The Church, Gender, & Sexuality: Loving Our Neighbors with Grace, Wisdom, and Truth
Our new Gospel Equipping course begins this Sunday at 11 am in the Friendship Hall downstairs. This course aims to explore and discuss how to embrace the Bible’s teachings on sexuality and gender and how to practically love friends, family, and neighbors in the LGBTQ community. Ted & Debbie Child, and Pastor Ben will be facilitating this discussion each Sunday through December 5. Click HERE
for more details.
Children's Ministry Update
is offered part way through the 9:15am service for children ages 4.5-2nd in the Friendship Hall downstairs.
(2.5-4.5) will be offered during the 9:15 service.
is at 11am for toddlers through 5th grade.
(birth- 2.5yrs) will be offered during both services.
When participating in Children’s Ministry activities, masks are required for children 5 years and older. In line with CDC recommendations, children under 2 years old should not wear masks, and masks are optional for children between 2 and 5 years old. For more information email Genesia Christensen at email@example.com
Fall 2021 Church Directory
We are updating our church directory! If you are new to the church or have updates since the Fall 2020 Directory, fill out this form. Contact Marilyn Sweet (firstname.lastname@example.org) to update your photograph or if you have any questions.
World focus: Boston Japanese Christian Church
Community focus: 12-17 year olds in the Foster Care system in MA
NSCBC focus:That Jesus would heal us from our unrighteous anger
Congregation: Sybil Coleman is recovering from a broken knee, continued perseverance for Peter Coleman as he receives treatment, Ellie Harris recovering at home after her hospital stay, and thanks for Nancy Burns’ recent surgery that showed no signs of cancer.
- Do you have prayer concerns? Email email@example.com, submit at nscbc.org/live, or call the church office.
Saturate Bible Reading Plan
This Fall, let’s continue to immerse ourselves deeply in the Scriptures by reading the the writings of the Apostle John. John, the "disciple Jesus loved," teaches us to love Christ and each other deeply, by presenting Jesus in all His beauty and fullness. By reading 1-2 chapters a day, six days a week, we'll read through all of the Gospel of John, the Johannine Epistles, and Revelation!
Download the NSCBC App!
Download our new NSCBC App! Have handy access to sermons, our calendar, kids resources, giving and more from your phone or tablet. Available on the Apple App Store
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To ensure your safety, we are following local safety guidelines on ventilation, hygiene, and sanitization throughout the facility. In line with CDC guidance for “red zones” with high delta transmission, we strongly encourage everyone (vaccinated or not) to wear masks inside the church building. The livestream service in the Family Room (Gym) at 9:15am is designated as a masks required service.
(Updated Oct 20, 2021)