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Welcome to NCCU!

The New Community Church of Union is an interdenominational community of caring, committed people, embracing diversity, and creating opportunities for friendship, faith, and service. We are anchored in God’s love through Jesus Christ, and seek to reflect that love in our worship, education, fellowship, and service. We believe that together we CAN make a difference!
 

Sunday services:

8:30am & 10:30am*

Union Fire Hall, 50 E Seattle Street, Union (map) …just until the new building goes up!

*Kids Sunday School offered at the NCCU office during the 10:30 service
951 E Dalby Rd, Union (map)

Get Connected

We are a Community!

Find out where to meet people, listen to messages online, check out the event calendar to see what’s coming! 
 
Connect with us on our social platforms. Stay in tuned with our latest Facebook posts, and community fun!
 

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For 12 years the New Community Church of Union has enjoyed serving the greater Union Community, relying on external places for most of its activities. Our vision has always been of one day building a facility where worship, education, and fellowship can take place, but also where youth and seniors, civic clubs, and other public service events could find a home. Under the banners of “Anchored in God’s Love” and “All Are Welcome”, NCCU has been blessed to grow and build connections through its service. We believe that the time is NOW to turn dreams into reality by building a first stage facility on our property to meet those needs. 

 
 

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Let us Pray with You!

Yes, we care! Send an email letting us know about your prayer request or update to the NCCU ‘Prayer Force’ prayer chain. 
 
NCCU Folks, If you are not a part of the ‘Prayer Force’ prayer chain and would like to be, send a request to the NCCU Office

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Event Calendar

Always be ‘in the know’. Annual events, Bible Studies, and everything in between.  

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Sermon Library

Have to miss a Sunday? Listen from anywhere! 

The Latest Posts…

Hope… Not Just Wishful Thinking

From Pastor Oliver:

“We have been born anew  to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.” (1 Peter 1:3)

Of all the mind-boggling implications of Christ’s resurrection, nothing is more important for me than the gift of HOPE! Christ’s triumph over death on that first Easter means so many things to us today….death is no longer the end of the story, good trumps evil, sin and injustice have been paid for, and we are able to go through life with a sure and certain hope that because He lives, we too shall live with Him!


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It’s Time to Prune!

From Pastor Oliver,

“He prunes the branches that bear fruit so that they will bear more fruit.” John 15:2

February is a festive month! Count all the holidays in February, and you will see that it has more calendar events to celebrate than any other in the year. I also like being greeted by the primroses and daffodils showing up at the markets, reminding us that even though the weather is still wet and gray, spring is just around the corner!


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OIKOS

“I will bless you and you will be a blessing.”

(Genesis 12:2)

Standing in the heritage of the faith and calling of Abraham, through Jesus Christ, our mission here in Union has been stated as:

“TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS IN GOD’S LOVE THAT BLESS THE WORLD!”

In the Bible, God’s plan to put the sin wrecked world back together again, through Jesus Christ, began by


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Let’s see if we can keep it simple!

“For the foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom, and God’s weakness is stronger than the greatest of human strength.”
(1 Corinthians 1:25)

We all experience extra pressures during the Christmas prelude, but one in particular I fall prey to is the desire to communicate something new, exciting, and profound in my role as pastor this time of the year. We all know the story, and we have heard countless folks say, “…and that’s the real meaning of Christmas!” So how does one


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Thanksgiving Everyday!

“Bless the Lord O my soul, and all that is within me bless His holy name!”(Psalm 103:1)

 

The difference between “just surviving” and “thriving” is often simply two words….”THANK YOU”! 

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Help for those dealing with grief during the holidays…

SURVIVING the HOLIDAYS
No matter how long it’s been since your loved one died, grief can make the holidays a painful time. But there’s hope. Join us Thursday, November 6 for an encouraging seminar that will help you survive the holidays and discover new reasons to enjoy them again.