In accordance with public health guidelines, we are currently not gathering in-person for worship on Sunday mornings. Instead, we encourage you to join us for our live online worship services every Sunday at 9:30am:
If you are unable to watch those services live, they should be available for viewing on those same websites at any point after they begin to stream. Videos of each service will also be posted on the messages page of our church website later that same week.
Consistent with our desire to be good neighbors and help limit physical social interaction, here are a few more temporary changes that we are making:
- Until further notice, we have discontinued all mid-week large group events such as Monday GriefShare, Tuesday Youth Groups, Wednesday AWANA, and Thursday Celebrate Recovery meetings.
- We are limiting the number of staff who are at the church building during the day. Our aim is to have one person at the building every Monday through Friday, from 10am to 4pm in case you need to call or stop in for any reason.
- We are encouraging our small groups to be creative and find alternative ways to regularly connect and pray with one another.
In addition, please remember that while our interactions with each other may look different over the next several weeks, our mission in the world has not changed:
- God has gifted you with spiritual gifts that He intends you to use to build up His Church. So, look for opportunities to serve others in any way you can.
- Our call to share the Gospel with others is still in place. Now is our time to share Christ's message of grace and peace with a world in turmoil!
- Be in frequent prayer for our church and our community--and ask God to show you how you might love others in creative ways during this time.
As we anticipate one day being able to gather again as we have in the past, we also encourage you to work hard to maintain contact with others in your church family. Whether through calling or texting, be checking in with people you know--especially those who might be somewhat isolated.
We recognize that some of us may find ourselves in need of financial or physical help at this time. If that is true of you, please don't hesitate to reach out to us or others in your church family. And if you know of others who are in need, please do your best to either serve them or put them in contact with someone else who can help.
We also encourage you to pray with us for God's ongoing financial provision for Neighborhood Church that we might continue to labor to advance the Gospel both here at home and around the world. If you would like to give, you can mail your check to our church office or drop it off in person during our open hours. You can also give online by clicking here.
Until we're able to meet again!
Your NCAC Elders