Grace makes unity. 

In him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether on earth or in heaven, making peace by the blood of his cross.
— Colossians 1:19-20
 
 

We live in a divided world...

The Bible says the reason for this - and the root of all human hostility - is our alienation from God (Eph. 2:12). But the good news of Christianity is that Jesus came to reconcile us to God and one another. He did this by sacrificing his life, selflessly dying to make peace with sinners. Read that again. Jesus died to restore the relationship our sin ruins. And he went even further, transforming former enemies into disciples from every tribe, tongue and nation. Through this unconditional act - what Christians call grace - he made one new people (the church) created to be "ambassadors of reconciliation" (2 Cor. 5:18-20). 

Our Vision: New City Fellowship is a cross-cultural church family where the nations are unified in the grace of Jesus Christ. 

Our prayer is that God might establish a Christ-centered, cross-cultural church in Northeast Dallas. We long to see our neighbors encounter the living God and mature in the knowledge of Jesus Christ. We long to see men, women and children find peace with God and one another across racial, social and economic divisions. We long to see a community form where justice and mercy, intimacy and dependency, joy and worship overflow from the church into our neighborhood, city and the world. In short, we long to see God establish a church that embodies redemptive unity, a beautiful taste of God's coming global kingdom. 

Our Commitments: We envision a church that makes lifelong disciples of Jesus, loves neighbors near and far, and celebrates the grace of God through diverse cultural expressions of worship. 

Through partnerships with area churches, nonprofits and organic relationships in the community, God has given us a unique opportunity to gather refugees and Americans, rich and poor, young and old into a this new Christian community. 

If you would like to learn more about this unique family God is bringing together, please contact Robbie. He would love to treat you for tea or coffee to hear how God might be calling you to join us! 

 
 
Christian love is not based on mutual attraction...but a love that overcomes division and reconciles contraries and brings into communion those who have nothing in common save the fact that Christ gave himself for them.
— George S. Hendry