What does worship at New Day look like?


  • Casual  - You can come in your Sunday best, you can come in jeans and a t-shirt, or you can even come in your pajamas! God calls us to come just as we are and we welcome you, just as you are! Feel free to bring in any snacks & drinks as well.

  • Family friendly - Kids are a part of our community and of God's family, so we welcome them and want them to be a part of our worship together. However, we also understand that sometimes parents need time for themselves to worship too. So we alsohave a staffed nursery available as well! 

  • Everyone is involved - For us, worship is not a concert or a spectator's sport. Worship involves full participation. We all make up the body of Christ and in worship God meets us where we are and calls us all to worship together as a community in Christ. We will sing hymns together, pray together, share God's peace with one another, and share communion together each week.

  • Communion is open to all - We celebrate communion every week. And, as Jesus said on the night he was betrayed, his blood was shed for ALL people for the forgiveness of sin. Therefore ALL people are welcome at the Lord's Table.

  • Fellowship Hour - Every Sunday after worship, we have time set aside to get to catch up over drinks and snacks and get to know one another a little better. This is a great time to meet some new people!



Faith Formation for ALL on the 1st & 3rd Fridays of the month

from 6-7:30pm at St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Dinner included.

Sunday Worship Service @ 11am-12pm

Fellowship @ 12pm-1:00pm

The blended worship will have all the elements of a traditional Lutheran worship service, but it will be band led with a mixture of both contemporary songs and hymns. Come check it out!

Contact us

Worshiping at 

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

270 N. Placer Ave.

Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Mailing address

2184 Channing Way #474

Idaho Falls, ID 83404

Ph: (208) 523-6333

Fx: (208) 881-0830

E-mail: newdaylutheran@gmail.com

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