The NCC community of faith prays together, works together, and plays together! Throughout each year events are planned to bring us together because being together in community means building relationships that matter and creating a sense of connection which stands the test of time. Our community is one that stands together through both the low points and high points of life; it is precious and surely a blessing to all.
Keep an eye out here on the church website, Facebook Page, in the Sunday Bulletin, and in The Weekly Newsletter for details on events such as a community-wide lobster bake in Schanda Park, concerts in the park, the monthly women’s gathering, the monthly men’s breakfast, bible exploring groups, a course in miracles, and much more!
If you are in need of a prayer or would like to have an opportunity to pray for others, here is how you can participate:
- share it in Sunday services during prayer time
- send an email to Pastor Patty – firstname.lastname@example.org
- call the church office: 603-659-3892)
- post your prayer request to the NCC Behind the Cross Facebook Group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/187184701817036/ (everyone who is part of the Sunday services community is invited to join this group).
Prayer requests made by email or calling the office will be posted to the NCC Behind the Cross Group on Facebook. Prayers requests made during Sunday Services will be lift up in prayer at that time.
A Course in Miracles
Join Nancy Peacock
every Monday 6 – 7:30PM
Meeting ID: 812 568 462
A Course in (also referred to as ACIM or the Course) is a 1976 book by Helen Schucman. It is a curriculum for those seeking to achieve spiritual transformation. The underlying premise is that the greatest “miracle” is the act of simply gaining a full “awareness of love’s presence” in one’s own life. Join us each Monday as we explore this fascinating course together.
Join Pastor Patty
every Wednesday 10 – 11:30AM
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 947 9740 8368
Learning about Christianity and the spiritual path is a lifelong process and it is much more fun and interesting to share the process with loving and understanding people!
Everyone is welcome to join an inspirational/devotional exploration of the Bible. You will find engaging conversation, a hot cup of coffee or tea, and encouragement for finding God in your every day life.
To find out more details, contact the church office at email@example.com.
Exploring the Bible
On earth, the kingdom of God comes into the lives of God’s people. When asked by a bunch of teachers of the Law, “Where is this kingdom that you’re talking about?” Jesus basically said: You know what? The kingdom is inside of you. The rule and reign of God begins in you—with you saying “yes” to God. Whenever you think God is speaking to you—through the Word, through a prompting of the Spirit, through a circumstance, through a friend, through the guise of the ordinary or the disguise of the least of these—whenever you believe God is speaking to you, let “Yes, God!” rise instinctively from your heart. – Christianity Today
Here at NCC we believe that growing in faith and the journey on the spiritual path is a lifelong process. Nobody has it all figured out; God IS still speaking into life each and every day. Through regular study and reflection of scripture the hope is that the journey of faith becomes more intentional and meaningful for everybody.
Each week Pastor Patty invites people to read, ponder, dream, share, learn, and grow through reflecting on bible passages together in her study. There is no homework, prior biblical knowledge, ability to pronounce all the tough words, or even a bible required. To find out more about bible study on a specific week, check out the monthly calendar under the News and Events tab.
NCC Men’s Breakfast
On the first Saturday of every month at 8:30AM all NCC guys, (and you can bring a friend if you’d like) are invited to join in for breakfast, connection, and fellowship in the NCC fellowship hall. In addition to a hearty breakfast, it’s your opportunity to meet, eat, and connect with other NCC men.