Welcome to Union!

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!

We are a Community!

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For 15 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’s Take a Trip to Bethlehem This Christmas!

Joseph went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem…  He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child.  Luke 2: 4,5

As the crow flies, it was a journey of approximately 65 miles.  Christmas pictures always show Mary riding a donkey, but we really have no idea of their mode of travel.  Whether on foot or on the back of a brown animal, it wasn’t an easy journey, especially for a woman nearing the end of her pregnancy.

Why did she go? 

True, government officials decreed a census and that everyone must go to one’s “own city”, the place one’s family called home.  Perhaps Mary was also quite ready to leave the village of Nazareth where tongues were wagging about her pregnancy and unmarried status.

Mary and Joseph knew they were going far from family and into a city whose streets would be clogged with strangers.  There would be no one to welcome them, no cozy place to birth the expected child.  The journey was long and hard, the destination uncertain.

Nearly nine months before their arrival in Bethlehem, Mary spoke life-changing words to God, words that were to comfort her in the many uncertain years ahead:

I am the Lord’s servant.  May it be to me as You have said.”  With those simple words of faith, she could endure the long journey on the back of a donkey, the cold streets of Bethlehem, and a crude stable with its straw-lined manger.

Where is your Bethlehem? 
Has the path been long, the people uncaring, the circumstances burdensome?  When we submit ourselves as servants to a loving God, we can in quietness and confidence add, “May it be to me as You have said”, no matter the place or position in which we find ourselves.

Merry Christmas, Everyone!

Pastor Clint




It is so exciting to see God build His Church (NCCU)! The exciting thing for me is not that the Church building is going up (although that is very exciting).  The exciting thing is that the Church that God is growing here is going to fill it.  That’s the exciting thing —— that God has been building your lives, and now you are having to build a building to hold it.  God is growing a Church.   God is building the Church.  God is doing it with living stones. 

Right before our eyes we are seeing God build a church of living stones.  I think it is important for us to recognize what God wants to do with the Church.There is a blueprint of how to build a Church found in:
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42 All the believers devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals (including the Lord’s Supper), and to prayer. 43 A deep sense of awe came over them all, and the apostles performed many miraculous signs and wonders. 44 And all the believers met together in one place and shared everything they had. 45 They sold their property and possessions and shared the money with those in need. 46 They worshiped together at the Temple each day, met in homes for the Lord’s Supper, and shared their meals with great joy and generosity — 47 all the while praising God and enjoying the goodwill of all the people. And each day the Lord added to their fellowship those who were being saved.

Ten years from now only God knows what this place will be, but my prayer is that God will add daily to the New Community Church of Union.

See you in Church,

Pastor Clint

Join us for Union’s 15th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner


Saturday, November 12, the Union Fire Hall will once again be the site of one massive Thanksgiving Dinner that will not only feed those that attend on the day, but also many around our community in the coming months through the food bank donations that will be collected. 

You are invited!

If you have not had the chance to be our guest yet, this is the perfect year to start! All are welcome! 

Every year this event draws hundreds from the greater Union area and everyone participates in their own way. From those that volunteer countless hours in planning and gathering donations, to community businesses that donate food preparation and freezer space, to those who come to gather around tables and simply bless each other with good conversation and fellowship.

Join us!

working together to prepare huge amounts of dressing

Saturday, November 12th, 12 - 6 pm
50 East Seattle Street, Union, WA (corner of Seattle and E 3rd Street)
FREE! Cash and non-perishable food items will be collected for area food banks.
For more info: 
Call, email, or stop by the church office. 360.898.7855 | NCCU@theNCCU.org

Welcome Pastor Clint & Kathy Webb to NCCU!

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Greetings from Pastor Clint —

These words are from Clint, chosen by the will of God to be an interim pastor of Christ Jesus. I am writing to God’s holy people in Union, who are faithful followers of Christ Jesus. May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you grace & peace.
These preceding words would have been written to you 2,000 years ago. Today, Kathy & I just say, “Hello, everyone!”
First of all we want to thank you for your warm welcome to New Community Church. You have made us feel at home. The Woodards’ home that has been provided for us is simply wonderful! We feel privileged that God has allowed us to be with you here in ministry at this time in the history of this church. Wow! To think that in a few months you will be in a new building — the first church building in Union. Then there is the reason Kathy & I are here, to prepare the way for the coming of a new Pastor. We are looking forward to seeing what God is going to accomplish. Last Saturday morning at Women’s Ministry Valerie Rees creatively shared what I believe is ahead for each of us in this church family. Change Happens All the time. New is good. God is Excited. Pray for us! Pray for the Pastoral Search Committee! Rejoice together as you see your building become reality. And above all, give glory to God for what He is doing. See you in church. Your friend, Pastor Clint    

A message from Pastor Gary

From Pastor Gary Shirbish:

News of this reached the church in Jerusalem, and they sent Barnabas to Antioch. 23 When he arrived and saw what the grace of God had done, he was glad and encouraged them all to remain true to the Lord with all their hearts." (Acts 11: 22-23 NIV)
We have an awesome task ahead of us.
Actually we have more than one; we are looking forward to both our first building and our second pastor. These are not small undertakings, and each can be stressful to us as individuals and as a corporate body. I want us to hold fast to encouragement and hope as we move through this process. In Acts chapter 11, Luke has recorded a story of the growth of the church following a great persecution. This could have been a time when the leadership would have become discouraged and withdrawn. But instead here we read of the “Good News” being preached no longer to just the Jews, but also to the gentiles. They (the leadership) kept calm and kept on doing God’s work.

He (Barnabas) was a wise choice for a number of reasons. From Cyprus, he would have had a natural national connection with the “evangelists” who had started the movement in Antioch. Barnabas was a generous man, having participated in the offering for the needs of the early Jerusalem church (4:36–37). His most redeeming quality, however, was wrapped up in the meaning of his name—“son of encouragement.” Barnabas had been the one willing to stick his neck out when everyone else was afraid of Saul of Tarsus and suspected Saul’s conversion to have been a trap for Christians (9:27). Barnabas began living up to his name by encouraging the believers. The Greek term here for encouraging is “parekalei” and can carry the idea of “encouragement,” “comfort,” “help,” or even “strong urging” and “counsel.”.

Like Barnabas arriving in Antioch, I have arrived in Union and with great joy have seen the work that has been done here through God’s grace. You are a very amazing group of God’s children, using each of your talents to build the entire Body.

In the likeness of Barnabas, God has a wise choice of a leader for us.

I am excited to see what God is going to do in this place. Every day that I come to the office I stand inside the boundary lines of the new building and pray for NCCU to be a place where God’s glory will shine as a beacon to the community in a way that inspires us to say

“Look at what the LORD has done”.

16 May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope, 17 encourage your hearts and strengthen you in every good deed and word.
(2 Thessalonians 2: 16-17 NIV)

Pastor Gary



From Pastor Oliver:

"Be filled wih the Holy Spirit, singing....and making melody with your heart to the Lord." Ephesians 5:18-19

The Apostle Paul remembered how the church of Ephesus was birthed through their own experience of Pentecost as told in Acts 19:1-7. In his letter to them, written from a Roman jail cell, he reminded them that the power of the Holy Spirit was more than a one-time happening in their lives, but the essential fullness of God's love that they needed to shine every day with the light of Christ.
"Allow yourselves to be continually made full of the Holy Spirit" is the actual translation of the Greek here, and it points us to the promise that the Holy Spirit is given to us personally, and corporately, so that we can shine with the light of Christ as we continue to serve Him in our world today.

I'm really excited as we approach the celebration of Pentecost Sunday in the life of the Church today, on May 15th, that we can continue to ask our Loving Father to pour out upon us the good gift of the Holy Spirit! It is only by the fullness of God's Spirit that we can have the energy and power we need to blossom and bear fruits as God's people today. Praise God there is no energy crisis or shortage where Holy Spirit is involved!

God is faithful!
Pastor Terry Oliver