What’s a Sunday like at NVC?
Our goal is to make you feel like family at NVC. When you drive up, feel free to pick any spot you want. We have a drop-off in the front near some guest parking, as well as plenty of spaces around the building and in the overflow lot. We have a front and side entrance where you will be greeted by a volunteer, hopefully after they have had their morning coffee! Once inside, it’s your turn! Free coffee and donuts are available in the back at our café. If you have children, they can be checked-in at the front near the auditorium entrance. or, if you want to take your kids into the service, that’s great too!
During the service, feel free to use your phone for notes or the Bible, bring in your travel mug, and snag a comfy seat. You will then have the chance to connect with others, worship with the band, and hear a message from the Bible.
What Should I Wear?
This is up to you! We are pretty relaxed and diverse, so you may see shorts, button-downs, or even that denim on denim on denim look you’ve been wanting to bring back. We want you to feel welcomed and comfortable, so whatever your style is, bring it!
What if I have kids?
Bring them! We are a multi-generational church, so children have a very important place at NVC. We have volunteers standing by ready to watch and lead your children in fun and captivating worship. We have a nursery available, as well as groups for preschool and elementary.
What about during the week?
Okay, now we’re talking! Sundays are great and usually have a list of post-church events like UTH and WAVE Team Practice, but the rest of the week is jam-packed. On Mondays, Mrs. Rose leads a Physical and Spiritual Exercise class at 6:30 pm. On select afternoons, people meet together for Family Groups. We also have various events, classes, and meetings that seem to pop up throughout the week. Feel free to drop by anytime.
Just ask! Don’t be scared; we’d love to help. We can’t wait to see you!
Our Mission & Vision
Make Disciples Who Make Disciples Of All Nations
New Vision Church is a non-denomination church committed to making disciples. We strive to be multigenerational and multicultural. Come as you are on Sunday for an outgoing style of music and a unique message presentation where you can belong, be loved, and believe.
June 28, 2020: Good Grief, the Full Service + Kid Nation
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Sunday Service 10:00am
Physical and Spiritual Exercise Mondays 6:30pm
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479 Inman Road, Fayetteville, GA