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New Horizons Community Church is located in the central Sarnia neighbourhood. We are a welcoming community who are passionate about living for and serving God together, and sharing His love within the Sarnia-Lambton community and beyond. From humble beginnings over a storefront in Point Edward in 1889, NHCC has grown through loving relationships and the genuine generosity of spirit that Jesus calls us to. 

Our Vision: We envision with anticipation a Christ-centered, relevant community that is faithfully anchored yet intentionally flexible as we obediently respond to the Spirit's leading to bring God joy. Embracing the Great Commission and following Jesus, we will actively and passionately go beyond our doorsteps as His witnesses, serving others and building healthy relationships to share God's love. Meeting and partnering together as a hospitable, welcoming community, we will focus on teaching truth, equipping and mentoring one another in becoming mature disciple makers, trusting that as we do so, God will be glorified.

New Horizons is a member of the Free Methodist Church in Canada. To learn more about the denomination, click here:


Maple Grove Christian Retreat Centre in Thamesford, ON is the closest Free Methodist camp location to Sarnia. To find out more about the camp, click here:


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Transition Pastor

Rev. Mary Lee DeWitt

Pastor Mary Lee was appointed to NHCC as Transition Pastor in January 2021. Ordained in 2007 as a 'second career' Pastor, Mary Lee has served with the Free Methodist Church in Canada as a local and Transition Pastor, and as Regional Coach for West Ontario. She currently serves on the Ministerial Education, Guidance and Placement (MEGaP) Committee of the FMCiC. Pastor Mary Lee and her husband Herb have two grown children.

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Office Manager

Erica Young

Erica joined the NHCC team as the permanent Office Administrator in March of 2021. She strives to keep the church office organized and running smoothly! She became a member of NHCC in 2009.

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