New Life Assembly of God

 

    

     Welcome to our Website. New Life Assembly of God wishes to convey our love and Christ's love to the reaches of the world and especially to Ogdensburg, NY and St. lawrence County.  We are situated on Park St. in Ogdensburg, two and one half hours north of Syracuse, on the St Lawrence river just north of the 1000 Islands.

In this website you will find a description or bio of our leadership team, our missions statement and Vision statement, links to other AG sites and our Calendar of events and  updates to what is going on here at New Life.

We hope you will come back and visit the website again and of course come to New Life Assembly of God and join us in Worship on Sunday morning at 10:00 AM . 

We are Located at 929 Park St. Just off Rte 37 in Ogdensburg Opposite Kenedy School.


 






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