Morning Worship Sermon Series

"Lord, teach us to pray."

Among all the other things that Christians spend time learning how to do better is the practice and discipline of prayer.

We will walk through the guide for prayer given us by our Savior and discover how beneficial it is to our own prayer life.

Morning Worship Services, 11:00 am     May - August

Dr. David G. Barker

Evening Worship Sermon Series

Studies in the Book of 1st Peter

The first letter written from the apostle Peter is a solid pastoral and theological teaching and encouragement to Christians who find themselves outnumbered in their culture. There are many similarities to the world of these recipients and the world we face today. Join us for the teaching and strength of hope

that Peter provides Christians here.  

Evening Worship Services, 6:30 pm

Dr. David G. Barker  

Children's Sunday School

Sunday mornings, 9:30 AM

Toddler Class: For children age 18 months to age 2

Preschool Class: For ages 3 and 4

God's Son - the birth and stories of Jesus, God's Son, in the New Testament

Kindergarten Class:

Living in God's Family - What it means to be part of God's family and live as God's child

First & Second Grade Class:

Knowing Jesus - Stories from the Gospels

Third Grade Class:

God's Design For Worship - God's regulations  and practices for worship - a study of Leviticus

Fourth & Fifth Grade Class:

Matthew to John - The life, work, and teachings of Christ in the Gospels

Middle School: 

The Book of Acts

Adult Christian Education

Sunday mornings, 9:30 AM

The Gospel of Luke

We embark on a study through the “Historian’s Gospel” and follow Dr. R.C. Sproul as our guide.

Christian Education Hour, 9:30 am

RE David O’Steen, RE Kent Paulson  & RE Hendrik van Zuylen

Knowing God

J..I. Packer’s classic work was first published in 1973. J. I. Packer writes, “It is often said today that theology is stronger than it has ever been, and in terms of academic expertise and the quantity and quality of books published this is probably true; but it is a long time since theology has been so weak and clumsy at its basic task of holding the church to the realities of the gospel.” Knowing what you believe is absolutely essential to your faith. 

Christian Education Hour, 9:30 am

RE Leu Beach

Women's Christian Education Class: Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life by Donald Whitney

    Begins June 4

This study covers biblical disciplines such as Scripture reading, worship, prayer, solitude, journaling, etc.  The book does an excellent job of illustrating why the disciplines are important, showing how each one will help you grow in godliness, and offering practical suggestions for cultivating them.  We will read a chapter each week and conduct a guided discussion.

Christian Education Hour, 9:30 am

Co-lead/facilitated by Stacey B. Susan S. and Joanne W.

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:

  • Women's Ministries

    Ladies Prayer Circle

    Tuesday mornings in various homes beginning at 10 am, NCPC is supported in prayer by faithful women who join together to approach the throne of grace boldly on behalf of the community. For more information about locations, contact the church office.

                  Tuesdays, 10:00 – 11:30 am at NCPC

    Ladies Thursday Morning Bible Study

    Christ in you, the hope of glory.  

    A study in the book of Colossians

                Thursday Mornings, 9:30 – 11:00 am in the Conference Room

                Beginning January 19th

    Ladies Wednesday Evening Bible Study

                A Study in the book of Hebrews

                Resuming Jan 18, 2017 at 6:30 pm

  • Kids Quest - (grades k - 5)

    Wednesday evenings - resuming on Jan 11, 2017

    KidsQuest is a weekly meeting that will include Catechism lessons, scripture and hymn memorization, a continuing story, and social interaction. Our focus this year will be on God’s attributes, identifying our true needs, and open-Bible prayer. 

                Wednesday Evenings, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

                Resuming on January 4, 2017

  • youth - middle school & high school

    wednesday evenings - resuming on jan 11, 2017

    This Fall we will meet together for a 10 week series on the Gospels. What are they? Why are they in the Bible? What do they teach us about Jesus? How can we better understand them in light of the entire Bible? These are just some of the questions we will be asking. We’ll meet at the church from 6:30 until 8:00 pm. As always, we’ll have lots of snacks, games, and social interaction. Hope to see you all there.

                  Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

                  Resuming Jan 4, 2017

  • Men's ministries

    Men's Leadership College - Module 2 on Reformed Doctrine & Church Polity

    Answering the question: “What do the officers of the church believe?” will be the focus of this module as we work through the doctrines of grace articulated in the Westminster Confession of Faith and wrestle with what it means to be both Presbyterian and Reformed.

              Thursday evenings, 6:30 pm beginning January 5, 2017

    Taught by Dr. David G. Barker

    Studies in 1st Timothy

    Paul’s beneficial letter to his young intern, Timothy, is one of the most beneficial letters in the New Testament for the teaching of men in the church. Meant to strengthen this young man for the ministry, Paul is truly calling all Christian men to respond to the Spirit of God.

                  Wednesday evenings, 7:00 pm

                  Resuming Jan 11, 2017

    Taught by Dr. David G. Barker