We all have goals, plans, hopes, and dreams for our future. Things we want to start – or maybe stop – doing. But how do we get there?
You’re invited to start the new year pondering your future beginning January 6.
As many of us look for a fresh start with a new year, everyone is welcome to join us for a short time of prayer for each other, for our community, and for the year ahead. No matter what your experience with prayer, you are invited to this come-and-go, 20-30 minute gathering. More info by at button above.
To love our community, we have formed partnerships with existing local & global nonprofit organizations who are already supporting, loving, and meeting the needs of our community. These nonprofits do amazing work that we want to encourage and invest in with our resources. Click above to learn more about our partners and how we partner with them.
Earlier this year, we hosted 2 workshops designed to provide some help to our community in 2 important areas - anxiety & parenting.
Many of us struggle to overcome and manage our anxiety. For some, social situations can be particularly paralyzing. For others, demands at work make us anxious. Then there is family, aging parents, kids, and our significant others. Below is the link to the many of the resources from the workshop we hosted on anxiety.
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. Contact us at the button below, and we would love to share the notes & resources we discussed about the opportunities we can leverage as parents in each unique phase of a child's life.
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 join us online at online.nlnc.org the weekend of Dec 30, 2018. Watching this online service could be a great way for you to get to know us a little better. In this service, you will hear a song led by our Worship Leader, Rick, and our band, followed by a short message from our Lead Pastor, Chris.