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Featured Upcoming Events

New City Lunches - May 5

May 5, 2019

Join us for our community lunches monthly! Next one happens on May 5.

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

Loved for the City - Mark 16:1-8
The Book Of Mark: Living The Gospel In The City
April 21, 2019

Mark's account of the resurrection gives us information but also, importantly, leaves us with questions about how we will respond to Easter.

Expectations and the City - Mark 11:1-11
The Book Of Mark: Living The Gospel In The City
April 14, 2019

In Mark, the "Triumphal Entry" feels like a bit of a let down. What can we learn about Jesus and our expectations of him from these verses?

Faith in the City - Mark 10:46-52
The Book Of Mark: Living The Gospel In The City
April 7, 2019

Does Jesus really heal those with "enough" faith? What can we learn about being disciples from the story of Bartimaeus?

Surrendering for the City - Mark 10:17-31
The Book Of Mark: Living The Gospel In The City
March 31, 2019

How do we gain eternal life? Fair question. It is all at once harder and easier than you think.

Being Childlike for the City - Mark 10:13-16
The Book Of Mark: Living The Gospel In The City
March 24, 2019

What does it mean to receive the Kingdom of God like a child, and how do we live as Kingdom-people in our city?

Sacrifice for the City - Mark 9:30-37
The Book Of Mark: Living The Gospel In The City
March 17, 2019

The disciples are learning that to follow Jesus means to follow him to the cross, to die. How do we live, knowing we are called to die?