Come check out Student Ministries at NCC!

Upcoming Events

  • G3 Gift Drive for Imani

    Thursday, December 13, from 6:30-8:45 p.m.

    Each Christmas, NCC students have an opportunity to serve our mission partner Imani Christian Academy. G3 stands for Gather, Go and Give:

                GATHER at NCC to hear about Imani.

                GO to Target to purchase toys and school supplies for Imani students.

                Wrap the gifts so they can be GIVEN out at Imani’s Christmas party.

    Participants should bring $25 cash with them, and students are encouraged to raise that money themselves. Sign up online to attend or to help as a chaperone or driver.

  • Ice Skating Party

    Thursday, December 20, from 7:15-9 p.m.    North Park Ice Skating Rink

    Students are invited to the annual NCCSM Skating Christmas Party! Admission is $5 for students, and skate rental is $2, if you don't have your own skates. Don't forget to wear your ugliest, craziest Christmas sweater!

We are the youth!

We love our students! This moment in life can be both amazing and hard, and our community of students have shown love for each other and for spreading the love of Jesus to our community and beyond.

The vision of New Community Church Student Ministries is to guide students to Know God and Make God Known.  We seek to accomplish this through prayer, scripture, service, community, and worship. As we pursue that vision, we pray that God will transform our students to be HOLI:

Humble Owners of their faith, Loving people of Integrity

This is not just a vision. Parents are seeing this become a reality in their students' lives and they express their gratitude for the role that Adam and Joel play in their students' lives.

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Our students in grades sixth, seventh, and eighth meet on Sunday mornings at the 9 and 11 a.m. services during the school year. Thrive meets and sits together upstairs in the Worship Center in the section designated on the left side. After the worship time, students  head downstairs for a time of Bible study.

On Sunday, May 22, 2016, the middle school Thrive classes held question and answer sessions with Student Ministries Director Joel Friend and Senior Pastor Mark Bolton.


Listen to 9 a.m. Thrive Q & A

Listen to 11 a.m. Thrive Q & A


Student Activities

Mission Trips to Appalachia

Mission Trips to Haiti

Laurelville Retreat for Middle School

Laurelville Retreat for High School

Surf City for Middle School

Pulse - High School Retreat

Discipleship Groups

Bible Study Groups

Serving Opportunities in Pittsburgh

Join Our Team

Do you enjoy working with students? It takes special people to give up your time and talents to build relationships with the students and their families. All individuals applying for any position involving the supervision of minors must have a background check run on them. NCC uses this process to provide and ensure a safe and secure environment for the students attend Edge, Revolution, and other student ministry camps and events. If you are over eighteen years of age and interested in serving in Student Ministries, you must complete clearance documentation. Contact for more information.

It is our prayer that each student grow to become fully devoted, passionate, disciples who KNOW Jesus Christ, GROW up in Him, and GO out for Him.