New Life Episcopal Church

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

Blessing of the Animals October 4, 2020

New Life’s third service since reopening September 20 was an outdoor Blessing of the Animals service. Typically the most fun service of the year, the celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi honors God’s creatures and creation. Click on the link below to see a gallery of photos from the event. God Bless…

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All Groups and March 15 Sunday Service Canceled Due to Coronavirus

Special Notice Covid-19

March 12, 2020 Beloved in Christ, These are difficult times, when many people are in danger of contracting the coronavirus COVID-19. There is already a case in Canton at Mercy Medical Center. For your safety, we have decided to cancel our Sunday service at 10 A.M. on March 15. This also precludes coffee hour and anything…

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Canton Repository: Bond New Rector at New Life Episcopal

See the article posted online about The Rev. Dr. Barbara Bond becoming New Life’s Priest-In-Charge. The Rev. Barbara Bond has been appointed as priest-in-charge of New Life Episcopal Church at 13118 Church Ave. NW, effective March 1. Bond retired in 2016 after 10 years as rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Canton. Following retirement,…

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Rev. Dr. Barbara Bond Named Priest-In-Charge at New Life

The Rev. Dr. Barbara Bond has been called as Priest-In-Charge of New Life Episcopal Church in Uniontown, Ohio effective March 1, 2020.  Bond retired in 2016 after 10 years as Rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Canton, Ohio. The energetic priest immediately took on a one-year post as Interim Rector at St. Andrew’s Episcopal…

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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...

Josh Butler

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Serving Others

Impacting Lives in our Community

New Life is passionate about being God’s hands and feet in the community. Our Outreach Team organizes numerous programs which serve children, adults and families in need in our local community and beyond. We also host fabulous social events for adults with different abilities. We show appreciation to local emergency responders and social workers. And so much more! We want to love and serve others as a reflection of God’s love, and we give you opportunities to do that too! 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

New Life works with Lake Township FISH to help our neighbors who face food insecurity. In the second half of 2019, we are collecting:

July: Shampoo
August: Fruit Juice
September: Cleaning Products
October: Cereal
November: Crackers
December: Instant Potatoes

Check here learn more about FISH or make additional donations!

Wednesday Morning Group

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

Recent book studies include Walk in Love, Episcopal Beliefs and Practices by Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Sholb and Tragically Transformed by Stark County’s own Kendra Wriston. Attendance is informal. Join in any Wednesday that you can. Visitors welcome! A once a month evening group is also available for those unavailable during the day. Contact the church office for details!

Loving, Learning, Serving, and Sharing our Faith