Welcome to Your New Life
Nouvo Lavi Tabènak is a vibrant, joyful, welcoming, and responsive church located in the greater Tampa Bay community committed to reaching our community. In our ministry, we expect God to do the miraculous for and through you. Help you realize your hopes and dreams in God as you delve deeper into the Word. It is our hope that you will learn the principles of living a victorious life via bible studies and worship in our services. We are passionate about reaching our community with bible salvation. Our prayer is that you will come alongside us to grow in God, serve alongside the church family, and share the Gospel to those around you.
Who we are
Established in 1992, under the leadership of Pastor Daniel M. Davy, New Life Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church is dedicated to reaching out to the community with bible salvation and a message of hope and deliverance for everyone. Daniel Davy remains the Senior Pastor while Rashidi F. Collins is the Pastor.
Our passion for souls exceeds all other desires and drives us to do the work of God with a spirit of excellence. Our lively services and intense worship atmosphere are designed to bring every person closer to God.
It is our intention to become a vital part of the Tampa Bay region by ministering to both the natural and spiritual needs of everyone through the apostolic doctrine of the bible.
We currently have a plan to plant 65+ churches throughout the state of Florida to reach the more than 20 million people in our great state. We currently have 14 churches in our Family of Churches
What We Believe
There is only one God: the creator of the heavens and the earth, and of all mankind. This one God is father in creation, son in redemption, and Holy Ghost in regeneration and activity. He is the first and the last and beside him there is no God.
Salvation consists of deliverance from sin through the blood of Jesus Christ. This is accomplished through repentance from sin, water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and receiving the baptism of the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance (John 3:5 and Acts 2:38).