Serve Locally


Join with A1:8 partners or initiatives to make a difference in your community.

  • Second Saturday Serve

    What keeps you up at night? What injustice, cause, or brokenness propels you to action? Second Saturday Serve is one place to figure that out, a starting point to living life on mission. Each month we serve our local community and provide an entry point to going deeper. Every NCC campus offers opportunities for you to serve as you are able right in your community.

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  • Campus Partners

  • Refugee Care

    Our vision is for every refugee family in the DMV to feel supported and welcomed into our community.

    We engage in everything from setting up apartments, walking alongside families, coaching youth, teaching English, partnering with other organizations, intentional prayer, and hosting education and awareness events.

    For more information, email

  • Living Room

    The Living Room is a small group that brings people together from all walks of life to fellowship and study the scriptures over a meal.

    While all are welcome, many individuals in this small group have found themselves living on the streets, in a local shelter, or as part of the working poor. The Living Room meets every Wednesday night at Ebenezers. Feel free to come join us for fellowship. We are also in need of volunteers to prepare meals for this small group. 

    For more information, email

  • InService

    InService is an outreach at Union Station and surrounding areas to build relationships with neighbors who are experiencing homelessness.

    We pass out lunches, but more importantly offer kindness, prayer, encouragement, and a listening ear. Our goal is to meet people where they are and invite them into a community where they feel welcomed and cared for through the love of Jesus.

    For more information, email

  • Anti-Trafficking

    Human trafficking is modern-day slavery and involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. NCC engages through a weekly prayer group, A1:8 Table (long term commitment working with a survivor) and prevention work with Love146. We also host education/awareness events with local partners. Let us know if you would like to be on a list to help with events.

    For more information, email

  • DC Dream Center

    One person at a time, the DC Dream Center inspires youth and adults to dare to dream, equipping them to reach their God-given potential. From mentoring and tutoring to personal development and legal assistance, the DC|DC encompasses a spectrum of programs from low-barrier after-school activities and tutoring, to programs that offer deeper engagement such as one-on-one mentoring. We are dedicated to serving the needs of the community through a holistic approach. One person at a time, the DC|DC inspires youth and adults to dare to dream and learn to lead, so that they reach their God-given potential.

    For more information, visit

  • DC 127

    DC127 exists to reverse the foster-care wait list in DC.  
    DC127 helps prospective foster parents navigate the process, while partnering with Safe Families For Children to recruit volunteers to support families in crisis. You can help NCC families who serve in this way by providing respite care or babysitting, cooking meals for families with recently placed kids, mentoring ,or providing needed resources.

    For more information, email or check out

  • Crocus Collective

    The Crocus Collective hosts get-togethers and teaches English as a Second Language Classes.
    The Crocus Collective is a faith-based women’s group created out of a desire to make connections with refugees of different cultures and origins. We host events, informal get togethers and English as a Second Language classes in order to connect with refugees in our area.

    For more information, check out The Crocus Collective or email 

  • The Way Home Campaign

    No one should be homeless. No one should be homeless for years.

    On any given night in the DC, there are nearly 1,700 individuals and families living on the streets and in shelters who are considered chronically homeless. The Way Home Campaign works to end chronic homelessness in DC with a coalition of service providers, faith based partners, and local businesses.

    For more information, check out The Way Home Campaign  and email

  • Restore Alexandria

    Restore Alexandria is a faith-based nonprofit that exists to empower neighbors and strengthen communities in the City of Alexandria.

    Specifically, we focus on community, leadership, and economic development that will lead to healthy, whole, and thriving neighborhoods and families, and to the spread of the gospel.

    For more information, check out Restore Alexandria or email

  • Washington Interfaith Network

    National Community Church partners with WIN to care for and serve with our most vulnerable DC residents on everything from housing to immigration.

    Washington Interfaith Network (WIN), is a broad-based, multi-racial, multi-faith, strictly non-partisan, District-wide citizens’ empowerment organization, rooted in local congregations and associations. National Community Church partners with WIN in their commitment to training and developing neighborhood leaders, to addressing community issues, and to holding elected and corporate officials accountable in Washington, DC.

    For more information, email