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Our Vision

The core of New Life’s Aspiration is summarised as: “meeting needs, transforming lives, restoring community”

Our Vision is that through five key areas of the church’s life we might remove any obstacle to the moving of God. And at the same time we might do all we can to realise His promise in us as His church. We are preparing to make space to grow by 20% each year.

Our Ministry is relevant to the issues we face today. You can receive teaching from the word of God that you can use at home, at work, in every day life. The Ministry is also strategically themed.

In September 2009 we launched our teaching programme, which touched on 5 key areas that underpin New Life, connecting our personal ‘hopes and dreams’ with our corporate aspiration.


Our Beliefs

We are an assembly of The Apostolic Church of Great Britain and Ireland, a charity registered in England and Wales No 284789 and Scotland No SC037835. More information can be found at

Our beliefs can be summarised as:

  1. The one true and living God who eternally exists in three persons in unity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  2. The inherent corruptness of man through the Fall; The necessity of repentance and regeneration by grace and through faith in Christ alone and the eternal separation from God of the finally unrepentant
  3. The Virgin birth, sinless life, atoning death, triumphant resurrection, ascension and continuing intercession of our Lord Jesus Christ; His second coming and millennial reign upon earth
  4. The Justification and sanctification of believers through the finished work of Christ.
  5. The baptism of the Holy Spirit for believers with supernatural signs, empowering the church for its mission in the world.
  6. The gifts of the Holy Spirit for the building up of the Church and ministry to the world.
  7. The Sacraments of Baptism by immersion and of the Lord’s Supper
  8. The divine inspiration and authority of the Holy Scriptures.
  9. Christ’s leadership of the Church through apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers, elders and deacons, for unity, maturity and growth of the church.
  10. The security of the believer as he remains in Christ
  11. The privilege and responsibility of bringing tithes and offerings to the Lord.