New Life Church &
Gospel Rescue Mission
Men's Ministry at New Life is a great time for men of all ages to come together and enjoy fellowship and growing in the Lord. It is a time to know God and know His will for man. Come and develop friendships that are built on trust and the Word of God.
Men meet for discussion and prayer on the Second Saturdays of each month at 8 AM in the New Life Office. The book currently being studied is "Fight: Winning the Battles That Matter Most" by Craig Groeschel.
Our purpose is to provide opportunities for women to know Jesus Christ, experience spiritual and personal growth, build Christian friendships and share Jesus’ love through hands-on ministry teams.
The Women's Ministry is very active within the church and the community. There are plenty of opportunities to fellowship with other women and grow in love and knowledge on your Christian journey. Whether it's joining the book club, serving at Gospel Rescue Mission, or attending one of our ladies events - there is a place for you!
New Life "Westernaires" offers an opportunity for anyone 55 years of age or older to be strengthened and encouraged every day in their walk with God. There is a monthly luncheon held at various restaurants in Tucson that meets on the third Friday at 11:30 am. The group often surprises someone with a special gift or meets a special need of which they become aware.
Special thanks to Red and Joyce Milliron for organizing this time of fellowship.
We regularly donate to the East Tucson Neighborhood Food Pantry and there are various ways you can help!
The ladies of the church serve an evening meal at the Women and Children's Center of the Gospel Rescue Mission one Saturday every other month. Volunteers provide the food and others volunteer to go and serve. They are always looking for new faces to join them in this very blessed ministry!
Gospel Rescue's mission is to become the most effective life changing ministry in Tucson that serves the homeless and needy by providing for their spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental wholeness through the power of Jesus Christ. Offering shelter services, food, clothing, furniture, prayer, and much more.