what to expect

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services

Most services begin at 10am or 7pm with prayer and a time of corporate worship. We provide an opportunity for communion, giving of our tithes and offerings, and ministry through prayer. 

Childcare and children's ministry is available during the service, though we do encourage everyone stay together during worship.

While we follow a schedule, we also allow the Holy Spirit to guide us during our services, and sometimes that means doing things differently.

 

Expect the unexpected!

worship

During our services, we spend time in praise and worship with music and encourage everyone to participate. Coming together corporately is a powerful way to worship our God and Savior,
as well as encouraging and edifying each other.

We sing contemporary songs led by a worship team. There are flags, banners, and prophetic symbols that people are free to use during this time. Because of Covid health practices, we do moniter use of these items.

Praying in the Spirit - or praying in tongues - also occurs during worship and prayer. There may be altar calls and times for ministry if the Spirit leads - this can include laying on of hands, falling out in the Spirit, and prophecy.

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need to know

Come as you are! Feel comfortable and at home.

Don't worry about what you should wear. Some dress casual, and others dress up. Be yourself!

We have a nursery and childcare available during our services, as well as Sunday School for children under the age of 12. We encourage youths 12 and up to stay with the congregation during the teaching.

If you would like prayer or wish to talk to the Pastors, don't hesitate to speak to someone on the ministry team.

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we believe

New Castle Ministries is a non-denominational,
full-Gospel Christian Church.

We believe and operate in the gifts of the Spirit, including praying in the Spirit, prophecy, prophetic acts, and ministering to others through prayer and impartation with the laying on of hands.

Read our entire Statement of Faith here
if you would like to learn more.

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