What denomination is First NLR?
First NLR is a part of a global fellowship of churches known as the Assemblies of God. The above description of our beliefs is a very basic, introductory view of our doctrine. For more information about the beliefs and doctrines of the Assemblies of God, visit the AG website!
Assemblies of God Website
What are First NLR's Core Values?
Reading our Core Values is a great way for new people learn our priorities as a church. You can easily share our Core Values by sending people to the Core Values page on our website.
What does First NLR believe about _______?
It is common for people to ask what First NLR's stance on a theological, social, political, or cultural issue is. If someone ask you about our beliefs, you can direct them to two places on our website for more information.
Our Beliefs What We Believe Sermon Series
What does First NLR have for Kids and Students?
First NLR is blessed with incredible ministries for children and students. If someone is curious about either ministry, you can send them to the links below.
High Voltage Kids Ministry Reality Student Ministry
What are services like at First NLR?
People commonly ask questions about First NLR's services: How long are the services?What is the worship like? What are the sermons/messages like? Sending people to our online campus is a great way to share what services at First NLR are like.
First NLR's Online Campus First NLR's YouTube Channel
Does First NLR believe in missions?
Missions is the driving force of First NLR! We believe that every soul matters to God - and if every soul matters to Him, every soul must matter to us! We believe that Jesus commissioned us to take the Gospel, not just to our own communities and cities, but to every nation and to the ends of the earth!
Email First NLR's Missions Pastor, Randy Jumper, for more information on our missions work in the USA and around the world.
Email Pastor Randy Jumper
Is there a dress code at First NLR?
We have a "come as you are" dress code at First NLR. We want everyone to feel welcome here regardless of their attire.