New Creature in Christ


New Creature in Christ

At New Creature in Christ, we all base our faith on the authority and power of the Holy Scriptures. We are disciples of Jesus Christ. We believe and preach God's word to manifest God's love through concrete actions in our society.


Being a New Creature in Christ comes from faith in God, which means someone gives his life to Jesus Christ. He becomes a new person (creature); in other words, a New Creature in Christ is a person born again in God.

As the Bible says in John 1:12-13, “For all who have received Him, to those who believe in His name, He has given them the authority to become children of God.” By faith, we see ourselves as new people able to change lives, nations, and our world through our concrete, philanthropic actions. Indeed, our goal is to be exemplary citizens who promote progress in our society, community, and the world.


The origin of New Creature in Christ comes from the Bible in 2 Corinthians 5:17: “If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature. The old things have passed; Behold, all things have become new.”

This inspiring new creature in Christ Bible verse teaches us that if someone receives Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior, he is a new person responsible for the well-being of his neighbor. This person is no longer condemned to sin but freed from its power by having Jesus Christ as his Redeemer, Savior, and Lord.


Every day we work to maintain the Biblical standards of life and leadership to transform people into disciples of Jesus Christ. As the Bible says, “As He is, so we are in this world” (1John 4:17).


Our main mission is to organize and promote the activities of the church in Quebec City that serve to teach God’s word, to heal and bless people’s lives and families, to defend various social causes such as helping the needy, and to promote the well-being of our members.

In accordance with Matthew 28:19-20, our mandate is to go and win souls and make disciples of Christ in all nations, to transform them into warriors for the Kingdom, to preach the Good News, and to form tomorrow’s leaders for the betterment of society.