New Creations Christian Fellowship of Franklin County

The Turning Point 
182 Lake Street
St. Albans Vermont, 05478  
(802) 370-0265
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(802) 782-0453

History, Who We Are and What We Believe

New Creations Christian Fellowship (NCCF) of Franklin County began as an outreach of the Church At Prison, Inc. in 2006 and became a formal group called NCCF in 2007.  At first, meeting in private homes, they now meet at the Turning Point in St. Albans Friday evenings from 6:30-9pm.

 Statement of FaithMatt and Ann Parsons

We believe the Bible to be the authoritative, inerrant (without error) Word of God, and that it is the source of instructing us through the challenges of life.  Based on our experiences we have found it to be accurate and true!  We can live in freedom and have a peace that surpasses all understanding when we put it into practice.

 Mission Statement

It is the heart of the group to create a safe place where those affected by incarceration can share their fleshly and spiritual burdens with others who have lived through these experiences and understand how to deal with the various situations within the Justice System.  We try to do this by creating long and meaningful relationships in which we strive to be honest with God, ourselves, and others. It is in this manner that we can more effectively be accountable to one another for our thoughts and actions.  We want to encourage one-another spiritually and practically according to our experience, strength, hope, and faith under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and according to the truth in the Bible.

 When and What

NCCF Franklin County meets from 6:30 to 9:00 pm every Friday evening at the Turning Point on Lake Street in St. Albans.

We currently have bible study followed by a time of singing and music, and then a time to fellowship, snacks, discussion, and prayer as needed.  We are mindful of the Holy Spirit, and minister and pray according to it’s prompting. Everyone who is affected by incarceration is welcomed.