A Time to Build

“So we rebuilt the wall…for the people worked with all their heart.”  (Nehemiah 4:6)

Nehemiah was an encouraging leader in the Old Testament, about 430 B.C. who inspired the Jews in Jerusalem to rebuild their city wall after the Babylonian captivity. It wasn’t an easy task but it was completed in only 52 days because of one key factor  found in this verse…the people worked with all their heart!

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“Are We There Yet?”

“Immediately after this, (feeding 5,000), Jesus insisted that his disciples get back into the boat and head across the lake to Bethsaida.”

(Mark 6:45)

“Are we there yet?” Any of us who have traveled with children have heard those words before. We grow up viewing the destination as everything and the journey as something to be endured.  However, God’s purposes are not like that.

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Seek First the Kingdom

“But seek the Kingdom of God above all else,

and His righteousness, and all these other things

shall be yours as well!” (Matt. 6:33)

Jesus established the focus for our lives and also the church in these simple words. His Kingdom is the active personal reign of God, here and now, made possible by the reality of the Holy Spirit. His righteousness has nothing to do with what we can do for God but the new understanding of who we are because of what He has done for us!

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Annual Building Fund Auction this Saturday, June 21

NCCU Dinner Auction

Proceeds to benefit the Church/Community Center “Building Fund”

Saturday, June 21, 4-8pm

To be held at Hood Canal School

(On the corner of Hwy 101 & 106)

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Spring… It’s Time to Plant!

“The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display His craftsmanship.” (Psalm 19:1)
“The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it.” (Psalm 24:1)


Of all the seasons of the year, none get me quite as excited as springtime! Warmer, longer days make everything seem alive, from the early morning thousand throated choirs of birds to the gorgeous sunsets over Hood Canal and the Olympics! All of life seems to have an extra exclamation point to it!! The Psalm writer sees all of nature as a radiant witness to our Creator, and invites us to be thankful and to worship!

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Listen to Pastor Terry’s KMAS Radio Spot – ‘The True Meaning of Easter’

In case you missed it on KMAS, you can listen to Pastor Terry’s radio bite right here! We hope to see you on Sunday morning… come help us celebrate!

Did you know you can listen to NCCU Sermons online?

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Miss a Sunday? Out of town? Are you one of our ‘Snowbirds’? 

Take advantage of our sermon library listed under the ‘Spiritual Growth’ link above!