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Featured Upcoming Events

New City Lunches - March 3

March 3, 2019

Join us for our community lunches monthly! Next one happens on March 3.

The Book of Mark: Living the Gospel in the City

February 3, 2019

Mark wants us to understand how we are to live as disciples of Jesus in our world. Join us as we look at how to live the Gospel in our City.

New City Podcast!

January 1, 2019

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What's Your Story?

September 4, 2018

Do you attend NCC? Do you have want to share your faith story and encourage people? If so, click here to find out more!

Featured Talks

The Storm and the City - Mark 4:35-41
The Book of Mark: Living the Gospel in the City
February 17, 2019

Can a classic story like the stilling of the storm in Mark's Gospel help us gain a fresh perspective on who we are as urban disciples?

The Kingdom and the City - Mark 1:14-20
The Book of Mark: Living the Gospel in the City
February 10, 2019

What is the Kingdom of God, and how do Christians live in such a way as to transform their cities? We tackle these questions in this sermon!

Uncontained in the City - Mark 1:1-13
The Book of Mark: Living the Gospel in the City
February 3, 2019

God “tore” the sky and the Spirit “drove” Jesus to serve. Have we domesticated the Spirit & resisted God driving us out to serve the city?

Where Does Religion Come From? - Galatians 6:6-18
Set Free: The Book of Galatians
January 27, 2019

Paul ends his letter to the Galatians where he started – that the way we relate to God is rooted in what Jesus has done not in what we do.

Gospel Change - Galatians 5:16-6:5
Set Free: The Book of Galatians
January 20, 2019

Dr. Jekyll tried to separate our good and evil natures. Are the "flesh” and the Holy Spirit locked in a continual & irreconcilable struggle?

Gospel Freedom - Galatians 5:1-15
Set Free: The Book of Galatians
January 13, 2019

Why do ex-convicts struggle with being free & yearn for their predictable confines. Why do we crave freedom and yet struggle with it?