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Welcome to Northglenn Christian Church located at 1800 E. 105th Place, Northglenn, Colorado. Our building is at the southwest corner of 105th Place and Irma Drive.

We offer three worship services each Sunday morning, at 8:30 and 10:00. The only difference in the services is the musical style. At the 8:30 and 10:00 services in the Chapel, we sing choruses and traditional hymns with piano and organ accompaniment. The 10:00 service in the Auditorium offers a more contemporary style of worship with guitars and drums.


Verse of the Month - April

We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that,
just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father,
we too may live a new life.
Romans 6:4


Please join us Easter Sunday at 7:00 am in the Chapel. This is a full service with the same content as the 8:30 service.

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Missions Focus

Our Missions Communiqué for April highlights Camp Como, which is enjoyed by dozens of NCC folks each year.


Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
WHEN? 5:30 PM Saturday, April 22
WHAT IS IT? A fun evening for adults, young and old, to get to know each other better over a meal.
HOW DOES IT WORK? The host fixes the main dish and guests are asked to bring a side dish. Host will be told how many to expect, but not who. Guests meet at the church and receive a map to their dinner location. Upon arrival, you will get acquainted and have your meal.
HOW DO I JOIN? Sign up at the table in the lobby or in your Sunday School class.

Child care (5th grade and younger) with meal will be provided at the church by the Bible Bowl team beginning at 5:30 pm. All donations for child care will go to the Bible Bowl team.


Coffee and Canvas

Our next Coffee and Canvas for adults is Saturday May 6 at 2 pm in the Student Center. Cost is $15, due when you sign up at the table in the lobby. Bring a snack to share, an easel if you have one, and a great attitude!

Weekly Adult Activities

Tuesdays

  • Moms in Prayer meets 8:00-9:00 am in the Meeting Room. Come be reminded of just how big our God is and turn over your worries and concerns about our children and the schools they attend.

Wednesdays

  • Lunchtime small group meets 11:30-12:30 in room 208. We study the weekly sermon, using study guides available at the Welcome Center.
  • Evening small groups meet 6:30 - 8:00 in Room 208 and The Meeting Room.
  • Our adult choir practices at 7:00 in the Chapel. All voices are welcome!
  • Grief Share meets at 10:30. More information below.

Saturdays

  • Women's Bible Study meets at 9:00-10:00 am in The Meeting Room.

activities for Seniors

  • Senior Luncheon Tuesday, April 18
    All seniors are invited to meet at Golden Corral (97th & Grant) for our monthly luncheon.

Camp Como

This summer's camps: These kids/students camp fees are for regular attendees at NCC. (Grades listed are for the 2017-2018 school year.) Registration forms and a non-refundable deposit of $50 have already been collected, with the balance due by May 7.

STUDENTS

June 4 - 9 Middle School, Grades 6-8 $155
June 18 - 23 High School, Grades 9-12 $160

KIDS

July 10 - 13 Prospector, Grades 4-5 $93
July 14 - 16 Tenderfoot, Grades 1-3 with parent $60

ADULTS

July 24 Young at Heart - Seniors 55+ $30

For more information, contact the church office or see the Camp Como Web site.


Women's Retreat

Wish you could get away to the mountains? Want to relax with friends, share laughter and stories, spend time with God?
Then join us at Sweet Life Café!

WHAT: NCC Women's Retreat
WHEN: August 11 - 13 (Friday evening through Sunday noon)
WHERE: YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch near Granby.
COST for two nights lodging, six meals, and a Retreat Kit: Five in a room: $165.60 per person
Four: $181.50
Three: $208.00
Two: $260.50
One: $402.00

More information and sign-up available in the lobby.

Book club

The next book for our women's book group is Seeing Jesus by Jeffrey McClain Jones. Philly Thompson lives alone with his cat, Irving, in a one-bedroom apartment in Chicago. When this ordinary guy stumbles into an extraordinary experience, everything seems possible, except staying stuck in that same dull life. Seeing and hearing Jesus right beside him rocks Philly’s world and reaches beyond him to his coworkers, his girlfriends, and his family.

We will discuss the book at our meeting
on May 22. Contact the church office for location.

This grief recovery support group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 10:30 am. Resources are available for adults, teens, and children who are dealing with the loss of a loved one. The current 13-week series began January 25. You can join any time, as each meeting is stand-alone.
The one-time $20 cost includes a workbook.


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Click on the link above right (www.facebook.com/northglenncc) and "like" NCC to keep current on what's happening here, be informed about current prayer needs, and interact with the weekly sermon.

Sunday messages

Heaven Meets Earth

There is no greater event in all human history than the resurrection of Jesus. In the resurrection, we see God's incredible power on full display. The Bible says that the same power that rose Jesus from the grave is readily available to us today. So why do so many of us live such powerless lives? As Easter approaches, join us we look at Jesus's life, death, and resurrection. We're going to look at a few of the most powerful moments in the life of Jesus and learn what is possible for our lives when we put our trust in him.

March 26: The Meekness of Christ John 13:1-17

April 2: The Disciples and the Wonderful, Amazing, Not Bad, Very Good Day John 6:1-21

April 9: Choir cantata, Because He Lives

April 16: A New Reality


Listen to previous sermons

Click here to find recordings of messages from the last 12 months.


Season of Transition

We are thrilled to announce that Matt & Julia Wilcox will be coming to Northglenn where Matt will serve as our Student Pastor!

God is moving in this place and we are excited about our future. We are eager to get Matt here in May and get our feet to the ground building God's Kingdom. God is good!

WHO: Everyone, young and old
WHEN: Sunday, April 30, after the 10 am services
WHERE: NCC Auditorium
WHAT DO I BRING: Main dish plus side dish or dessert
CHURCH WILL PROVIDE: Table service and drinks
HOW CAN I HELP: Show up!
Plus, we will set up and tear down as an NCC family.

Socks and Skivvies Collection April 16

Underwear and socks are needed for homeless kids, men, and women. All donations will go to Denver Rescue Mission and Sox Place.


Bring your 'Labels for Education' for Shiloh Christian Children's Ranch and drop them in the collection bag on the mission board. They are used toward the purchase of arts, academic, and athletic items.

We also collect "Box Tops for Education" to help out area schools.

Amor Mission Trip

Each year a group of NCC missionaries ventures to Tijuana, Mexico, to build a home for a deserving family. The home is simple–11x22 feet, cement floor, stud walls, stucco–yet will change the lives of the family forever. This year's dates (NCC's 25th trip) are July 22-28.
The trip, which costs $400 plus meals while traveling (approx. $100), is open to all ages, though those younger than high school must be accompanied by a parent. The initial sign-up period has passed; speak with David for more information.


Other opportunities

  • The Senior Hub is in need of drivers for Meals on Wheels. Call 303-426-4408.
  • There are many opportunities to serve our schools, such as in a classroom, the lunchroom, or library, or providing janitorial help. If you walk your students to school or to the bus, take along a plastic bag to pick up trash along the way.

Food Bank

Our Food Bank is used by over 80 families each month. Items most needed in April are highlighted.

Canned goods
Corn, peas, green beans Tomato sauce Canned tuna, other meats
Fruit Tomatoes
Pinto or kidney beans Spaghetti sauce Peanut butter
Baked beans Canned spaghetti, etc. Soup
Dry foods
Ramen Macaroni & cheese Spaghetti, noodles (dry pasta)
Instant potatoes
Boxed meals Breakfast cereal Rice
Refrigerated/frozen goods
Eggs Ground beef Ground turkey
Chicken Pork chops

We also use egg cartons and plastic grocery bags.

Please leave donations in designated bins.