303 Cameron St. • New London, Wisconsin 54961 • 920 982-4621
Living Waters Assembly of God is a light to the community with the message of the Good News of Jesus Christ. Jesus is the answer for the world today. He offers a new start through the new birth experience of being saved.
Our congregation shines through the power of the Holy Spirit in worship, witness, and prayer. It is almost impossible to have an impact on people without the power of the Holy Spirit present.
We are committed to meeting the spiritual needs of all ages. It is our vision to reach children, teens, and adults seeking to know and experience God. The above picture is an artist's drawing of our new planned facility.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: MISSIONS WEEKEND
(What are God's purposes and plan?)
Joint Banquet at Clintonville on Sat Feb 22 at 6 PM.
Sunday Feb 23 at 10 AM: Guest Missionaries at Living Waters Church
Child care and Children's Church provided.
We desire to connect with others in Jesus Christ. Fellowship meals, after-church socials, and small groups are key parts of fellowship. The congregation is friendly and enjoys shaking hands and getting to know new families and individuals. Sharing joys as well as sorrows is a necessary part of meaningful friendships.
We are a Charismatic and Pentecostal Church with a lively upbeat worship. A worship band of singers, guitars, percussion, brass, and keyboards accompany the congregation in singing. The Bible tells us that God's presence is in the praises of His people.
Feel free to submit to us your prayer request!
AG.org News & Information
Evangelist, Minister Steve Hill Passes
Assemblies of God minister and long-time evangelist, Steve Hill, who became well known as the evangelist for the Brownsville Revival (1995-2000) in Pensacola, Florida, passed away Sunday after a long battle with cancer. He was 60 years old. His memorial service will be live streamed.
Registration Deadline for AGTrust Centennial Celebration Draws Near
Space remains available for those wanting to attend the AGTrust Centennial Celebration, April 10-11, 2014, in Hot Springs, Arkansas. However, the deadline for hotel registration is March 16 with event registration closing on April 1.
This Week in AG History --- March 11, 1916
Through the ministry efforts of early ministers, evangelists and churches, many Mexicans were won to the Lord in the early 1900s. Those efforts not only paid dividends in Mexico, today more than 20 percent of all U.S. AG churches are Hispanic. Read John Preston's 1916 article encouraging this ministry along with other articles by Frank Bartleman, Mrs. G. N. Eldridge and many others in this historic Pentecostal Evangel.
NGM's Coins for Kids Project Blesses Venezuela Orphanage
The Assemblies of God National Girls Ministries Coins for Kids project raised more than $206,000 for missionaries Gary and Patricia Heiney and their orphanage in Venezuela.
Changing Times May Make Traditional Households a Minority
A look at the changing landscape of how people in the United States view and define terms such as "family" and "marriage."