While each Cupertino resident is different, we do have many similarities & common struggles. We want to find events & opportunities to emphasize & help with these, while also bringing our community together. This spring, we are hosting two workshops we hope will do that.
Anxiety, particularly in social situations, is a challenge for many of the people in our community. February 24 we are hosting a FREE workshop for teens and adults seeking help with anxiety. We have gathered professional mental health resources as well as people who are continuing to overcome anxiety to help anyone looking to better manage anxiety. Click the button below to register and for more information including what to expect.
Parenting is another similarity & struggle for many of us. Parenting can be difficult for many reasons, but particularly because our kids are constantly changing! As soon as we discover something that works with our parenting, our kids grow into a different phase. A newborn is quite different than a toddler, and a third grader is vastly different than a middle school student. Every year our kids change mentally, physically, culturally, relationally, emotionally, and morally. Every year is just a new phase to walk through together. Saturday, March 17 starting at 10am we are hosting a FREE workshop to help parents know what to expect in the next year ahead, simple steps to determine what is most important in this next phase, and some conversation ideas to help navigate these transitions. We also have some FREE gifts for parents!
Our 2018 FREE Community Egg Hunt is set for Saturday, March 24 with thousands of eggs, bouncehouses, activities, and much more!
Check back for more information as we get closer.
If you haven't been to church in a while or aren't sure you're ready to "go to church", we would love for you to check out an online service we posted for New Year's Weekend at online.nlnc.org! Watching this online service could be a great way to get to know us a little better. In this service, you will hear a song from one of our leaders, Kyle, and listen to a New Year's message from our Lead Pastor, Chris.