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Monday Mornings for the Master
Each Monday morning at 10:00 am (except on holidays) those who would like to participate meet at the annex for a time of fellowship, coffee, and snacks, and to sign cards for those who are sick or need encouragement.  We also use the time to help with copying Bible lessons for the teachers, organize supplies, and to discuss upcoming events.  Anyone interested is invited.  We typically finish around 11:30 am but everyone is encouraged to come and leave as the need arises.


Missions Home and Abroad 

New Antioch is very blessed to be able to support those serving God in missionary work. In the past few years, we have combined with other congregations to help spread and establish the Gospel in Ghana as well as other areas of the world, such as India (through World Evangelism) and Russia.  Currently we provide support for teachers in China.  We also support efforts in drilling freshwater wells in Western Africa, through Ghana West Africa Missions.  We also support programs at home, such as House-to-House and others.
In a world where the youth is constantly bombarded with every type of immorality, it becomes even more imperative that there are activities and programs designed to help answer their needs. We continually support our youth though sound Bible teaching and engaging lessons, game nights, youth camps, and get-togethers, and involvement in the overall activities of the congregation.  Additionally, when possible, we participate in the county-wide youth devotionals as well as the Christian Youth Conference held each winter in Gatlinburg.

College and University

We understand the need to learn and be involved in higher education.  But we also know that with these opportunities also comes the attacks from worldly influences, such as post-modernism, humanism, and agnosticism.  With many of our youth growing up and heading off to college, we feel that it is imperative to support those who would try to provide a sound and upright influence on university campuses. It is with this regard that we happily support the Christian Student Center at the University of North Alabama.







In the past, New Antioch has hosted seminars intended to support our community. Topics have included Financial Peace and Marriage Enrichment. We are continuing to explore other events aimed at benefiting those who live in our area.

Each Fall, members of New Antioch participate in a “Warm Coat Drive” to help provide necessary coats and clothing for those in need.  Look at our calendar for dates associated with this event. We also maintain a food pantry for those in our community and hold a back-to-school supply drive for families needing help with supply lists.  It is out hope and aim that we can share the message of the Gospel though our actions as well as the spoken word.  It has also been our privilege to participate in Buckets for the Ukraine this Spring. Working with other congregations we were blessed to be able to help Ukrainian refugees suffering so horribly because of war in that country.
New Antioch was very blessed to been able to assist with providing worship services at National Healthcare in Moulton.  This was held on each 5th Sunday of a month at 2:00 PM in the dining area of the facilities.  Because of COVID, we have been unable to provide this interaction with residents for about 2 years.   We look forward to being able to worship with them again.  In the meantime, we do offer prayers that the residents and the staff stay healthy and safe.  We also help with Childhaven orphanage and facilities.  We wish to always remember “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.”  James 1:27