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New City Marshalltown begins Sunday, May 5th


Sundays  |  10:00am

1202 S Center Street, Marshalltown, Iowa

lead pastor named
for new city marshalltown

From Founding Pastors Daniel and Rod: 

On behalf of New City Churches in Cedar Rapids & Des Moines, we are so grateful for what God is doing to multiply our churches and reach more people for Christ. As we move forward with Center Street Baptist Church in Marshalltown to become a New City Church, the Lord has been faithful in guiding us every step of the way. 


We are thrilled to announce Angie Juergens will become Lead Pastor of New City Marshalltown! We are confident that God has ordained Pastor Angie to take this step and we are so proud of her for saying ‘yes’ to the calling God has on her life. Pastor Angie has been an integral part of this church family for so many years, and her genuine heart for people and for Jesus makes her an amazing shepherd. We’re anticipating amazing renewal in this town with her leadership there. 

The vision for the future is bright as New City continues to multiply!

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We are currently seeking prayer, volunteer, and financial support.

To get involved in any of these areas or request more information,  click below. 

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Learn more about the city of Marshalltown.


Center Street Baptist Church of Marshalltown is excited to announce that they are entering into a transition to become New City Church Marshalltown, which will officially launch in Spring of 2024. 


Center Street Baptist Church has served the city of Marshalltown since 1942. With a longstanding history of impacting the community and helping people grow in God’s Word, much has transpired over the past eight decades. Pastor Don Michaelsen has served as senior pastor of Center Street Baptist since 2018 and has been a great blessing to the church body as he has faithfully taught the Word of God and sought to provide biblical insight for 21st century living in leading the ministry toward new growth.


Pastor Michaelsen said of the upcoming transition, “We are delighted to engage with New City Church and become one with them! Our congregation is looking forward to being part of this vibrant, gospel-centered ministry, and we joyfully anticipate the opportunity to continue to offer life and hope through Jesus Christ to our community.”

New City Church plans to represent the diversity of Marshalltown, comprising many generations, cultures and socio-economic statuses.

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