Morning Worship Sermon Series

"Seasonal Studies from Psalm 103"

November 10 - December 29

The approach of the holiday season always brings with it the busyness of preparations and celebration. in order to appreciate the meaning of these special days from a biblical perspective, we will reflect on how we are to worship our God with a season of thanks, the celebration of the birth of the Christ-child, and the biblical call to number our days aright.


Morning Worship Services, 11:00 am        

Dr. David G. Barker

Evening Worship Service Series

The Churches of the New Testament

November - December

Join us on Sunday nights as we continue to look at familiar books and passages of the Bible with a view to gaining insight on what the church was like at the time of the apostles. There are encouragements to be gained and truths to be convicted of as we look at the gospel lived out in the early church. The stops on our whirlwind tour are as follows: Jerusalem, Antioch, Rome, Corinth, Ephesus, Philippi, Colossae, Thessalonica, Pergamum, Laodicea, and Sardis.


Evening Worship Services, 6:30 pm

Pastor Nicholas Hathaway

Children's & Youth Sunday School

Sunday mornings, 9:30 AM

Pre-K - GOD'S FAMILY – Beginning the line of promise Adam through Joseph.

Kindergarten – GOD CREATED ALL THINGS – Discover the creator through His Word and His creation.

Grades 1-2: LIVING TOGETHER – God and His people; stories from Genesis.

Grades 3-5: Studies that survey the Old and New Testaments.

Grades 6-8: A study of the Gospels. Middle School students are encourages to read a half chapter a day, five days a week to gain familiarity with all four Gospels. See our Bible Reading Calendar for more information.   

Grades 9-12: A Study of the Pentateuch. High School student are encouraged to read a chapter a day five days a week to gain familiarity with all five books of the Pentateuch: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.

Adult Christian Education

Sunday mornings, 9:30 AM

Inquirer's Class

This class is designed for anyone who would "like to know more" about the basics of the Christian faith, especially in a forum that would allow for questions and answers. Also, if you are interested in applying for membership at New Covenant, you should plan on attending this class.

Christian Education Hour, 9:30 am

RE Hendrik van Zuylen

Pastoral Intern Kurt Scharping

The Book of Ecclesiastes

Ecclesiastes has been called the most contemporary book in the Bible. The themes of this little book include the vapor-like vanity of life on earth, the inscrutable and sovereign will of God, the joy of productive work, and the deep fulfillment we receive when we learn to fear God, the Giver and Sustainer of life.

Christian Education Hour, 9:30 am

RE David O'Steen

Hot Topics from History:

Study Committee Reports of the PCA

In its almost 50 years of existence, the Presbyterian Church in America has frequently appointed study committees to investigate phenomena and salient Biblical passages. Our class will be looking at sixteen important subjects using the denomination's study committee reports as our starting point for discussion. Participants are encourages to read the week's study report before each class but it isn't necessary. These reports can be found     HERE

Our schedule will proceed as follows:

9/8: Apostasy   9/15: Church/State   9/22: Creation   

9/29: Abortion   10/6: Diaconate   

10/13: Divorce and Remarriage   10/20: Federal Vision  

10/27: Freemasonry   11/3: Homosexuality   

11/10: Interchurch Relations   11/17: Number of Offices  

11/24: Paedo Communion   12/1: Pornography   

12/8: Racial Reconciliation   12/15: Taxation   

12/22: Theonomy  

12/29: Women Serving in the Ministry of the Church

   Christian Education Hour, 9:30 am

Pastor Nicholas Hathaway

Young Adult Study Through Pilgrim's Progress

Two Sundays each month, the young adults will gather at various homes for a light lunch and a study through John Bunyan's classic work. The Pilgrim's Progress is an allegory of living and growing through the Christian life with all its challenges and rewards.

Check Pastor Barker's website for location

Dr. David G. Barker

Weekday Ministries for all ages

Our ministries are geared to different age groups for the purpose of learning God's Word and growing the mind and spirit towards the image of Christ.  Our ministry groups are largely led and staffed by laypeople who gather with others in areas of common interest.  You are most welcome to join us in the ministries offered below:

  • youth ministries

    Kids Quest (K-Grade 4)

    Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    September 18 - November 20

    We'll be learning hymns, memorizing scripture, and children's catechism in the worship center and playing games in the gym. We will also be learning various forms of physical training "for while bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way..." (1 Timothy 4:8) The kids will learn how to exercise safely, stretch, and build strength and endurance. Taught by Pastor Nick Hathaway.

    Quest (Grades 5-8)

    Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    September 18 - November 20

    We'll be learning hymns, memorizing scripture, and the shorter catechism in the worship center and playing games in the gym. We will also be learning self-defense and situational awareness. "For while bodily training in of some value, godliness is of value in every way..." (1 Timothy 4:8) Taught by Pastor Nick Hathaway.

    Vision (Grades 9-12)

    Thursday Evenings, 7:00 - 8:30 pm

    Starting September 19

    We will be studying through a survey of the Bible, looking at a different book of the Bible each night. Luke 24:27 guides us as we seek to see how Jesus reveals himself throughout the law and the prophets. Studies will be held at the Hathaway home. Join our group chat for up to date information. Taught by Pastor Nick Hathaway.

  • Women's Ministries

    Ladies Prayer Circle

    Every Tuesday morning from 10:00 - 11:30 am, NCPC is supported in prayer by faithful women who join together to approach the throne of grace boldly on behalf of the community. This group is led by Robin L. in the conference room.


    Monday Evening Bible Study

    Our Monday evening ladies study will resume on Monday, October 14 and we will continue to meet every other Monday at 7:15 at Sandy G.'s house. Our book study will be In His Image by Jen Wilkin. If you have any questions, please see Emily.

    Wednesday Night Bible Study

    On Wednesday nights, from September 18 - November 20, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, ladies will meet to study The Pilgrim's Progress. Our study, "Perils and Providence: A Study of the Christian Life in The Pilgrim's Progress". We will discuss the spiritual perils we face on our pilgrim walk by faith in Jesus Christ, and learn how God, in His providence, brings us through trials and temptations by His grace, so that we may live eternally with Him in the Celestial City. if you need a book are if you have any questions, please contact Nancy C.

    Thursday Morning Bible Study

    On Thursday mornings, from September 19 - November 21, 10:00 - 11:20 am, ladies will meet to study the book In All Things by Melissa Kruger, a study of Philippians and unshakable joy. Bible teacher Melissa Kruger walks you through Paul's words about the secret to no-matter-what joy and shows you how you can find contentment and unwavering peace every day.

  • Men's Ministries

    Men's Bible Study

    On Wednesday nights, from September 18 - November 20, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, Dr. David G. Barker will be teaching from the Parables of Jesus (part 2). Within the teaching of Jesus that we read of in the gospels are his parables. not merely illustrations, parable seem to have a life of their own - opening hearts or closing them - as men hear and respond to Jesus' words. We will examine some of Jesus' parables, discussing their meaning, and probing our own hearts and lives to see how they truly affect each one of us.

    Leadership College - Module 2

    Time and dates to be announced

    The focus of this module is to survey and examine the distinctives of the historic Reformed faith, her symbols and creeds, and understand the form of government as constructed by the PCA. The progression of thought will go from learning to understand to embracing to defending to teaching the doctrines of grace. Taught by Dr. David G. Barker