We invite you to join us on Sundays at 8:45 and 10:30 am.
Our services are designed to help you increase your awareness of God’s presence in your life, grow in your faith, and get connected with others who are seeking to follow Jesus. Before attending a service, you may have a few questions…
- What Should I Wear?
You’ll see a wide spectrum of ‘dress’ at Newport Mesa Church, and you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable
- What About My Children?
During both services, an exciting children’s ministry program (birth-4th grade) is provided in age-based classrooms. Jr. Bible Quiz (JBQ) and Teen Bible Quiz (TBQ) meet at 8:45 am only. When you enter the campus, you’ll notice signage directing you to the appropriate classroom. Upon arrival, you’ll fill out a check-in form, and your child will be given a name tag. If your child is in our Early Childhood classrooms, you’ll be given a number which can be flashed on the video screen in the main worship service if we need your assistance at any time during the morning. For the safety of your child (no matter their age), you’ll check your child out of their classroom at the end of the service. More info: Children’s Ministry
- How About My Teen?
There are three separate experiences for students in 5th/6th grade, Jr. High, and High School. The age-specific music, message, and discussion is a fun place where meaningful relationships and a solid foundation can be developed. More Information: 56, JHigh or Solid Rock High School
- What is the Music Like?
Each Sunday, a time of worship is led by a band. With the songs ranging from high-energy to reflective, the lyrics are shown on a large video screen so that you can easily follow along. Our main focus is on responding to God with thankfulness for who He is and all that He has done.
- What is the Message About?
The weekly message is focused on the truths within the Bible, and we are invited and challenged to follow Jesus in every aspect of our lives. This is an incredible time of inspiration and learning! You may be interested in watching or listening to a recent message.
- Tell Me About Prayer and Communion.
We believe prayer is a powerful way to connect with God and care for one another. During our services, there is a time when our prayer team is available to pray for anyone. Once a month, we participate in Communion, or the Lord’s Supper, as an act of worship for all believers to remember Jesus’ sacrifice for us and to symbolize the new covenant. The elements of bread and wine or juice are symbols of Christ’s broken body and shed blood. Communion is not a means of salvation. Rather, it is a testament of a believer’s faith in the atoning work of the cross.
We would love to connect with you and help you plan your visit.
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