Worship Series for Lord's Day mornings and evenings

  • How can our Christian lives be enriched by reading other people's mail? Let's find out as we look over the shoulders of Ancient Mediterranean Greeks and Asians as we read letters intended for them but a blessing to us. We will look at the dynamic, powerful messages of an Apostle discipled by the risen Christ and find that there still are applications for us generally thousands of years later. We will endeavor to draw out the flavor of each book whilst summing up redundant material.

    Pastor Nick Hathaway

  • During the reign of Elizabeth I, England experienced the rise of the Puritans. For close to an entire century, their significance was profound and they deeply affected the idea of what it means to live the Christian life Coram Deo. England's political climate was used providentially to see the Puritan mind also move from England to Holland and eventually to the American colonies where its influence was significant upon the creation of the United States.

    Dr. David G. Barker

  • The puritans - all of life to the Glory of god

    Led by dr david g. barker

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

    Puritans and Puritanism are often very misunderstood and even misaligned. The common stereotype is that they were Pharisaical, legalistic, somber, punitive, and dry. But the Puritans saw and understood life in a way that many in the world do not. The Puritans not only took the theological mantle from John Calvin, they also committed themselves to take the gospel even to the very ends of the earth. They  started in England but took the gospel across the Atlantic Ocean and drove it deep into the founding of the United States.

  • treasures of encouragement

    led by mrs. janet barker

    Lord's day morning, at 9:30 am, at ncpc

    Encouragement - we all need it. We will go through Sharon Betters' examination of how freedom springs from a secure identity in Christ and how it enables you to reach out to others around you.

  • inquirer's class

    led by pastor nick hathaway

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

    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.