Lead Pastor: Pastor Rex King
Youth Pastor: Pastor Matt King
Admin. Assoc. Pastor: Pastor Dana King
733 N. Sandusky St., Tiffin, OH 44883
Who We Are...
People! That's the story of the Assemblies of God. Over 60 million people worship every week in Assemblies of God churches around the world.
Young and old, married and single, parents and children, people from all walks of life, of every color and many different languages - they have one thing in common, a desire to serve God and share His blessings with still other people.
The Assemblies of God is people who believe in the God of the Bible, and believe He is moving in today's world.
Currently the Assemblies of God USA and Assemblies of God organizations around the world make up the world's largest Pentecostal denomination with some 60 million members and adherents. But numbers fail to tell the real story, and statistics can never meet human needs. People who need help in coming to know God, have problems in their home, or are troubled by any of the multitude of other things that keep people from being happy and fulfilled, need someone who cares.
And that's the message of our Fellowship. Because Jesus cares for people, the Assemblies of God is people who care about each other.
A church is a place to get to know God. A church is also a place to build relationships with other believers. New Beginnings is committed to helping adults, youth, and children accomplish that.
This is a listing of the active ministries at New Beginnings. Please call the church office for more information. We will be happy to direct you to the person who will be able to assist you and answer your questions.
Invincible Student ministries for grades 7-12
AG.org News & Information
At 80, He's Not Your Average Chi Alpha Campus Pastor
Ray Treese knew he would spend his retirement years on the golf course. But suddenly — and unexpectedly — this retiree found himself the Chi Alpha campus pastor at Eastern Kentucky University!
Government Study Cites Benefits of Two-Parent Home
A government study shows that children growing up with both biological parents are 30 times less likely to experience "adverse conditions" than those children in nonparent care.
This Week in AG History -- September 29, 1957
Missions leader Melvin Hodges posed a question many leaders still explore today — has the Pentecostal revival reached its zenith and is doomed to fade, or do greater glories still lie ahead? Enjoy this historic, yet still relevant, edition of the Pentecostal Evangel that also includes articles by R. J. Carlson, P. T. Walker, Oswald J. Smith, and many others!
Prayer Vigil for Saeed Abedini and Others Set for September 26
On September 26, the second anniversary of Pastor Saeed Abedini's imprisonment, hundreds of churches across America and in more than two dozen additional countries will be holding prayer vigils for him, the persecuted church, and the dozens of other Christians imprisoned for their faith in Iran.
Light for the Lost Releases "Celebrate the Light"
Light for the Lost has recently released its presentation depicting some of the incredible work it is doing through ministries to reach the lost for Christ. Celebrate the Light is now available as a free download.