Game Nite!

Friday November 2 … Fun and Games for all ages.  Bring a snack to share, if you have a game, bring it.  If you have kids, bring them.  And bring your game face! 7:00 pm

Mens Fellowship Breakfast

Saturday.  8:00 AM.  Nov 10.
A mix of ages. We have a good time, eat well, laugh a lot, learn some, and welcome all who want to join.

We support Habitat

Our HABITAT FOR HUMANITY house is scheduled for completion in January.  Volunteers are needed Thursday AM and Saturday AM
This is an opportunity to learn some building skills, to meet like minded people, and to make a signficant contribution to a needy family.  Please join us @ 1756 S.  6th Street.
Questions can be directed to John Beals through our church office at 614 457 6290


The 2016 Reconciliation Offering will be received in congregations on September 25 and October 2.

The Special Offering is used to fund our Church’s mission imperative to become a pro-reconciling and anti-racist church utilizing experiential education,

inclusive worship and intentional dialogue. Our efforts to promote healing, relationship and restoration in the whole family of God are enlivened by funds from this offering. Through it we are able to provide programs for leadership development, curriculum for dialogue and learning, and partnerships within the Church and our communities.

Recent events have reignited the conversation about human brokenness evidenced in the sin of racism and perpetuated in our institutional structures and systems. Your generous giving to Reconciliation Ministry is transforming lives and strengthening Christ’s witness in the world showing that we love one another, even as Christ continues to love us!


Walk. Give. Change the World

Join us for the 39th Columbus CROP Hunger Walk! Walkers and Sponsors are Needed! You can register for the walk at: and join our team at The youth will provide a sandwich lunch after church, and we will gather at the Scioto Audubon

Metro Park (400 W. Whittier) to walk together. (Distance options from 0.75 miles to 5K!) Registration for the walk starts at 12:00pm. Be sure to join us this year for our send-off rally at 12:30pm with some special guests. There is a short and long route, so bring the whole family (even the four-legged members)! And new this year is an extension to the route using more of the SciotoGreenway Trail up toward the beautiful and brand new green-space along the Scioto Mile in Downtown Columbus!

Crop Hunger Walks help to provide food and water, as well as resources that empower people to meet their own needs. From seeds and tools, to wells and water systems, to technical training and micro-enterprise loans, the key is people working together to identify their own development priorities, their strengths and their needs; something Church World Service has learned through some 70 years of working in partnership around the world.

Last year the CROP walk raised close to $12 million dollars and NWCC was the 2nd highest giving church in Columbus! With your help this year, we can make it to number 1!

“When you are hungry, you can’t think about anything else.” Please plan on joining us!

Bruce Anschutz, NWCC Team Captain 614-595- 4048

For the Christian Women

Ohio Women’s Ministries Retreat Service Projects

2016 OWM Fall Retreat September 9-11, 2016 at Camp Christian, Magnetic Springs,

Ohio Theme: “Change–What???”

The retreat will include a service project, “Days for Girls,” creating personal hygiene kits that enable girls to continue attending school throughout the month. Donations can be made of panties (girl’s size 10-14), small washcloths, travel-size soap, one-gallon size non-slider Ziploc brand bags, flannel fabric, and thread. Kits will be sewed and assembled at the retreat.

Also donations are being accepted for the Cleveland Christian Home: Gift Cards to Target or Giant Eagle; school supplies; winter boots; winter coats; gloves and hats; thermal underwear; blankets; slippers; sweatshirts (men’s sizes M-XL); Boxers (men’s sizes M-XL).

What is Children’s Bible Zone

Its what we do to nurture our chlidren age 3 through 5th grade during the 10:30 am service, beginning September 18th
This group begins at 10:30 worship, and then exits to the Chapel for singing, birthdays, and sharing the story of the day.  Then we break into separate age-specific classrooms for activities that reinforce the story.

New Class for Children

Faith Friends, for ages 3 through 1st grade
Beginning September 18th, Room 8, 9:15 am, this is fun, games, crafts, and stories that illuminate the lives of biblical characters at a level appropriate for this age group.

Another Water Well – Completed!

Thanks to the generosity of the NWCC family, the 2016 water well is being installed in Africa!   We gave more than the goal … the $$$ will go to more clean water

Trust in The Lord

It's simple. It's short. Yet it's incredibly powerful. Proverbs 3:5-6 is one of the most familiar passages in the Bible–with good reason. It sets forth a life-changing truth that is worthy of our attention. Spend three minutes reading this article, and see if you agree.

Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.

Let's break down this life-changing truth to make sure we understand it.


Trust in the Lord.

It starts with trust. Any real relationship has to start with some level of trust. It's the only way a friendship will endure. It's the only way a marriage will work out. It's the simple reason why an employer hires workers, or why the workers stay employed. It's all about trust. Trust in the Lord, however, takes on an entirely new dimension. This is our trust in an eternal, all-powerful, all-wise, all-loving God. He is worthy of our trust. The trust is important, not just because of who God is, but because of the way in which we must trust him: with all your heart. It involves every fiber of your being. That's the kind of trust we can have in God–a complete, unshakable, deep, abiding trust.

If you are a Christian, you trusted God for salvation. You can trust Him with the rest of your life, too–every detail.


Read part 2, Don’t Lean On Your Understanding