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We believe that His presence changes everything.

That miracles and deliverance are for us today and that every need can be met by our Father God, who so eagerly wants a personal encounter with you. We believe in letting go of traditional "boxes" that religion has placed God in. More than anything, we want to create an atmosphere that is one that welcomes the Holy Spirit to move freely. Some services may go long, some may not stay on schedule, and others might get off topic, but we know that His agenda and His will for that time is so much more important and effective to your life than anything we could come up with to say or do on our own. When you truly experience His authentic presence, you won't want to live a single moment without it. (For more info on specific beliefs, click here.)

Please note: We are not affiliated with the Word of Life Church in New York.


We desire for God's people to know what He has for them.

To walk in the perfect will and plan of God for their lives.

To reach out to those in need and make a difference in our community.

We challenge our people to be the best they can be, we want to impact our city, our state, and New England.

Now is the time.

This is the place.

We are the people.



Word of Life

Christian Fellowship

Pastor Thomas Peetz graduated from Rhema Bible Training Center in 1982. He spent some time as a missionary in Haiti along with his wife, Carolyn, and their three children. After spending time on the mission field, Pastor Peetz returned to New Hampshire where the Lord impressed upon his heart to start a church. They started small, with little over a dozen people who experienced miracles and deliverance. They rented a few different facilities in the Concord area. As the church body grew, they purchased a piece of land. The Father continually opened doors for them, and with His blessing on their lives, they moved into their custom built church called Word of Life Christian Fellowship built in September of 1999.