New Life Fellowship Church was launched in 1989 by founding pastor, Art Webb, and his wife, Carolyn.
The Church acquired the current property and original building in the same year. An 8,000 square foot building was added in 1992 to house the Daycare, New Life Child Development Center, and a K-12 School, New Life Christian Academy. A separate sanctuary building was completed in 2007.
In addition to ministering to the local community through the Daycare, School, weekly food distrubution, annual yard sale, and other services, teams from New Life helped build Church facilities in Germany and Haiti as part of short-term missions trips. The Church regularly supports missionaries and missions work in almost a dozen countries around the world and in the United States.
After serving faithfully for almost 30 years, Pastor Art retired from the Lead Pastor role in April 2019 and currently leads the School and Daycare ministries along with Carolyn.
Pastor Philip Thomas was appointed as Lead Pastor of the Church in May 2019. Along with his wife, Jejee, their passion is to see the Church built up in every way to fulfill all of God’s call and purpose. Jejee leads the Women's and Children's ministries and coordinates a number of the regular activities of the Church.
Pastor Philip has been preaching and teaching the word of God for more than 30 years in various settings. His teaching topics include marriage, parenting, money management, understanding worldviews and culture, small group ministry, worship ministry, and building the local church. He focuses on practical application of Biblical principles and personal discipleship. He is currently pursuing a doctorate (Ed.D.) in Christian Leadership at Liberty University.