Welcome!

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, February

But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure;
then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial, and sincere.
Peacemakers who sow in peace reap a harvest of righteousness.
James 3:17-18


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Missions Focus

February's Missions Communiqué features Summit Christian College. During February we will be collecting a Love Offering for SCC.


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 6:30 in the Chapel, with Easter Cantata practice at 7:15. 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, February 21
    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 are due by March 12, 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.


Book club

Our women's book group is reading the classic novel In His Steps by Charles Sheldon, the story of one church's pledge to consider "What would Jesus do?" before each and every decision.

We will discuss the book at our meeting on February 20. 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 below 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

We are beginning 2017 with an extended series on the BOOK of JAMES. People love James because it is simple and practical. It gives us clear instructions on how we ought to live. That is true, but James is more than just a book of morals. Underneath all of these commands for moral living is an image of a good God who loves us and gives good gifts; a good God who wants us to love and serve him in return. James is saying that when we keep our eyes on the good God we will live better lives filled with purity and purpose.

Let's make 2017 the best year yet!

January 1: Faith and Real Life James 1:1-18 Listen:


January 8: The Word that Goes to Work James 1:19-27

January 15: The Poison of Partiality James 2:1-13

January 22: Faith & Works James 2:14-26; Ephesians 2:8-10

February 5: Taming the tongue James 3:1-12

February 12: True wisdom James 3:13-18

February 19: Humility & Faith James 4:1-10

February 26: Each day is a gift from God James 4:13-17

March 5: Share your resources James 5:1-6

March 12: God is at work for our good James 5:7-12

March 19: Prayer reveals God's will James 5:13-18


January 29: Ironic Injustice 2 Samuel 12:1-14


Listen to previous sermons

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


Season of Transition

The new search for a Student Pastor has begun. Please keep the hiring team and the candidates in your prayers. Big things are happening here at NC, and we can't wait to see what's to come!

Read Through the Bible in 2017

Pick up a full-year reading guide at the Welcome Center. For other options, check out oneyearbibleonline.com or backtothebible.org.


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. Visit the lobby table for more information and a sign-up sheet; pay your $150 non-refundable deposit by February 26.


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. Biggest needs in February 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

We also use egg cartons and plastic grocery bags.

Please leave donations in designated bins.