The NCBC Difference
We at NCBC worship together as a whole church family. We do not separate each family into separate parts. We want to worship with our children, our youth, senior adults, and with single adults as one united church body desiring to serve and glorify the Lord together.
Children are Welcome
Since we desire to worship as a complete church family we include our children in our worship service. We do not have a nursery; we do have a changing room if your baby needs attention. We encourage all families to bring their children into the sanctuary. Cooing babies don’t bother us one bit. Moreover, we believe it is important for children to be taught how to sit through the service (Deuteronomy 31:12-13; Ezra 10:1; Matthew 18:1-5; 19:13-15; Ephesians 6:1-4; Colossians 3:20). We also understand that children have a sin nature. If your children are practicing their sin nature, you are welcome to remove them from the room and practice your parental authority and discipline in the back or downstairs where the restrooms are located.
After the Sunday morning service, we invite you to join us for a fellowship meal. The Families of NCBC have brought food that we would love to share with you. We think worship is about more than just music and preaching. Fellowship is a lost art we’d like to help you rediscover (Acts 2:43-47). We would like to get to know you better and let you ask questions about the church in an informal time of fellowship.
We at NCBC don’t pass an offering plate. There is a table at the back of the sanctuary with an offering box. We do not expect our visitors to give, although you are welcome to do so. However, feel free to take your family and pray over the offering together (1 Chronicles 16:29; Psalms 96:8).
Sunday Evening Bible Studies
We have various Sunday Evening Bible Studies that meet in member’s homes. The Study topic and length varies. Contact us for the most current studies. Times are generally 6:00 PM for a light supper and 7:00 PM for the Study.