2018 Missions Conference

"Our World, Our Mission, Our Vision"

March 9 - 11 at NCPC

In 1517, Martin Luther published his 95 thesis  

A lot has happened since then, but the TRUTH has never changed....

  • Friday, March 9

    Dinner and evening program

    5:30 - 6:30 PM:  A Latin American Dinner hosted by the O'Steen and Paulson Shepherding Groups.  Suggested donation if $3/individual or $15/family.

    7:00 - 8:30 PM:  Evening Program

           Special Music

           Ministry Report - Linda Karner (Japan)

           Message 1:  "Our World" by the Rev. Richard Ramsey

  • saturday, march 10

    brunch and breakout sessions

    10:00 - 11:00 AM:  Brunch hosted by young men and dads

    Breakout Sessions - CLICK HERE for session options

    11:00 AM:   Breakout Session #1

    12 Noon:  Breakout Session #2 (children's program provided)

  • saturday, march 10

    evening program

    6:30 - 8:00 PM:  Evening Program

           Special Music

           Ministry Report - David White, Harvest USA

           Message #2: "Our Mission" by the Rev. Richard Ramsey

  • sunday, march 11

    morning and evening services & Events

    9:30 - 10:30 AM:  Adults and Youth - Prayer for Missionaries

                                Grades 1-5 - Discussion with Linda Karner (Japan)

    11:00 - 12:30 PM:  Worship Service

           Message #3:  "Our Vision" by the Rev. Richard Ramsey

    6:30 - 7:30 PM:  Evening Service

           Ministry Report - Richard Ramsay, Latin America

           Missionary Videos

    7:30 - 8:30 PM:  Ice Cream Social hosted by the youth of NCPC

Service & Outreach

Then those who gladly received his word were baptized;

and that day about three thousand souls were added to them.

And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship,

in the breaking of bread, and in prayers. (Acts 2:41-42)

Service and Outreach ministries endeavor to share the good news of Christ’s love to people in need, with the goal of helping people to know God through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. This includes the continuing and faithful ministry of the Deacons for physical aid of all sorts for those within the congregation as well as for those who approach us for help for the first time. It also includes ministries of compassion and aid such as serving meals to the homeless and needy on a regular basis.

We support Alpha’s Glory Crisis Pregnancy Center, Birthright, Care Food Night (feeding the homeless of Harford Co.), Harford County Gideons, and Harford Family House.

World Missions

On a national level, New Covenant supports Navigators, Covenant College, Greenville Seminary, Bethany Christian Services, Harvest Ministries, Ridge Haven, CHAIM, Mission to North America, and the PCA Chaplaincy.

Internationally, we support missionaries in Japan, England, Kenya, France, Asia, Latin America, Mexico, and Slovakia. We also support World Harvest Mission and Wycliffe Bible Translators.

Missions Conferences

Missions Conferences are held annually and may include events such as international dinners, youth missions projects, visiting missionaries, and keynote speakers. Our very active Missions Committee supervises our support of fulltime missionaries all around the world and organizes Short Term Missions endeavors. Several of our college students have spent their spring breaks or summers serving on the mission field in countries such as Belize, Malawi, Senegal, Kenya, Thailand, and Mexico. These trips are either student-led through their specific college, or else sponsored by denominational organizations. We are eager to help these efforts by offering our prayers and financial support.