New Beginnings is a Church based in Gibson City, IL we are dedicated to reaching our communities and the world through compassion, connection, and community
New Beginnings gathers for worship every Sunday at 10:15 am
Future Building Site


What is Ability Project?

The purpose of Ability Project is to help people with disabilities to know their purpose in Jesus Christ. There are 57 million people with disabilities in America, that’s 1 in 5 people. As a ministry we are looking for opportunities to: 1. Bring awareness to God’s people about the disability community 2. Start up Chapel services for those with disabilities in other communities 3. Train Disability Leaders/Pastors 4. Promote Camp Ability, a time of refreshing for those with disabilities THE CORE VALUES OF ABILITY PROJECT Inclusion All people with disabilities should be valued, treated with respect and accepted into the body of Christ. The eye cannot say to the hand, “I don’t need you!” (1 Corinthians. 12:21) Evangelize To bring everyone, including people with a disability to the saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ! “By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”(Mathew 28:19, John 13:35) Discipleship Give opportunity for people with disabilities to learn God’s Word; giving each individual an opportunity to discover their God-given abilities and to exercise these gifts in the community. (Ephesians 4:8-16) Serving Jesus says in Matthew 20:28 “I did not come to be served, but to serve others.” It is important to ‘wash’ one another’s feet as Christ Jesus did. (John 13:14,15) Christ Centered Recognizing the value of God’s Word in everyday living by following Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Proclaiming that “Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.” (John 14:6)
Achieve freedom from life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups at Celebrate Recovery. This ministry seeks to celebrate the HEALING and REDEMPTIVE power found in JESUS CHRIST. We invite you to join us and begin experiencing TRUE LIFE CHANGE. Celebrate Recovery teaches us how to use God’s power and grace to solve life’s problems. God can release us from the addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors that have been holding us back from AUTHENTIC JOY in our lives -come learn how!
In order to gain the full benefit of Celebrate Recovery, participants are encouraged to attend Large Group, Open Share Groups on Thursday nights. In Large Group we hear teachings on the 8 principles and the 12 Christ-Centered Steps and personal testimonies of changed lives. Open Share groups provide recovery specific issues and solutions while step study groups provide an opportunity to thoroughly work the steps in a group setting rather than alone.
We provide you a safe place to share your experiences, strengths, and hopes with others that are also going through a Christ-Centered Recovery.
Provide you with a leader who has gone through a similar hurt, hang-up or habit and who will facilitate the group as it focuses on a particular Step each week. The leader will also follow
Celebrate Recovery Open Share Groups Will NOT:
Attempt to offer any professional advice. Our leaders are not counselors. At your request, we can provide you with a list of approved counseling referrals.
Allow its members to attempt to “fix” one another.
Anonymity and Confidentiality are basic requirements.
What’s shared in the group stays in the group. The only exception is when someone threatens to injure themselves or others.
Thursday Evenings 6:45-8:15 p.m
Dinner & fellowship 6:15-6:45pm
Childcare is available
Celebrate Recovery Men’s Group:
Mondays 12:00-1:30pm & 6:30-7:30pm
Celebrate Recovery Women’s Group:
Mondays at 6:30pm
Visit us on Facebook- Celebrate Recovery Gibson City, Il
Celebrate Recovery Team Leader: John Schneider
John Schneider mobile: 217-249-4744
Church- 217-784-8673
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One Person At A Time.

Daily Devotional

Triumph Through Failure

John 21:1-9

We’ve all left footprints in the valley of failure. What matters is how we respond afterwards. Do we give up and live a defeated life, or do we believe God can restore us?

The story of Peter’s failure and subsequent restoration gives us tremendous encouragement. Jesus warned that Peter would fall short, but He also prayed for the disciple’s faith not to fail. Jesus assured Peter ahead of time that his failure would not be the end of the story—he would stand up again and strengthen the others (Luke 22:31-32).

The Lord knew that before Peter could be molded into a strong yet humble leader, his pride and self-confidence had to be brought low and his heart broken. Although Satan wanted to sift the disciple to make him useless, Christ commandeered the process to make Peter useful.

In the same way, God can use our failures to prepare us to be more effective servants for Him. Although we may feel as though we have slipped from His grasp, Jesus has promised that nothing and no one can separate us from His love. He sits at the Father’s right hand, always interceding for us (Rom. 8:34).

When we wallow in our failures and build walls around our heart to deny the Lord access, we are resisting much-needed brokenness and healing. If we want God to use us, we must allow Him to get rid of the chaff that keeps us from being who He desires us to be. But if we will humbly turn to the Lord, He’ll give us a fresh start and a renewed understanding of His goodness and purpose.



Regular mail:
107 S SangamonAve
PO Box 3
Gibson City IL 60936

                 Visit Us

107 S. Sangamon Ave Gibson City, IL 60936
Gibson Area Food Pantry
Happens the 2nd and 4th Saturdays every month. The Pantry opens at
9am and serves till noon.
Our outreach serves as volunteers at the Gibson Area Food Pantry numerous times of the year. This an easy way to show others how Jesus showed his love of serving others. The Food Pantry is located next to Big R in Gibson City.