New Covenant Christian Church

A Messianic Torah Observant Congregation

    "Enter His gates with thanksgiving, and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him; bless His name.”        Psalm 100:4

 April 20 , 2019

Church Elders: James Morel, Pastor and George Weeks Elder in Training: Tom Tremblay , Rob Elliot


Intercessory Prayer meets on Tuesday mornings from 7:30 – 8:30 A.M. at the church. All are welcome.      Please feel free to call the church or Kathie at 528-8505 with any immediate or emergency prayer requests.

For My house will be called a house of prayer …” Isaiah 56:7

Those desiring prayer may request it in one or more of the following ways:

Prayer Chain: Immediate prayer for emergency situations. It may be activated by Kathie @ 528-8505.

General Prayer Request: These are prayer requests placed on the prayer list & prayed for at Tuesday morning prayer. They are also inserted into the bulletin for continual prayer by the church until no longer needed.

Personal and Confidential: Fill out a prayer request form which can be found on the back side of the Prayer Bulletin. Fill it out and leave it in the offering plate. It can remain anonymous if you prefer.

Sabbath Prayer: Prayer is offered at the end of each Sabbath Service

Please take the time to visit our webpage. If you use it as your home page you will be made aware of any changes in our church schedule, cancellations, etc. in a timely manner.

We also offer several booklets to help better understand the teachings of our church.

Torah Portions/w Haftarah and Brit Chadasha Readings


PESACH ..  TORAH : EXODUS 12:21-51| PROPHETS : JOSHUA 3:5-7, 5:2-6:1, 6:27| GOSPEL : JOHN 19:31-20:1

****  Family potluck after church Saturday the 20th. Each family to bring a hot dish to share or a salad and dessert. ****

Passover is from sundown on April 20th to sundown on April 21st.We are encouraging people to celebrate Passover in their homes.If you would like help or suggestions for your celebration, Pastor Morel has Passover Seder booklets available. 

Pastor Morel & Pam will be away on vacations from April 27th through May 3rd. If you have any pastoral needs please contact George Weeks, Tom Tremblay or Rob Elliott

Our dear brother, Gerard Towle went to be with the Lord on April 11th.Please be lifting Cheryl and her family in prayer.There will be a Military Funeral at the Veterans Cemetery in June.We will keep you posted of any changes or details.

The Womens' Bible study Tuesdays 10:30-noon


Mid Week Meeting – there is a mid-week meeting here on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 – 8:30PM.        All are welcome.     Pastor Jim 



Nursery is available for newborns through two years of age. A volunteer is scheduled during the message/sermon portion of our service. As always, when more assistance is needed there are people who step in to assist. Parents of these children may supervise their child in the Nursery Room during worship, when needed. This room is also available to nursing Moms. 


Parents: Please monitor your child’s activity following the service. Also, we ask that you do not allow them outside unattended.The parking lot can be extremely dangerous and busy at times.

Praise God for: our Minstrels and Worship Team as they devote their hearts and time to leading us into the worship of our Lord God; our Children’s Church Teachers and Nursery Caregivers who help mold the minds of our children; our Deacons who care for the sanctuary and the prayer needs of our Body, and the Elders who pray for and guide us.

Please take the time to visit our webpage. If you use it as your home page you will be made aware of any changes in our church schedule, cancellations, etc. in a timely manner.


“Enter His gates with thanksgiving, and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him; bless His name.” Psalm 100:4

Prayer Needs

Pray for peace in Israel.

Be in prayer for the Lakes Region, and especially that God would set captives free.

Be in prayer for our civil government so that we can live in peace.

Pray for our church leaders and our church ministries/ ministry heads.

Pray for our mid-week meetings in Laconia.

Pray for a great outpouring of God’s spirit on all flesh.Joel 2:28, Acts 2:17

Pray for those in the church who are self-employed and experiencing a shortage of work due to the poor economy. Pray also for those who are out of work or have only part time work.

Pray for marriages within the Body of Christ, that God would protect and restore those that have fallen under the attack of the enemy.Pray against the powers and principalities that are injuring marriages.

Those in need of prayer please call 528-8083 to make your needs known.

If you have any prayer needs, please fill in a prayer request form which is located on the back side of the bulletin prayer list.


Personal Prayer needs ……...

“And the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he has committed sins, they shall be forgiven him.Confess your faults to one another that we shall be healed.The effectual prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” James 5: 15, 16

Continuing prayer needs

  Kimber Dolloff – Kimber has finished both her chemotherapy and her radiation treatments. Continue to pray for the Lord’s healing and strengthening.

  Kim Tremblay and Tessa and Anya – have all been diagnosed with Lyme disease. Pray for healing in each of their lives.

  Ken and Ellen Braley’s niece, Ginger – she began her chemotherapy treatment this past week for pancreatic cancer at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Please keep her in prayer. Pray also Ken’s sister, Melva, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Pray for peace for Ken’s family. Pray for healing for Ken’s good friend, Ned, who is undergoing treatment for cancer.

Madeline LaFlam’s husband, Larry -- continue to lift him in your prayers.

Gerard Towle -has gone to be with the Lord. Pray for Cheryl, for the Lord’s strength and peace as she adjusts to these new changes in her life without Gerard.

George Weeks – he continues to have issues with pain in his foot. Pray for his complete healing. Pray also for their two grandchildren, Nick and Johanna, who both have Type I Diabetes.

Jim and Pam Morel’s grandson, Brayden - continue to lift him in prayer.

Jamie, a young friend of Pastor Jim – he is incarcerated. Keep him in prayer. Also there are four other prisoners who are studying the Hebrew Roots pamphlets. They have asked for prayer for themselves and their families.





               Many will be fasting on Tuesdays for various prayer needs. Please join us.








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