Worship Series for Lord's Day mornings and evenings

  • The letter to the Ephesians is much shorter than Paul's epic work, the book of Romans, however it is nothing if it is not a distilled and wonderful version of the doctrines of and applications for the life of the Christian. We will work through this letter together in order to glean Paul's inspired direction and encouragement for us today.

    Dr. David G. Barker

  • evening worship series

    The Gospel according to moses

    The book of Exodus describes how the Lord provides His people a way out of slavery to the world and a way into an intimate relationship with Him. In light of the New Testament we know that Jesus is our exodus, our way out and our way in. Join us on Sunday evenings as we trace the gospel story through the Exodus story in this new sermon series.

    Pastor Nicholas Hathaway


    led by RE LEU BEACH

    lord's day mornings, at 9:30 am, at ncpc

    In this age of self, Grant reminds us that cultural noise will always be noisy. The cacophonous societal wailing over fleeting injustices is like a prowling lion looking for someone to devour. The church is "Plan A" in God's great scheme of things - and there is no "Plan B." This is the will of God: your sanctification. How then shall we live? We shall live according to the word of God.

  • The world around the old testament

    led by rev. Nicholas hathaway, mr. jonathan ceci, and mr. nathan markette

    lord's day mornings, at 9:30 am, at ncpc

    Our eyes frequently glide over the many unfamiliar names of people groups in the Old Testament as we read Scripture. If we knew more about those people groups, we could better understand the stories and prophecies of the Bible. Join us as we teach a 13-week series using the book "The World Around the Old Testament." Our study of each of the following people groups will deepen our understanding of Scripture: the Amorites, the Assyrians, the Babylonians, the Ugaritians, the Egyptians, the Hittites, the Arameans, the Phoenicians, the Philistines, the Persians, the Arabians, and the Greeks.