These are the guiding convictions that shape NCC's identity.
Our Manifesto describes our unique "churchprint" and outlines our purpose.
NCCers are a family of dreamers. We are a dream-factory where people get a vision from God and go for it!
We're a church of people who come from many different backgrounds and church traditions.
After the school where we met was condemned, we found ourselves at the start of an adventure that would come to shape everything we are today.
The NCC staff is a team dedicated to facilitating ministry in DC and around the world every day of the year.
If you've already visited or are considering, NCC is a great place to belong. There are many ways to get involved.
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The enemy tempted Eve in Genesis 3 by asking, "Did God really say?" to plant a seed of unbelief and distrust in her heart. He then proceeded to twist‐‐ slightly‐‐ the true words of God. He does the same today. We grab onto these twisted words because they sound close enough to be true. They are the lies we tell and the lies we embrace based on bad theology‐ from elevating cultural context above Biblical context, lifting verses out of context, or simply wanting quick comfort for ourselves or others. We use these words to comfort and judge and to condone and condemn. But it's not what God really said.
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NCC aims to create a culture that is wise in resources and generous in faith. We are committed to outreach and believe in supporting the local church through regular tithes and offerings. From managing your online giving account to donating to an NCCer's missions trip, this page is home central for everything giving at NCC.
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