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Welcome to Northglenn Christian Church located at 1800 E. 105th Place, Northglenn, Colorado. Our building is at the southwest corner of 105th Place and Irma Drive.

We offer three worship services each Sunday morning, at 8:30 and 10:00. The only difference in the services is the musical style. At the 8:30 and 10:00 services in the Chapel, we sing choruses and traditional hymns with piano and organ accompaniment. The 10:00 service in the Auditorium offers a more contemporary style of worship with guitars and drums.

October Verse of the Month

From Him the whole body,
fitted and knit together by every supporting ligament,
promotes the growth of the body for building up itself in love
by the proper working of each individual part.
Ephesians 4:16 (CSB)

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Missions Focus

The Missions Communiqué for October features Impact Colorado, with updates from both Colorado State University and University of Northern Colorado.

WHO: Everyone, young and old
WHEN: Sunday, October 29, after the 10 am services
WHERE: NCC Auditorium
WHAT DO I BRING: Main dish plus side dish or dessert
CHURCH WILL PROVIDE: Table service and drinks
HOW CAN I HELP: Show up!
Plus, we will set up and tear down as an NCC family.

Coffee and Canvas

Our next Coffee and Canvas for adults is Saturday November 11 at 11 am in Room 208. Sold out! Watch for the next event.

Invite your friends and family to join you for games, inflatables, food, and fun.
We will

  • Donate items to our food bank for admission
  • Share a meal of hot dog, chips, and drink
  • Dress in favorite appropriate costumes that will be judged in several categories

Stop at the table to

  • Donate food items, paper items, candy and prizes, or money to purchase items
  • Donate for the inflatable
  • Sign up to work at one of the games

Naomi Circle Craft Fair

Naomi Circle will be hosting a craft fair here at NCC on November 11th and all profits will go to cover NCC’s Camp Como registration costs! If you’d like to participate by creating a craft, please contact Deb Scott, Carol Svec, or Carol Hart. Otherwise, mark your calendar and plan to come check out the handmade goodies including jewelry, paintings, dish holders, and more!

Weekly Adult Activities


  • Moms in Prayer meets 8:00-9:00 am in the Meeting Room. Come be reminded of just how big our God is and turn over your worries and concerns about our children and the schools they attend.


  • Lunchtime small group meets 11:30-12:30 in room 208. Led by Angie Arnold, we study the weekly sermon; study guide available at the Welcome Center.
  • Three evening small groups meet 6:30 - 8:00.
    • "The Good Book" by Kyle Idleman, led by Emily Arnold
    • "Battle Plan for Prayer" from the makers of "War Room," led by Kacy Fowles
    • "Loving Well" by Beth Moore, led by Angie Meyer
  • Our adult choir practices at 6:30 in the Chapel, followed by Christmas Cantata practice at 7:10. All voices are welcome!
  • Grief Share meets at 10:30 and 6:30. More information below.


  • Women’s Community Bible Study meets at 9:00-11:00 am in The Meeting Room.


  • The Beckers host a small group at their home at 7 pm (dinner at 6:30 pm), reviewing the weekly sermon. Children are welcome. Pick up a study guide Sunday morning at the Welcome Center.

Activities for Seniors

  • Senior Fellowship Tuesday, November 7
    Join us for a Gaither music video at 10 am in the Chapel, followed by lunch in the Student Center.

Bible Bowl

Bible Bowl and Beginner Bowl students are offering wall calendars, pocket calendars, and greeting cards for $7 each. Stop at the table in the lobby to order.

Book club

  The next selection for our book group is Remembering Dresden by Dan Walsh.
Young history professor, Jack Turner, takes a retreat at a lakeside cabin to work on his doctoral dissertation. While taking a break, Jack discovers what appears to be evidence of a murder, putting his and his girlfriend, Rachel’s, lives in mortal danger.
We will discuss the book at our meeting
on October 23.
Contact the church office for location.

This grief recovery support group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 10:30 am. Resources are available for adults, teens, and children who are dealing with the loss of a loved one. The current 13-week series continues through November 15. You can join any time, as each meeting is stand-alone.
The one-time $20 cost includes a workbook.

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Sunday messages


October 29: Obedience Haggai 1

November 5: Suffering Haggai 1

November 12: a Blessing Haggai 2

November 19: Obedience...leads to Cleanliness Haggai 2

October 15: Amor 1 John 3:16-18 listen
October 22: Christlikeness Ephesians 5:1-2 listen


September 10: The Church Acts 2:24-47, Acts 4:34-37 listen
September 17: Up John 15:1-17, Hebrews 10:19-25 listen
September 24: In Hebrews 10:23-25 listen
October 1: Out 1 Corinthians 12 listen
October 8: Disciples Who Make Disciples Matthew 28:18-20 listen

September 3: Coasting Luke 10:25-37, Joshua 14:7-12 listen
August 27: Making Disciples Through Bible Study 1 Timothy 4:13, John Navis, Christ for São Luís listen

Listen to previous sermons

Click here to find recordings of messages from the last 12 months.


Bring your ’Labels for Education’ for Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch and drop them in the collection bag on the mission board. They are used toward the purchase of arts, academic, and athletic items.

We also collect "Box Tops for Education" to help out area schools.

Blood Drive

Our next Bonfils blood drive is scheduled Sunday, October 29. You can make an appointment on line at; a sign-up sheet is available in the lobby on Sunday mornings.

Operation Christmas Child

Pack an empty shoe box (or pick up a box at NCC) for a boy or girl with small gifts, school supplies, hygiene items, candy, etc. Stop at the table in the lobby or check at Samaritan’s Purse online for more information. Please plan to drop off boxes, along with a $9 donation for shipping, by Sunday November 5.

Other opportunities

  • The Senior Hub is in need of drivers for Meals on Wheels. Call 303-426-4408.
  • There are many opportunities to serve our schools, such as in a classroom, the lunchroom, or library, or providing janitorial help. If you walk your students to school or to the bus, take along a plastic bag to pick up trash along the way.

Food Bank

Our Food Bank is used by over 80 families each month. Biggest needs in October are highlighted.

Baking supplies
Cooking oil Pancake mix / Syrup Cake mix
Sugar Flour
Canned goods
Corn, peas, green beans Tomato sauce Canned tuna, other meats
Fruit Tomatoes
Pinto or kidney beans Spaghetti sauce Peanut butter
Baked beans Canned spaghetti, etc. Soup
Dry foods
Ramen Macaroni & cheese Spaghetti, noodles (dry pasta)
Instant potatoes
Boxed meals Breakfast cereal Rice
Laundry & toiletries
Bath (bar) soap Shampoo
Toothbrushes Toothpaste Toilet paper
Baby supplies
Diapers (any size) Baby food / cereal
Formula Shampoo / soap / lotion
Refrigerated/frozen goods
Eggs Ground beef Ground turkey
Chicken Pork chops

We also use egg cartons and plastic grocery bags.

Please leave donations in designated bins.

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