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Mission Statement

    New Creation Healing Center, Inc. is an interdenominational ministry promoting wholeness in Christ through the practice of medicine, massage, counseling, teaching, and prayer.

Vision

New Creation Healing Center offers community service in the areas of medical, massage, psychological, emotional, and spiritual care with Christ-centered professional services, teaching and prayer.  We offer whole person care recognizing that illness in one area affects all the other areas of one's life.  As staff, space and resources become available, we will continue to expand our impact and services.

We celebrated the opening of our ambulatory care facility at 80 Route 125, Kingston, NH in December of 2008.  God has wonderfully blessed us with a beautiful location that allows better space for counseling and an additional exam room to help facilitate medical care in a more efficient manner.

We also are enjoying the addition of Marlene Weitemeyer to our staff as our conference coordinator.  Marlene has worked for New Creation Healing Center in a variety of capacities over the years, but now has taken on additional responsibilities to help us put on conferences that address a variety of issues that affect the whole person.  For more information on our upcoming events stay tuned to our Upcoming Events page.

We continue to work towards our long term goal of having a residential center where people can come and stay for more in-depth ministry.  We continue to look for volunteers and paid staff to help support that vision.  Building a team is an important part of the vision that God has given us.  To view both paid and volunteer opportunities visit our Opportunities page.  We also continue to raise funds for additional buildings to build a place where people can stay overnight.

For nearly two hundred years the largest building in a New England town was called The Meeting House.  It hosted the major events of the town, both sacred and secular.  It was the church building for worship, the hall for town meetings, and the place where the members of various organizations would come together.

We've erecting such a building!  As befitting its design style (late 17th/early 18th century) the shape is square with a "hip roof" and the color is yellow ... authentic early colonial yellow.  The "traditional Congregational Church on the town green" seen all over New England is WHITE ... but that color, with a rectangular shape to the building, didnít come into vogue until the mid 18th century.  

(Photo Credit: Herb Nightingale)

Our Meeting House holds services of worship, conferences sponsored by New Creation Healing Center and Institute for Christian Renewal, and it will host meetings of various organizations that serve the public good.

We have already been in touch with the staff of county agricultural / horticultural extension about starting an orchard and a vegetable garden on the back end of our property.  Their experts will demonstrate how it's possible to grow fruit and vegetables successfully, warding off bugs and blight in ways that do not harm the environment.  The fruit and vegetables raised will go to food pantries in the area.  While some of the classes will be held in the orchard and vegetable patch, some will be held inside The Meeting House.  We're looking at other worthy uses for The Meeting House, too.

We hare financed the building of The Meeting House ourselves, paying cash as we go along and incurring no mortgages.  We have been watching the financial need slowly be met.  We're presently only a little bit away from having enough to finish the entire first phase of the building.

We will be installing a beautiful brick and paving stone walkway, similar to one already in place on the property.  Names of donors, names of loved ones of donors, or statements of thanksgiving for something special, may be carved into the bricks and paving stones for those donating a certain amount.

A brick costs $200 and has THREE (3) lines of up to THIRTEEN (13) characters per line.  A paving stone costs $600 and has SEVEN (7) lines of up to THIRTEEN (13) characters per line.  When you write us, please let us know how you'd like the brick or paving stone to read.

Some people will be able to contribute at a level below $200.  We do appreciate your donations of any amount.  Thank you so much to those who have been standing with us.

Checks may be made payable to Ducks on the Pond Realty (that's the name for the organization we created to own the land and erect and manage the property).  Our address is 80 Route 125, Kingston, NH 03848.  "Ducks" is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organizations therefore your donation -- of any amount --  is tax-deductible to the full extent of the tax law.

 

"Anyone who believes in Christ is a new creation. The old is gone! The new has come!  It is all from God. He brought us back to himself through Christ's death on the cross. And he has given us the task of bringing others back to him through Christ.  God was bringing the world back to himself through Christ. He did not hold people's sins against them. God has trusted us with the message that people may be brought back to him.  So we are Christ's official messengers. It is as if God were making his appeal through us. Here is what Christ wants us to beg you to do. Come back to God!  Christ didn't have any sin. But God made him become sin for us. So we can be made right with God because of what Christ has done for us."
~2 Corinthians 5:17-21 New International Reader's Version