Kid’s corner sunday school

Leaders: Ray & LAurie Copelin (503) 523-8724

II Timothy 3:16: All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right.Purpose: to point attendees to Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, using our textbook, the Bible                                             

home teams (small groups)

Various times & locations

Leaders: Ray & LAurie Copelin. Call or text us at (503) 523-8724

Acts 2:42: 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.
We are here to help people discover Jesus and develop a deep relationship with Him. Home teams also exist so people can form closer relationships with each other, study God’s word together, as well as pray for and encourage one another.
 

MEN OF Integrity (MOI)

3rd Saturday of the month | 9 am – 10 am | Worship Center

Leaders: Marshall Maring (360) 463-3136 | Bill Randolph (360) 898-2712

The third Saturday of the month MOI hosts a breakfast which offers opportunities for broken and healing men seeking the truth in Christ. No condemnation! If you do not attend a church currently, this is a good way to get to know these men who look just like you, from all backgrounds and see how walking in faith is changing their lives in powerful ways. Bring your Bible, bring a friend!
 

Quilter’s Group

Tuesdays | 10:00 am – 1:00 pm | NCCU Office

Leader: Sandy Carney – (360) 490-3856

Every Tuesday the church office is bustling with women busy working on sewing/handwork projects. Anyone can join and learn the art of quilting! These lovely quilts are given to the elderly in local care facilities, presented to local organizations such as Care Net Pregnancy Center and Habitat for Humanity. Baby Quilts are sold at the church office along with other handmade items, beautiful fabric purses, table runners, receiving blankets, pot holders and more! The sales from these quilts and gifts help the Quilters to continue on with needed supplies, keeping this vital ministry going.
 

Women of Faith (Women’s Fellowship)

1st Saturday of the month | 10 am-11:30 am| Worship Center

Leaders: Valerie Rees (360) 898-2866 | lecia Avey (970) 209-3440

Our purpose is to grow our faith, to build lasting friendships by encouraging each other to use the gifts that God has given each us to serve Him in our Church, our community and worldwide.

COMMUNICATION MINISTRY

Nancy Johnson: (206) 604-5871

The communications ministry exists to inform, promote and represent the New Community Church of Union; acting as a conduit between NCCU, Union, and the Mason County community.
 
 
 

Fellowship MINISTRY

Paula Wood (253) 732-7456

We are the hands and feet of God in serving our community. We prepare for and serve the needs of those attending all church events, spreading God’s welcome, light and comfort to all people involved.

 

 

Care Ministry 

To be God’s servants and share God’s love through His works
 
Through God’s love we provide service for all that call upon us. We are like the “Tree of Life” that has many branches and includes:
  • The Backpack Ministry led by Judi Woodard (360) 898-0148, provides snacks to children in need at the Hood Canal School.
  • Transportation Ministry provides rides to Doctor appointments, shopping, and even to church. 
  • Benevolence Ministry | Jolene Mc Arthur (360) 801-1896. Financial and other personal requests, information & support.
  • The Card Ministry | Lori Zimmerman (360) 877-6302 & Nila LeGault (805) 264-9813  The cards that these women send are a small act of   kindness yet touches souls in times of sickness & loss.
  • Love INC. We are in partnership with Love INC. of Mason County, providing community service.  Mike Murphy (360) 633-6446
  • Jobs for Life:  Kelly Holtz – (916) 212-1444

Worship team MINISTRY   

Leader: Dan Washburn (360) 440-6127

Leading others to a relationship with Jesus by praising him and worshiping him in song.  Creating a worshipful atmosphere for hearing God’s word in the sermon.  Praising the Lord with all of our voices and instruments.
 
Psalms 150

1 Praise the Lord. Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens.  2 Praise him for his acts of power; praise him for his surpassing greatness.  3 Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet, praise him with the harp and lyre, 4 praise him with timbrel and dancing, praise him with the strings and pipe, 5 praise him with the clash of cymbals, praise him with resounding cymbals.  6 Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.

Praise the Lord.