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Featured Upcoming Events

Polar Dip to Stop Human Trafficking

February 22, 2020

We're dipping into frigid Calgary waters to help the SA Foundation end human trafficking in Canada & around the world! Click to learn more.

5 Minute Bible Study Videos

August 22, 2019

A Quick Study of the most searched for Bible verses on the internet - Are we reading these popular and comforting verses right?

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June 20, 2019

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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

Protesting God - Psalm 44
February 9, 2020

Israel lodges a formal protest against God - they have suffered without cause and demand God act. How do we protest God?

Gospel Armour - Ephesians 6:10-20
Ephesians: All Things New
February 2, 2020

Really? The Devil? Why would Paul end his letter to the Ephesians with a talk about the Devil and how to defend against him?

A New Kind of Authority - Ephesians 6:1-9
Ephesians: All Things New
January 26, 2020

We are not called to only submit in our marriages, but in all our relationships.

The Purpose of Marriage - Ephesians 5:21-33
Ephesians: All Things New
January 19, 2020

To understand the call to submit and love in marriage, you first have to know what the purpose of marriage is.

Living in Light - Ephesians 5:8-21
Ephesians: All Things New
January 12, 2020

One scholar says, "Wisdom is the art of skillful living", and wisdom comes only when your identity is firmly in Christ.

Identity Theft - Ephesians 5:1-11
Ephesians: All Things New
January 5, 2020

Our over-sexualized and material culture makes us think that any call to restrain our appetites is puritanical and wrong. But is it?