Welcome to new covenant

New Covenant Presbyterian Church is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).  We believe that God is sufficient for all of life's needs.  We claim it, we depend on it, we trust in it, and we thrive under it.  His Word and His Spirit are the precious bonds that hold us together.  We hope you visit with us soon and get to know us better.  

We're still here

Due to Coronavirus protocols in the state of Maryland, all services and ministries we are able to continue are online only. The building is closed until further notice.

The church office is open remotely to take calls and handle church business. Call ahead to see if the building is open or if you need to stop by.

What's NEW

NCPC Youtube channel

For more ways to nurture and grow check out our YouTube channel: NCPC in Abingdon. You'll find resources such as morning and evening sermons, weekly devotionals, and NCCS chapel meetings.


If you are at least a high school graduate and not yet finished college, please join us on Google Meet on Thursdays at 9 PM to study of the Westminster Standards Teaching on the Holy Spirit. For an invite email Pastor Nick at nicholas.hathaway@ncpres.org.


To continue to enrich your children while we postpone Wednesday evening activities, explore memorization lessons by Pastor Nick Hathaway here. *Possibly change privacy setting to open

hallelujah chorus

Check out this wonderful video from the College Church in Wheaton, Illinois of the Hallelujah Chorus. It's a perfect reminder that God is in control! Hallelujah!

The worship of God is our greatest desire and our chief aim.

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For more detailed information about our sermon series - CLICK HERE

  • living and growing in the family of god



    11:00 AM


  • the lord's supper



  • scripture sings



    5:00 PM

    Meeting at NCPC

Special Services, Events, Retreats & Conferences

Throughout the year, New Covenant offers special retreats and conferences for the entire congregation or for specific groups.  Please look at this section to see if there is a special event you would like to attend.  

    Upcoming Events (to be resumed as soon as possible)

    To knit members together in love and to build them up in the Lord.

    • pilgrim's progress for young adults

      second and Last Sundays of each month at various homes

      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.

      Meeting at various homes after morning worship services.

      Led by Pastor David G, Barker

    • free blood pressure screening

      We offer free blood pressure screening on second Lord’s Day morning of each month, immediately after the worship service.

    • men's monday morning bible study


      Monday mornings, 6:00 - 7:00 am

      We will look at men in the Bible and the decisions they made and how God used those choices. We will leave right at 7:00 am to get to our jobs on time. Coffee will be provided.




      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.

    • american heritage girls


      Every first and third Monday at 7:00 pm

      American Heritage Girls (AHG) is a national Christian organization dedicated to “building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country”, emphasizing spiritual and character development, leadership, teamwork and confidence, life skills, and social development. This program is open to girls between the ages of 5 and 18. Our troop (#1316) meets on the first and third Monday of the month from 7-8:30 pm.

      More information about AHG is available at:


    • ladies prayer group


      tuesday mornings, 10:00 am

      Tuesday mornings (year-round) in the conference room 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.     

    • quest - (grades 5-8)


      wednesday evenings

      We'll be learning hymns, memorizing Scripture and the shorter catechism in the worship room, and playing games in the gym. We will also be learning the basics of acting and improvisation.

    • kids quest - (k - grade 4)


      Wednesday evenings

      We'll be learning hymns, memorizing Scripture and children's catechism in the worship room, and playing games in the gym. We will also be learning how to take care of pets.

    • wednesday night ladies bible study


      wednesday evenings

      We'll complete our last 10 lessons: #11 "Battle with Apollyon" - #20 "The Celestial City" in our study, "Perils and Providence: A study of the Christian Life in the 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.

    • Wednesday night men's bible study


      wednesday evenings

      Among all the letters Paul wrote to the various churches he was involved in starting and developing, the church in Philippi was special to his heart. This letter is one of personal testimony and of encouragement to the believers. Christian men today need both - to hear how the Lord works in the lives of one another and to be bolstered in their own struggles and issues to trust in this faithful God.

    • thursday morning ladies bible study


      Thursdays,  10:00 - 11:30 am

      Our study will be of Mark, using the book, Son of God: Mark 1:1-9:13 by Keri Folmar.

    • Men's Leadership college -- module 3

      "What do elders and deacons do?"

      A men's leadership group led by Pastor David G. Barker one night a week.

      Focus: To apply and experience the roles of office within the church, be trained in the opportunities of service, and to be practically challenged in exercising the Great Commission.

    • vision -- (grades 9 - 12)


      thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30 pm

      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.