to Come Join and Share in Fellowship with Us!

Sundays 11:00 am

“See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are!” 1 John 3 – 1

Lead Pastor Timothy Brassell and wife, Donna Brassell

We are New Life Fellowship, a congregation of Grace Communion International. We are a diverse group of people from all over the Baltimore, Maryland area who embrace the Good News that, in Jesus, all of humanity is included in the life of the Triune God – Father, Son, and Spirit! Ephesians 1: 3-6! We believe in the Triune God, Father, Son and Spirit, and that this God created, reconciled and embraced the world in Jesus Christ, as it was eternally purposed.

At New Life Fellowship we believe that everyone, including YOU, has been reconciled to God in Jesus Christ! This means you already have a relationship with God, in and through Jesus, and that God the Trinity Loves you, Likes you, and has fulfilled His plan for you to be His Adopted child forever. In fact, Triune God has revealed in Jesus Christ that He loves each of us, and all of us, MORE than He loves himself! Phil 2:3!

“I am a pastor, but only an Under-Pastor, participating with Christ in HIS Pastoring of His Church.” 

– Pastor Timothy Brassell


Shaped By The Good News Of The Gospel

A Quote Pointing You To JESUS CHRIST From Pastor T

“Grace is to be understood as the impartation not just of something from God but of God Himself. In Jesus Christ and in the Holy Spirit, God freely gives to us in such a way that the Gift and the Giver are one and the same in the wholeness and indivisibility of His grace…”—(Thomas F. Torrance, Reality and Evangelical Theology. Westminster Press. 1981. pgs 14,15).

The gospel is the Good News of God, that we are included in the life and love of God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit by grace. It is nothing we have earned or deserve but rather something given as a free gift to us. We have to remember that Jesus is THE Savior of the world. The struggle in believing this good news is that it sounds really good but it is not easy to receive and can only be received by the grace of God; That means GOD working in us to WILL and to DO and to BELIEVE that it is actually the truth of our lives in Jesus, in our place and on our behalf!

“Grace is the hardest thing for us to be reconciled to, because it implies the renouncing of our pretensions, our power, our pomp and circumstance. It is opposite of everything our ‘religious’ sentiments are looking for.” —Jacques Elul




or via the ZOOM app or interface from 10:30am to 12:15pm (ET).

Click Here for Sunday’s Worship Service Zoom link!

If you would like to join us via Zoom, please EMAIL your request to Pastor Timothy Brassell at tjbrassell@gmail.com for your PERSONAL INVITATION and PASSCODE.

If you would like to listen in by phone ONLY, the phone number and meeting ID remain the same each week: Phone: 1-253-215-8782 Meeting ID# 695-027-1210

We take communion weekly so if you would like to participate, please have bread or crackers and wine or grape juice available.

NOTE: The first half-hour from 10:30am to 11:00am is reserved for making sure you can get connected before the official service begins at 11am, so please connect no later than 10:50am because we will start on time and you may not be able to get in!

In times like these, we are so grateful for our interactive online church experience through digital technology. Hope you can join us!


Lead Pastor Timothy Brassell and Donna Brassell

On Sunday March 24th Pastor Timothy Brassell, Lead Pastor at NLF and his wife Donna Brassell were honored for their 25 years of devoted service to GCI. The Celebration was led by Jeffrey Broadnax, Regional Director of The Northeastern US at Grace Communion International – GCI.

Pastor T (as he is mostly called) and Donna were presented with a plaque, and 25-year watches by Pastor Jeffery Broadnax, which serve as tangible symbols of appreciation for unwavering dedication, steadfast leadership, and tireless commitment to God’s ministry in GCI.

The ceremony concluded with refreshments and fellowship following the service.


“One important thing that we can do as Christians is to have a positive impact on the people around us. Jesus often spent time interacting with people, encouraging them and being a blessing to them. We want to interact with others in a way that leaves them with a good taste in their mouths. Our union with the triune God empowers us to be encouragers. Think about the next time you will be interacting with others, whether it be at your job or a party. How can you be Christlike and leave a good taste in the mouths of those around you in this gathering?

– Hebrews 10: 24-25 NIV