Children's & Youth Sunday School

Sunday mornings, 9:30 AM

Pre-K - Kindergarten Combined - Through the stories they hear, they will learn about God's love and faithfulness to his children.


Grades 1-2: GROWING IN GOD - God sent Jesus to the cross to pay the price for our sin, forgive us and give us hearts that are willing to trust and obey our loving heavenly Father.


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


Grades 6-8: A study of the book of Acts and the Non-Pauline Letters. Middle School students are encouraged 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 Historical Books and Daniel. High School students 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, Deuteronomy. This study will meet in Pastor Nick's office.


Adult Christian Education

Sunday mornings, 9:30 AM

Confessing our Faith - A Survey of the Westminster Confession

What is broadly hailed as the finest human summation of the gospel continued to be the doctrinal stand of historic Presbyterianism for over 400 years. We will examine the history and writing of this important document and why it is so important today.

Christian Education Hour, 9:30 am

Beginning September 13, 2020

Dr. David G. Barker


Inquirers' 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

Beginning September 13, 2020

Pastor Nicholas Hathaway





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 16 - November 18

    We'll be learning hymns and memorizing Scripture and the children's catechism in the worship center, and playing games in the gym. We will also be learning about different jobs, problems, and opportunities that NCPC fathers face in their careers in our series, "What Does Daddy Do All Day?" Fathers will introduce a picture, an object, a problem, and a skill from their calling.


    Quest (Grades 5 - 8)

    Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    September 16 - November 18

    We'll be learning hymns and memorizing Scripture and the shorter catechism in the worship center, and playing games in the gym. We will also be learning about various ways one can serve the church in our series, "Kirk at Work." We'll hear from secretaries, deacons, sound techs, and more about the work they do to accomplish the ministry of the church. 


    High School Bible Study (Grades 9-12)

    Stay tuned! We are hoping to have this Bible Study group meeting on Wednesday evenings at the church building during our Family Night studies. More information forthcoming.

  • Men's Ministries

    Men's Bible Study: 

             Paul's Letter to the Church in Philippi

    Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 7:30 pm

    September 16 - November 18

    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.


    Leadership College - Module 1: 

             "Christian Character, Growth, and Discipleship"

    Dates and Times to be announced

    The focus of module one is to examine and discuss the priority and characteristics of biblical manhood and brotherhood, and to learn God's prescriptions for headship in the home and leadership in the church. Emphasis will be on one's own spiritual growth, the development of friendships within the class and the larger church body, and the increase in trust and support among the men.

  • 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 Ginny F. in the conference room.

     

     

    Wednesday Night Ladies Bible Study

    Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    September 16 - November 18

    This fall, the Wednesday evening Women's Bible Study will be on the book of Philippians. The study will use a group "read - discover - discussion" style format guided by the leader. We will also be learning how to discover by paying attention to how the history, purpose, structure, text, and language are used to proclaim Christ and our joy in Him. Led by Nancy C.