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We believe our responsibility as followers of Jesus is to care for one another. Our NCC Care Team is here to help you or someone you know in times of difficulty. We can provide care in various areas, and we want to make sure you know exactly what those are.
The Meal Team provides meals to families during and after a crisis. Serving on this team requires a willingness to be contacted when a need for meal support comes up. Volunteers prepare, purchase and/or deliver meals. To volunteer to be on this team or if you need meals, contact Katie Anderson or submit a request now.
We have established a special fund called the ACTS Fund to help with short-term financial needs such as utilities, groceries, rent or mortgage, and more. This fund was started to help individuals and families within NCC and those closely associated. If you are aware of a situation that could use the blessing of the ACTS Fund, click here.
Perhaps you find yourself in the position to help
others financially during this time. If you would like to donate to the
ACTS fund, click here.
In 2019, NCC held a listening session on mental health and the church. Many expressed the need for education, support, and resources related to mental health issues. As a result of the feedback, a Mental Health Taskforce was created to work on how to best address these needs at NCC. We will share information on various mental health issues, provide education, and keep you updated.
Wrapped in the arms of love and prayers!
The Prayer Shawl Team gathers once a month and works on their own time to knit and crochet shawls, scarves, lap blankets, prayer squares, baby blankets, etc. The team prays for the people who will receive the items as they are being made. When prayer needs arise, these shawls are given to those as a comforting gift. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Gretchen Coppin.
For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.
Matthew 25: 35-36