Covid-19 information

Our leadership team is carefully and continually monitoring the COVID pandemic. As information evolves, this page will be updated with the most recent changes. We will also post to our facebook page. We are committed to doing everything we can to provide a safe environment for our church family and surrounding community.
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In-house services have resumed. Please wear a face mask and make every effort possible to socially distance. We also ask that you do not hug or shake hands at this time.
If you prefer you can connect with us via our livestream on Facebook, Sunday at 10:30 am, and reach out to us so we can pray for you.
The Bible tells us not to fear situations like this but to also use our God-given wisdom and discernment. We have occasionally had to cancel services due to internal or external covid related concerns. If that happens, we will post the closure on facebook or you can call us and ask to be placed on our notification list and you will receive an automated call to notify you.
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We have compiled a list of resources to provide fellowship, support and spiritual enrichment to our congregants and community members.
You can find those resources, here.
What else is NCC currently doing about the virus?
  • First and foremost, we are praying. Join us in prayer against this pandemic.
  • Our leadership is still available to you, please reach out via facebook Messenger (preferred), email or phone call.
  • We are continuing to monitor the situation and will act accordingly.
  • If you do not want to attend in-person services, we stream the service live on our facebook page at 10:30 am Sunday. If  you are not on facebook, we will post the service here on our site, later in the day.
  • For those with no internet access, the previous week's show can be viewed in the North Country on cable channel 30 on Sundays at 10am and 7pm and Thursdays at 8pm.
This list will evolve as we learn new information. 
May God bless and keep you.
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