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Prayer Requests

Expectant Mothers: Missy J., Paulina V., Madeline S., Heather D., and Sydnee F.

Nancy T., Chris T.’s mom, passed into glory into the arms of her Savior, Jesus Christ this past Monday night. Please pray for Chris and her family during this time of loss.

The Missions Committee invites you to pray for the Coulbournes who just returned to Japan. See specific prayer requests at the end of the prayer list.

Gary, son of Norman and Nancy S., has been diagnosed with COVID-19. He is home trying to stay apart from his wife and 3 children. Please pray for healing and their protection.

David, Dr. Lu’s son, had his left foot amputated due to injury and diabetic condition. He is in relatively good spirits and trusts in the Lord.

Karen S.: Please pray for wisdom regarding steps to take toward pain relief from degenerative disc disease as well as steps to promote healing.

Brad T. as he continues on hospice and MaryAnn for strength and rest as she cares for him in their home.

Karen E.: Pray for healing and strength for her at her home.

Mel B., the uncle of our member Mikayla K., continues to experience small seizures, along with memory loss.

Dave B., Jill K.’s foster brother, as he continues treatment for cancer.

Elaine, Ellie P.’s niece, with pancreatic cancer. Please pray also that even through these struggles she may come to know Jesus Christ as her Savior.

Kayla, granddaughter of Doug and Chris T., as she continues treatment for optic nerve glioma.

Debbie H., daughter of Donna R., has been diagnosed with metastasized melanoma in her lung and is receiving immunotherapy.

Scott P., brother of Kent P., is trying non-chemo methods of cancer treatment. He is stable at this point and is happy to not be feeling the effects of chemo on his body.

Anna C., friend of the Stewarts, continues to battle metastatic breast cancer.

Kathleen M. as she continues to wrestle with her cancer.

Prayer Requests from the Coulbournes who have returned to Japan:

To settle back into their routine while they are self-quarantining in their apartment for two weeks

For Mr. N who has been attending Zoom services to attend the live services

For the church to be able to return to normal activities

For the team’s planning for future ministry


Evening Lecture on the Covenanters begins tonight at 5:30 pm. Special guest speaker, Mr. Robert O. Keys, will be teaching on The American

Covenanters of Ohio and the Underground Railroad.

Pastor Barker will be on study leave this week through November 1. He will still hold his Men’s Bible Study and the Leadership Module, but there will be no Adult Education Class for the Westminster Confession next Sunday morning, November 1. All other education hour classes will be held as usual next Lord’s Day.

Masquerade Swing Dance Ball: We invite anyone high school age and above to join us for a Masquerade Swing Dance Ball! Saturday, October 31, 7:00 – 10:00 pm. There will be door prizes, snacks, and more! Cole P. will DJ. A short 30 minute lesson will be provided at the beginning. Dress up however you want – masquerade-style, costume, suit and tie, ballroom dress, etc. A small $2 per person entrance fee will go towards snacks and NCPC’s mission fund. See Cole P. for more information.

30 Days of Prayer: November is our month of prayer for world missions, particularly for restricted-access countries where believers are often persecuted for their faith. Mission To The World is providing a printable 30 Days of Prayer Calendar for the month of November. It is available to download from their site, or we have printed copies available on the table in the narthex. In addition, this year MTW has launched a webpage version of the 30 days of prayer calendar. Each day includes a link for additional information. And finally, you can join MTW 30 Days of Prayer on Instagram, where they will share these requests throughout the month of November. A direct link to these three sites will be sent out by email to the congregation this week. Please watch for it, and thank you for all your prayers for world missions!

Care Food Night: Our next opportunity to feed the homeless of Harford County will be on Monday, November 2, at Calvary Baptist Church. See Pam M. for more information.

Volunteers Needed: Cole P. will be stepping down from the sound board ministry as of December 13th, 2020. He is seeking volunteers high school age to 99. If you’re 100, we’ll talk. The training process needs to begin prior to December 13th. Please contact Pastor Barker, Cole P., Kent P., or Matt B. if you are interested. Preferably three or more volunteers are needs to create a once-a-month rotation at the board.