"In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven." —Matthew 5:16

Mission: Reaching out to those in need.

Method: Building friendships with youth, families, and entire communities in order that God might be seen and valued through our example.

What to Expect: Simple interaction with the groups we are touching. Being imitators of Christ by serving.

Organizations: New City Church will be working alongside another organizations:

Khalsa Sports Club - A free field hockey league made up of Indians and other ethnic minorities. We will meet several times throughout the year, usually once per quarter.

Home of Loving Faithfulness -A home which provides Hong Kong children and adults, who have mild to multiple disabilities, a better quality of life in a Christian and family setting.

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God did not create us to live life alone. We believe God desires for us to live in community with other people.

Below are New City Church’s life groups that are currently meeting:

College & Career (Tai Shui Hang)
When: 8:00pm Fridays
Where: Tai Shui Hang Village 
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Bible Study (Tai Wai) 
When: 7:30pm Wednesdays (biweekly)
Where: Festival City Clubhouse B
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At New City Church, the spiritual life and development of kids are major priorities. We desire to teach kids about God’s love in relevant, unique ways.

We have environments designed for specific age groups with a team of loving volunteers who see Kid City as less daycare and more ministry opportunity. Please meet the Kid City teachers outside the chapel during Community Time. The teachers will bring the children back to the chapel at the end of the sermon.