Sunday Mornings 9:00 am and 10:30 am

Equip is our Sunday morning educational hour where we seek to instruct the body of Christ in such a way as to encourage service and the building up of one another. Click here to listen to audio from current and past Equip classes.



Current Classes 

Introducing Equip K-Groups! The "K" stands for koinonia, which is "fellowship" in New Testament Greek. K-Groups are one of NCC’s expressions of a warm, fellowship environments in which we can fulfill the “one another” commands of Scripture while growing together in mutual discipleship and encouragement for the equipping of the body of Christ.

Beginning Sunday, April 2nd, we will have two K-Groups that will meet on Sunday mornings throughout the year in addition to the Student Ministry and The Bridge. Please consider joining one of the following groups starting in April:

First Hour (9:00 am - 10:15 am)

First Things First: How to Relate to God and Others

Leaders: Mike Grant & Jeremiah Kirberg

Jesus simplifies all of life in this very modest statement, “Love God and love others.” God created us to love and worship Him. We are also created to love one another and enjoy our distinctive Christian fellowship. Seems so simple but we all know that our relationships are very complex and riddled with difficulties. Come join us as we seek to get to the heart of fellowship and learn how the Bible teaches us to relate to one another.


Second Hour (10:30 am - 11:45 am)

The Parables & Miracles of Luke 

Leader: Joe Swigart

A third of Jesus' teaching in Scripture is in the form of parables. And though they typically make a simple point, Christ's parables are often misinterpreted and misunderstood. The parables found in Luke's Gospel are even less well known. Please come this Spring as we continue to plumb the diamond mine that is the Parables and Miracles of Luke.

Booze, Tattoos & Other Taboos

Leader: Jason Todd

Hot topics and grey areas- they can be confusing! How can we think biblically about tattoos, self-harm, politics, movies, and other touchy subjects? Let's bring the gospel and the light of Scripture to bear on these taboos.