NCC Small Groups

To know and be known is a primary tool in our continued desire for personal and individual healing and growing as a Christ Follower and servant. Spending time with each other as extended church family members allows us to get to know one another and to learn to trust; an important element for intimacy. We have a saying, “there is no intimacy without commitment” and we encourage attendees to find a place within NCC where they can be themselves, learn, grow, be fed and to share.

Small groups are our primary expression of fellowship.
We have a number of small groups meeting at various times and locations, and focusing on different topics.  Where do you belong?

Special Interest Groups

Board Games Group
Join us on the 2nd Saturday of every month to play a variety of board games. We meet at 6:30pm at the church. Contact Jakob or Eleah Sunde at eleah.lovell@gmail.com or Justin Forbes-Hurley at Justin_Hurley@rocketmail.com.
 
 Women’s Ministry
Join us every Thursday morning from 9:30-11:30 for worship, Bible study, ministry and fellowship. Childcare is provided and an offering is taken to help defray the costs. Special events are also scheduled periodically with a variety of topics and interests. Watch the bulletin for details or contact the office at 425.402.4445 for more information. You may also contact the office to get on the email list to receive a regular newsletter with all the current information.
Men’s Bicycle Club

This specialty group is for men 18+ years old. Rides will average speeds of 15+ MPH and range from 30-60 miles with varied terrain and stops along the way. The vision is to pray along the route as the Lord leads. Bill Austin facilitates this group and you can contact him for the next scheduled ride: 206.321.0507 or bill@olypress.com.

Man Cave

This men’s ministry group meets every Wednesday night at 6:00 pm at the church. It includes worship, teaching, sharing and a gourmet dinner. Contact Kevin Lewis at klewis@northwest.org for more information.

 
 
Support/Healing Groups
Intercession for Prodigals

Wednesdays at Sharon Walker’s home in Snohomish from 10:30am-12:30pm. A small, intimate safe group where we can pray for children and grandchildren who are not walking with the Lord.  The goals are to heal “us” of our personal pain and guilt so that we can focus on what God wants us to do personally.  And also, to pray in faith for our dear ones to be all that God is calling them to be.  Drop-ins welcome. Please call or email for directions. Sharon Walker, facilitator: 206.498.9294 or sharonwmail@gmail.com.

ACOA – Adult Children of Alcoholics

This group meets here at NCC on Saturdays at 10:00am. Please contact the church office at 425.402.4445 for more details.

 
General Small Groups & Home Fellowships

We have a number of groups that meet in people’s homes or in local coffee shops. Please contact the church office for more information: ncc@northwest.org or 425.402.4445.