Women's Summer Study

In the summer, it's easy to fall away from spending consistent time with the Lord. This 6-week study about Jesus' famous teaching known as the Sermon on the Mount will challenge you to study Jesus' words in Matthew 5, 6, & 7 in a fresh way.


Tuesday evenings at the church office-June 18 & 25, July 16, 23, & 30, and August 6, 6:30- 8 pm


Friday mornings at NCC-June 21 & 28, July 19 & 26, and August 2 & 9 from 9:15-11 am    

*Free childcare available at the Friday study


Register here by June 9th!

Women's Interest Groups & Events

  • Moms Connect

    Meets the first Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7:30 pm at NCC

    Moms Connect is a group for moms of young kids (birth through elementary) to walk through motherhood together. If you are looking for community in what can be an isolated season of life, join us for Moms Connect! Free childcare is provided. Moms Connect will meet may times this Summer! click here if you are interested!

  • Single Ladies Socials

    Meets monthly from 5:30-7:30 pm.

    If you are a single lady, you are going to want to be a part of this group! Register here!

NCC Women's Ministry welcomes women of our church and community to join us as we impact lives together for the Kingdom of God.

Leadership Team

(Pictured from left to right)

Melanie Holcombe, Sara Stewart, Michelle Rice, Joy Johnson, Jenn Leapline, Judy Stewart (not pictured)

The MISSION of the Women's Ministry is to foster opportunities for the Holy Spirit to transform our lives through: Christ-centered community, using Scripture to become more Christlike, and serving one another in love.

The VISION for Women's Ministry is to be Spirit-led to: live the Word of God more fully, love others selflessly, and share the Gospel boldly.

The VALUES of Women's Ministry are: making disciples, living the Gospel (Matthew 28:18-20), providing spiritual community, and caring connection.

"When Kingdom women become passionate about what God is passionate about, a positive change can occur in our lives, families, our homes, and our nation!"

Pastor Tony Evans