New Covenant Bible Fellowship

A New Covenant, Reformed Baptist Church

About NCBF

New Covenant Bible Fellowship (NCBF) started as the result of a church plant in August, 2000. We are an informal family of believers who meet in Gilbert, Arizona. We are Reformed in that we hold to the Doctrines of Grace and the Five Points of Calvinism. We also practice believer’s baptism and we teach from the point of view of New Covenant Theology.

Sunday Meetings

We meet each Sunday at 9:30am at the Gilbert Southeast Regional Library located on the Southeast Corner of Greenfield and Guadalupe Roads in Gilbert, Arizona.

Live broadcasts

We broadcast our sermons each week to SermonAudio at 9:30 AM MST. Following the service, the sermon portion will be uploaded to our SermonAudio page.

SermonAudio page
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Church Leadership

Church Doctrine

The Elders of NCBF have authored a document outlining our theological point of view called the New Covenant Confession of Faith. For a more comprehensive look at our theology, please visit In-Depth Studies.

Download or view the documents:

The NCBF Church Constitution
The New Covenant Confession of Faith
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Missions We Support

New Covenant Bible Fellowship financially supports foreign missions, church planting, and evangelism in Minsk, Belarus, Slonim, Belarus, and Prague, in the Czech Republic. In addition, we have our own “home grown” theological outreach called In-Depth Studies. The links below provide more detail of each ministry.

Mission 1

Vladimir Bukanov

Vladimir Bukanov is the pastor of The Church on the Hill of Gatava, Belarus. Gatava is located on the outskirts of Minsk. The church in Gatava is involved in church planting, evangelism and the equipping of the saints for ministry.

Pavel and Klara Steiger

Pavel and Klara Steiger operate several ministries in the Czech Republic. They operate online publications, Christian article and book translations, as well as planting churches. They are currently supported by the Reach Beyond ministry for their Czech and Slovak ministries.

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