Serve Together on an NCC Team

4:00 PM • Google Map

Contact: Krista Back • krista.back@theaterchurch.com

Serve Together: Join an NCC Team!

One of the best ways to meet people, use your gifts, and invest at NCC is to join a team. We have opportunities in so many areas! Test-drive a team before you commit.

YOU are NCC, and your campus needs your talents, your smile, your personality, your heart.
Not sure where to serve? Visit the Connections Table this weekend, or fill out this form.
Ready to jump in? Fill out this form.

Jordan 2018 Info Session

1:30 PM • National Community Church (7th St. Office) - Conference Room • Google Map

Contact: Ashley Anderson • jordan@aoneeight.org

Ashley Anderson, who is leading our Jordan 2018 mission team in August, will answer questions about the upcoming mission at NCC's office behind Miracle Theater.

Join us for our first mission to Jordan, where we will serve in a town whose population has doubled due to the influx of Syrian refugees since the crisis. During our trip we will partner with a local Jordanian church that has been serving the refugee community for the past 5 years. This could include teaching English or professional skills in their community center, distributing material needs, maintaining the church facility, participating in various children’s programs at the non-formal school, and prayer. As the situation on the ground continues to develop, our exact role may change. Potential useful areas of expertise: refugee engagement, Arabic language skills, experience in building interfaith relationships, trauma counseling, photography/filmmaking experience, experience with children.

NCC Youth Winter Escape

4:30 PM • Cove Valley Camp • Google Map

Contact: Steffen Humbert • steffen.humbert@theaterchurch.com

A few days away on retreat for all middle school and high school students! Register now.

Cove Valley Camp - 5357 Little Cove Rd. Mercersburg, PA 17236

Cost:
Early Bird - $225 thru Friday, January 12
Midway - $250 thru Friday, January 26
Final - $275 thru Friday, February 2

Why do we retreat?
Students are being pulled in a dozen different directions all school year long. Truth can become blurry and pressures can really begin to weigh in. Retreats afford students the opportunity to step away from the distractions to think clearly and experience Christ in a fresh way.