please put the items in the collection box in the church parlor. Thank you!

Wednesday Morning Group

The Wednesday Morning Holy Conversation Group meets weekly at 10 A.M. to pray, worship, study and really, really enjoy friendship. The group begins with prayer concerns, which become intercessions for Noonday prayers from the Book of Common Prayer. Study book discussion follows, and then those whose schedules permit enjoy lunch together at a restaurant.

The current book study is Walk in Love, Episcopal Beliefs and Practices by Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Sholb. The next book study is the just-published Tragically Transformed by Stark County’s own Kendra Wriston. It is her story of how God turned unimaginable pain into purpose. Attendance is informal. Join in any Wednesday that you can.

Loving, Learning, Serving, and Sharing our Faith