New Christian Fellowship Church is filled with people just like you.
When you visit you’ll find friendly faces, practical messages and excellent ministries for every member of your family.
If you are visiting for the first time, this is our attempt to answer questions you may have about what to expect.

When are your services?

* Sunday School – Sunday’s 9:30 am
* Worship Service  – Sunday’s 11:00 am
* Prayer Service  – Wednesday 6:00 pm
* Mid-Week Bible Study – Wednesday 7:00 pm

How do I get there?

We are easy to find! We are located next to Grant Middle School on Old Lincoln Trail in Fairview Heights, Illinois. Click here for a map.

Where do I park?

We have plenty of parking space. Located next to main entrance of the church and next to Grant Middle school in front H.O.P.E Free Store.

What should I wear?

You’ll find some people wear suits or dresses, others are more comfortable in slacks or jeans. Either way is fine with us – we just want you to feel welcome here!

What can I expect for my children?

You can expect your children to be well cared for by loving, well-trained teachers committed to excellent teaching. We strive to maintain a warm, secure environment for all preschool and elementary students.


What do you believe?

We believe that Jesus is the only son of God and trusting him for salvation is the only way to receive eternal life.

For more details about what we believe, click here to go to see what we believe

Where can I serve?

•       Midweek Lifegroups

•       Men’s Ministry

•       Women’s Ministry

•       Sunday School

•       Culinary

•       Audio/Media

•       Intercessory Prayer

•       Hospitality

•       Building Maintenance

•       Security Ministry

•       Kids/Youth Ministry

How do I get to heaven?

“A” Admit you are a sinner who needs God’s forgiveness.
 “B” Believe Jesus died for your sins and rose from the dead to offer you eternal life.
 “C” Commit your life to Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior.

 “D” Pray and ask Jesus to be your Savior. Pray something similar to this:  “Dear Lord Jesus, I know I am a sinner. I know I have chosen to disobey you.  But here and now I ask you to forgive me as I repent of my sins. I believe you died on the cross for my sins. I believe you rose from the dead for me. And I ask you to save me as I commit my life to you right now as my Lord and Savior. In Jesus name. Amen.”