Health & Safety

We look forward to worshipping together on Sunday! We have a variety of ways for you to join us. Please connect with us however you feel most comfortable. 

  • In-person worship services at 9:00 & 11:00 AM in the Worship Center. (Service times change to 9:00 & 10:30 on October 4.)
  • A traditional service is offered at 9:00 AM in the High School Room. Music is live and the message will be livestreamed to the big screens.  (No traditional service on Labor Day.)
  • We now offer a mask-required space at 11:00 AM in the High School Room. The music and message will be livestreamed to the big screens.
  • Livestream services are also available for you to connect from your home. 

Children (Birth to Pre-K)
NCBC Kids ministry for children from birth to Pre-K (those who have not yet attended Kindergarten) is available during the 9:00 AM service only. Kids who are older may join the regular adult service or continue to participate in GNNNN, the online kid's offering, at home, or in small groups. Older kids ministry resumes October 4.

If you are healthy and feel comfortable to join us in person:
We look forward to welcoming you! We ask that you practice social distancing and abide by the additional measures we've put in place -- like changes to the seating options in the Worship Center, for example -- for everyone's health and safety.

Worshiping from Home: 
Our worship services will continue to be livestreamed. You will continue to find messages and resources for you, for small groups, and for families on the "Watch Now" page of our website, and on our church app.

The Good News Now News Network, our collection of lessons and activities for kids, will remain available at the Kids At Home page, and you can worship through giving online at ncbc.church/give. Many small groups are still meeting through Zoom meetings.

Whether we're gathered together at our church building or with loved ones at home, we want you to feel comfortable and blessed in your choice to worship. We want to safely celebrate the many ways we're seeing God move. We want to continue pursuing God, pursuing others, and practicing His ways. 

If you have questions, concerns, thoughts, or ideas as we re-open our doors, please email us. Your feedback truly matters to us.

Prayerfully,
Chad Johnson
Executive Pastor

You can find more information about coronavirus (COVID-19) here