Small groups for married couples and singles, young adults, and college students

The New Testament speaks of groups of believers meeting regularly in the intimacy of a home rather than a church building.  Jesus established His church by investing the bulk of his time to a small intimate fellowship of twelve disciples. It was within this group that Jesus built relationships, taught and trained, imparted authority and power, and eventually commissioned to begin the Church.  A vibrant church is made up of dynamic groups that are growing and multiplying.  Here at NCFC, our weekly “Oikos (house church)” is a place where people will find real community and grow spiritually.  Just as the human body is made up of cells working together, we believe that the local church is most healthy when smaller groups of believers and seekers get together outside of Sunday service for prayer, ministry, discussion, and sharing life together.

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“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship,
to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” – Acts 2:42