Unplugged Conference

8:30 AM • Ebenezers Performance Space • Google Map

Contact: Jill Wyman • [email protected]

Unplugged is a relaxed no-frills, weekend that will provide an opportunity for church planters and leadership teams to get an in-depth, behind the scenes look at National Community Church. Attendance will be limited, but the Q & A time won’t.

Hear the inside scoop from the NCC leadership team on how they: launch new locations; disciple and create community in a multi-site and theater church setting; provide ministry for kids and families in mobile environments; cultivate a missional community through local and overseas outreach; and much, much more. Visit one of NCC’s service locations and meet with campus pastors and ministry volunteers.

Unplugged will be held at Ebenezers Coffeehouse®, NCC’s coffeehouse on Capitol Hill. On Sunday, attendees will have the opportunity to attend a location of their choice and meet with its campus pastor and ministry volunteers.

For more information

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Categories: All Church

Adopt-A-Block

10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

Contact: Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected]

Build relationships by serving and engaging the Randall Highlands community surrounding the Southeast White House and the site of the future DC Dream Center! We visit our neighbors not only to offer assistance however we can, but to hear the heart of the people and the commununity.

InService

11:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse/Union Station • Google Map

Contact: Dan Andrews • [email protected]

Meet up to distribute bagged lunches to our homeless friends surrounding the Union Station area. Our main focus is to establish and grow in relationships with those we meet, and invite them to the Wednesday Living Room small group. There they can find helpful, genuine fellowship, as well as physical and spiritual food.

All Church Service

6:00 PM • Lincoln Theatre • Google Map

Contact: • [email protected]

Join with your church family to celebrate baptisms, enjoy an awesome night of worship with 714, and take communion together.

Baptism: November 2nd could be your One Day. Baptism is an opportunity to mark your journey and declare your faith in Christ. If you've never been baptized, we'd love to be a part of celebrating with you. Email [email protected] for details. 

Childcare through kindergarten will be provided. 

Categories: All Church

Second Saturday Serve

8:30 AM • Various locations • Google Map

Contact: Helen Taylor • [email protected]

Second Saturday Serve is our way to serve our neighbors with no strings attached. Show up at one of the times and locations below and join one of a variety of service projects such as clean-up, painting, spending time with the elderly, or serving meals to the homeless. The projects vary each month. Just show up and bring friends!

We meet at the following times and locations:

  • Capitol Hill: Ebenezers Coffeehouse (201 F St NE) at 9am
  • Columbia Heights: Columbia Heights Recreation Center (1480 Girard St NW) at 10am
  • Georgetown: Heidi Scanlon’s (1627 35th St NW) at 10am
  • Northern Virginia: Regal Cinema Potomac Yard (3575 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Alexandria) at 9am
  • Gainesville: Regal Cinema (8001 Gateway Promenade Pl, Gainesville 20155) at 8:30am
  • For more detailed information on how you can help, go to http://www.aoneeight.org/package/second-saturday-serve/

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    Adopt-A-Block

    10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

    Contact: Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected]

    Build relationships by serving and engaging the Randall Highlands community surrounding the Southeast White House and the site of the future DC Dream Center! We visit our neighbors not only to offer assistance however we can, but to hear the heart of the people and the community.

    InService

    11:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse/Union Station • Google Map

    Contact: Dan Andrews • [email protected]

    Meet up to distribute bagged lunches to our homeless friends surrounding the Union Station area. Our main focus is to establish and grow in relationships with those we meet, and invite them to the Wednesday Living Room small group. There they can find helpful, genuine fellowship, as well as physical and spiritual food.

    Israel/Palestine 2015 Info Session

    2:00 PM • NCC 7th Street offices (Collab) • Google Map

    Contact: Celia Riley • [email protected]

    Celia Riley, who will be leading our Israel/Palestine mission in March of next year, will talk about the upcoming mission and answer any questions.

    We’ll experience life in the Holy Land in its current context, spending time in refugee camps, local churches, and a neighboring Christian farm. We’ll end the week volunteering at, or running in, the Right to Movement marathon, run by an organization focused on reconciliation and shedding light on restrictions of movement within Palestine.

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    Israel/Palestine 2015 Info Session

    6:30 PM • above Ebenezer's Coffeehouse • Google Map

    Contact: Celia Riley • [email protected]

    Celia Riley, who will be leading our Israel/Palestine mission in March of next year, will talk about the upcoming mission and answer any questions.

    We’ll experience life in the Holy Land in its current context, spending time in refugee camps, local churches, and a neighboring Christian farm. We’ll end the week volunteering at, or running in, the Right to Movement marathon, run by an organization focused on reconciliation and shedding light on restrictions of movement within Palestine.

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    Adopt-A-Block

    10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

    Contact: Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected]

    Build relationships by serving and engaging the Randall Highlands community surrounding the Southeast White House and the site of the future DC Dream Center! We visit our neighbors not only to offer assistance however we can, but to hear the heart of the people and the community.

    NCC Prayer: Prayer for the Persecuted Church

    7:00 PM • Barracks Row Theater • Google Map

    Contact: Heidi Scanlon • [email protected]

    Join fellow NCCers and other local churches in praying for the persecuted church around the globe. 

    The Night of Prayer for the Persecuted Church was birthed from the annual International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (http://idop.org/en/) and is an prayer event of the "local Washington church,” i.e. the body of Christ in the Washington metropolitan area. 

    This event will center around prayer, worship, and the testimonies of persecuted believers from such countries as Nigeria, Egypt, China, Iraq/Syria, and Turkey, who will share their stories of living in environments hostile to their faith in Christ. The evening will be anchored in 1 Corinthians 12:27, "Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it,” and unite the local church in prayer for the global Church.

    Categories: All Church , Prayer

    Crosswalk Kids Blessing Bag Supplies Drive

    9:00 AM • All NCC locations • Google Map

    Contact: Bethany • [email protected]

    On November 16th, we are collecting Blessing Bag donations for NCC's Inservice Homeless Ministry Thanksgiving Dinner. We are asking that each family donates supplies to bless those in need! 

    As a part of our A18Kids Missions Series, we are preparing decorations and Blessing Bags for the NCC InService Homeless Ministry Thanksgiving Dinner during Crosswalk Kids services. We are hoping that each CWK and other NCCers will donate the supplies for at least one complete Blessing Bag! 

    Blessing Bag supplies include basic survival necessities, personal care items and thoughtful extras that might brighten someone’s day. Items to include: toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, lotion, powder, Band-Aids, tissues, hand wipes, chapstick, crackers, trail mix, gum, warm socks, scarves, hats and gloves.

    InService

    11:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse/Union Station • Google Map

    Contact: Dan Andrews • [email protected]

    Meet up to distribute bagged lunches to our homeless friends surrounding the Union Station area. Our main focus is to establish and grow in relationships with those we meet, and invite them to the Wednesday Living Room small group. There they can find helpful, genuine fellowship, as well as physical and spiritual food.

    Israel/Palestine 2015 Info Session

    2:00 PM • NCC 7th Street offices (Collab) • Google Map

    Contact: Celia Riley • [email protected]

    Celia Riley, who will be leading our Israel/Palestine mission in March of next year, will talk about the upcoming mission and answer any questions.

    We’ll experience life in the Holy Land in its current context, spending time in refugee camps, local churches, and a neighboring Christian farm. We’ll end the week volunteering at, or running in, the Right to Movement marathon, run by an organization focused on reconciliation and shedding light on restrictions of movement within Palestine.

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    A18: Engage

    7:30 PM • Barracks Row Theater • Google Map

    Contact: • [email protected]

    A night of inspiration as stories are shared of justice, care, and compassion by ordinary NCCers. Learn how we can serve and engage people in our city and abroad.

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    Israel/Palestine 2015 Info Session

    6:30 PM • above Ebenezer's Coffeehouse • Google Map

    Contact: Celia Riley • [email protected]

    Celia Riley, who will be leading our Israel/Palestine mission in March of next year, will talk about the upcoming mission and answer any questions.

    We’ll experience life in the Holy Land in its current context, spending time in refugee camps, local churches, and a neighboring Christian farm. We’ll end the week volunteering at, or running in, the Right to Movement marathon, run by an organization focused on reconciliation and shedding light on restrictions of movement within Palestine.

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    InService 101

    7:00 PM • Duran Paint & Wallcoverings • Google Map

    Contact: Dan Andrews or Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected], [email protected]

    Join us for an educational evening on addressing homelessness in Washington, DC. Jill Carmichael and Adam Maier will share their unique insight on ways to ACT (Assist the poor, Care for the sick, and Transform through reconciliation). 

    Adopt-A-Block

    10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

    Contact: Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected]

    Build relationships by serving and engaging the Randall Highlands community surrounding the Southeast White House and the site of the future DC Dream Center! We visit our neighbors not only to offer assistance however we can, but to hear the heart of the people and the community.

    Thanksgiving InService Meal

    10:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    Join NCCers across locations to serve our homeless community.

    The Sunday before Thanksgiving, we will serve, greet, love and feed our friends in the performance space at Ebenezers Coffeehouse.  

    If you would like to bring food and volunteer for this annual event, please email [email protected]

    Thanksgiving Day Service 2014

    10:00 AM • Barracks Row Theater • Google Map

    Contact: • [email protected]

    Join your NCC family as we celebrate Thanksgiving together! Families may enjoy the service together. 

    No childcare or kid's programming.

    Categories: All Church

    Adopt-A-Block

    10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

    Contact: Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected]

    Build relationships by serving and engaging the Randall Highlands community surrounding the Southeast White House and the site of the future DC Dream Center! We visit our neighbors not only to offer assistance however we can, but to hear the heart of the people and the community.

    Jingle Jam

    11:00 AM • Barracks Row Theater • Google Map

    Contact: Katie Gonzales • [email protected]

    Jingle Jam is a an exciting event and the perfect way to celebrate Christmas with your family! This season, join us for an interactive and fun retelling of the Christmas story. During the holidays, it's easy to get wrapped up in stuff. We want to inspire your family to get wrapped up in the idea of generosity and how God gave us His Son, Jesus! Join us this year for Jingle Jam and invite your friends!

    Cookie party to follow

    InService

    11:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse/Union Station • Google Map

    Contact: Dan Andrews • [email protected]

    Meet up to distribute bagged lunches to our homeless friends surrounding the Union Station area. Our main focus is to establish and grow in relationships with those we meet, and invite them to the Wednesday Living Room small group. There they can find helpful, genuine fellowship, as well as physical and spiritual food.

    Second Saturday Serve

    8:30 AM • Various locations • Google Map

    Contact: Helen Taylor • [email protected]

    Second Saturday Serve is our way to serve our neighbors with no strings attached. Show up at one of the times and locations below and join one of a variety of service projects such as clean-up, painting, spending time with the elderly, or serving meals to the homeless. The projects vary each month. Just show up and bring friends!

    We meet at the following times and locations:

  • Capitol Hill: Ebenezers Coffeehouse (201 F St NE) at 9am
  • Columbia Heights: Columbia Heights Recreation Center (1480 Girard St NW) at 10am
  • Georgetown: Heidi Scanlon’s (1627 35th St NW) at 10am
  • Northern Virginia: Regal Cinema Potomac Yard (3575 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Alexandria) at 9am
  • Gainesville: Regal Cinema (8001 Gateway Promenade Pl, Gainesville 20155) at 8:30am
  • For more detailed information on how you can help, go to http://www.aoneeight.org/package/second-saturday-serve/

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    Adopt-A-Block

    10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

    Contact: Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected]

    Build relationships by serving and engaging the Randall Highlands community surrounding the Southeast White House and the site of the future DC Dream Center! We visit our neighbors not only to offer assistance however we can, but to hear the heart of the people and the community.

    InService

    11:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse/Union Station • Google Map

    Contact: Dan Andrews • [email protected]

    Meet up to distribute bagged lunches to our homeless friends surrounding the Union Station area. Our main focus is to establish and grow in relationships with those we meet, and invite them to the Wednesday Living Room small group. There they can find helpful, genuine fellowship, as well as physical and spiritual food.

    The Brilliance Advent Tour with 714

    8:00 PM • The Miracle Theatre • Google Map

    Contact: Juliet Main • [email protected]

    The Brilliance is one of an emerging new breed of Christian artists who are taking our nature as “storied” creatures seriously and putting forward a sort of “new liturgy” which both honors the past and points the way forward into the future.

    Their music is about our story, exploring the essence of who we are as God’s creation and as His reflection. Taking their musicality to new heights, blending strings, keys, percussion and voice, along with poetry and prayer, The Brilliance appeals to diverse audiences — across generations, denominations, and cultures.

    http://thebrilliancemusic.com

    http://714music.com

    $12 adv / $15 day of

    Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1uHgivq

    For more information about the concert and how to buy tickets visit: ebenezerscoffeehouse.com/events

    Categories: 714 Worship , All Church

    Adopt-A-Block

    10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

    Contact: Rebecca Sadtler • [email protected]

    Build relationships by serving and engaging the Randall Highlands community surrounding the Southeast White House and the site of the future DC Dream Center! We visit our neighbors not only to offer assistance however we can, but to hear the heart of the people and the community.

    InService

    11:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse/Union Station • Google Map

    Contact: Dan Andrews • [email protected]

    Meet up to distribute bagged lunches to our homeless friends surrounding the Union Station area. Our main focus is to establish and grow in relationships with those we meet, and invite them to the Wednesday Living Room small group. There they can find helpful, genuine fellowship, as well as physical and spiritual food.

    Christmas Eve Service

    5:00 PM • Lincoln • Google Map

    Contact: • [email protected]

    Come to Lincoln Theatre and enjoy Christmas Eve service as a church family together. Families are invited to enjoy this service together.

    Categories: All Church

    Christmas Weekend Services

    10:30 AM • Lincoln Theatre • Google Map

    Contact: • [email protected]

    Christmas Weekend Services - December 27th (Services only at Lincoln and Gainesville)

    Time: 10:30am

    Location: Lincoln

    Kid's programming offered for birth through Kindergarten. Older kids are invited to enjoy the service with their parents. 

    Gainesville: Christmas Weekend Services

    10:30 AM • Regal Theater in Gainesville • Google Map

    Contact: Robb Schmidgall • [email protected]

    Christmas Weekend Services - December 27th 

    Time: 10:30

    Location: Gainesville

    Information coming soon on childcare...

    Categories: Gainesville

    Pastors and Pop-tarts

    2:30 PM • Pastors and Pop-tarts • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    New to NCC and want to get connected? Come and meet Pastor Joel, try a local favorite pop-tart and learn more about our small groups and serving opportunities!

    Meets at 530 7th Street SE after the 9:00am, 10:30am and noon services at Barracks Row.

    Categories: Barracks Row

    Pastors and Pop-tarts

    2:30 PM • Pastors and Pop-tarts • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    New to NCC and want to get connected? Come and meet Pastor Joel, try a local favorite pop-tart and learn more about our small groups and serving opportunities!

    Meets at 530 7th Street SE after the 9:00am, 10:30am and noon services at Barracks Row.

    Categories: Barracks Row

    Pastors and Pop-tarts

    3:00 PM • Pastors and Pop-tarts • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    New to NCC and want to get connected? Come and meet Pastor Joel, try a local favorite pop-tart and learn more about our small groups and serving opportunities!

    Meets at 530 7th Street SE after the 9:00am, 10:30am and noon services at Barracks Row.

    Categories: Barracks Row

    Pastors and Pop-tarts

    3:00 PM • Pastors and Pop-tarts • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    New to NCC and want to get connected? Come and meet Pastor Joel, try a local favorite pop-tart and learn more about our small groups and serving opportunities!

    Meets at 530 7th Street SE after the 9:00am, 10:30am and noon services at Barracks Row.

    Categories: Barracks Row

    Pastors and Pop-tarts

    3:00 PM • Pastors and Pop-tarts • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    New to NCC and want to get connected? Come and meet Pastor Joel, try a local favorite pop-tart and learn more about our small groups and serving opportunities!

    Meets at 530 7th Street SE after the 9:00am, 10:30am and noon services at Barracks Row.

    Categories: Barracks Row

    Pastors and Pop-tarts

    9:00 AM • Pastors and Pop-tarts • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    New to NCC and want to get connected? Come and meet Pastor Joel, try a local favorite pop-tart and learn more about our small groups and serving opportunities!

    Meets at 530 7th Street SE after the 9:00am, 10:30am and noon services at Barracks Row.

    Categories: Barracks Row