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Young Adult Group

If you're 18-30 years old, join this 60 minute group to discuss the things that matter most in life and bring meaning into all you do. (To join, or simply to learn more, please contact the group leader.)

Led by: Jeff Smith For Ages: 18-30 Meets: Every Tuesday from 8:30pm-9:30pm
Childcare Available? No Topic: Friendship, Spiritual Growth Group Type: Online Group
Location: Online Status: Open

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Becoming: A Women's Support Group

Thursdays at 8pm ET with Charlotte Gyllenhaal

Thursdays at 8pm ET

We are constantly growing, changing, evolving – becoming. Join us as we explore the process together.

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Bible Deeper-Study

Wednesdays at 6:30 PM with Rev. Jean Atta

Wednesdays at 6:30 pm MST

Come study the Word with us! We read the Word of God, explain its Deeper meaning, and see how it applies to life.

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Heaven and Hell Doctrinal Discussion Class

Tuesdays at 6pm with Rev. Jean Atta

Tuesdays at 6pm MST

Would you like to know more about Heaven and Hell? Join this group! Come explore and discuss with us–we look forward to having you. Click here to get the source material!

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Meditation Group

Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays at 12 pm ET, Various Hosts

Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays at 12 pm ET

Join us for a 30 minute Online Group designed to check in with others, meditate on a beautiful quote, and let it inspire your week.

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Meditation with Daoism

Thursdays at 10pm ET, with Rev. Junchol Lee

Thursdays at 10pm ET

All are welcome. Meditation experience is not necessary to participate. To request the zoom link, contact [email protected].

Morning Message: 10 Minutes of Calm

Weekdays at 8:30am ET with Chuck Blair


Join us for short morning message led by Pastor Chuck Blair of NewChurch LIVE as we center our lives at the start of each day.

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Read, Pray, Act!

Thursdays at 7:30pm ET with John Odhner

Thursdays at 7:30pm ET

A guided group focusing on three core practices: reading scripture, prayer, and a call to action.

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Regenerative Living

Wednesdays at 8pm ET with Carla Friedrich

Wednesdays at 8pm ET

Regenerative Living: The presence and activity of the Lord, is an online spiritual group focused on reflecting on preselected quotes from the Bible and the writings of Swedenborg.

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Reading the Gospels

Thursdays at 7:30pm ET with Andy Dibb

Thursdays at 7:30pm ET

The Rev. Dr. Andy Dibb will lead in reading and discussing the Gospels in the New Testament.

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Read, Pray, Act! Book of Isaiah

Thursdays at 6pm ET with Victoria Austin

Thursdays at 7pm ET

Join us for this Read, Pray, Act! group, to study the book of Isaiah. Thursday nights at 7pm EST. Hosted by Victoria Austin.

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Swedenborgian Bible Study

Wednesdays at 10pm ET with Rev. Junchol Lee

Wednesdays at 10pm ET

A Swedenborgian-focused bible study every Wednesday led by Rev. Junchol Lee. Any and all are invited!  The online gathering will take place via Zoom. For login info, please contact Rev. Lee at [email protected]

Women's Check-In

Mondays at 1:30pm with Lori Odhner

Mondays at 1:30pm ET

This women’s group is a place to connect and talk about our lives. The group respects confidentiality and shared trust in God.

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Young Adult Group

Tuesdays at 8:30 pm ET with Jeff Smith

Tuesdays at 8:30pm ET

If you’re 18-30 years old, join this 60 minute group to discuss the things that matter most in life and bring meaning into all you do.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What if I want to start a congregation?2021-12-08T14:14:00+00:00

If you are interested in starting a New Church congregation in your area, we are so excited about that! Our Program Manager, Pearse Frazier, would love to talk to you–please contact him at [email protected]

What is a New Church group?2021-10-19T17:56:19+00:00

A spiritual group that is New Church can look like many things: a worship service in a large cathedral, a gathering of three friends who meet every week to talk about their lives in a spiritual context, moms who host each other and their kids once a month to talk about the hardships and victories of parenting. It can be any group where people meet regularly and support each other in living heavenly lives based on the Lord’s teachings.

What is the training process like?2021-10-19T18:03:09+00:00

Training includes creating an account with us (so we know you’re a real person), going through some reading and some videos, and then registering your group with us so we can list it on the website. Along the way, someone from New Church Outreach will contact you to make a connection and answer any questions.

What does it take to be a group leader?2021-10-19T17:43:00+00:00

First of all, anyone can lead a spiritual group. What it takes is someone who cares, who shows up, and who can listen and foster discussion.

What can I expect in a New Church group gathering?2021-10-19T18:40:54+00:00

Because these groups are about human connection, Spiritual Group gatherings are as individual as the people in them, with common themes throughout. The main focus is coming together in community and spending time nurturing your relationships with each other and with God. 

Each group has a host or facilitator who helps ensure that each gathering goes as smoothly as possible and feels safe for all involved. Gatherings generally consist of reading passages from Scripture, sharing thoughts and questions, praying together, and identifying actions can positively impact you, your group, and others in your life.

What is the New Church?2021-10-19T18:45:24+00:00

Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) was a scientist, inventor, and theologian. His theological writings, which fill over 30 large volumes, uncover a deeper, spiritual meaning in the Bible’s literal stories. His teachings reject the notion of faith alone, while offering a framework for living that emphasizes love and wisdom in action.

The New Church is a small denomination of Christianity that uses Swedenborgian spirituality as a basis for understanding the Word, ourselves, and our world. To learn more, visit

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