Christ told us two things above all others: to teach and to love. We teach by following His command to make disciples of all nations and we love by showing charity to everyone without exception. That is why New Calling believes that ministry doesn't just take place within the four walls of its church, but in society and with every act each Christian makes. These programs are just some of the things New Calling and its members are doing in the local community to try to bring Christ to those hearts who are hurting.

The Fish and Loaves project is the flagship of our church's community ministry. Every month the church collects names of families in need and chooses one family to receive a week's worth of groceries, including packs of meat and hygiene items. New Calling is feeding more hungry families every month and with your help, we could aid much more!

If you need help from Fish and Loaves or would like to get in touch with the program leaders to get involved, please click here and ask about the Fish and Loaves project.


New Calling also regularly partners with local businesses in the community to provide activities for the local youth. Among other things, New Calling is known as the "gaming church," because unlike some other churches, we embrace youth movements surrounding video and table-top gaming. Games of interest to our members, in particular, include Magic: the Gathering, Dungeons and Dragons, and Elder Scrolls.

If you or a loved one would like to get in on the action, feel free to contact the church by clicking here and asking about the "gaming church."

Several Old and New Testament Saints spoke truth to power, even when it was dangerous. As responsible American citizens, New Calling believes that Christian values and the right to exercise those values have a place in the public square. That's why our members take part in Christian advocacy, regularly petitioning our government representatives and agencies to respect the sanctity of life and the free exercise of religion. New Calling is a 501-C3 organization, which is why it cannot take part in elections, but it can organize its members to advocate for first amendment rights.

Projects that New Calling frequently engages in include the writing and signing of open letters, group-letter writing, and annual advocacy trips to our state capital to meet with our state representatives. If you would like to get involved with any of these programs, please click here and ask about speaking truth to power.