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Pilgrim's Progress Viewing

March 22nd | New Community Church

We are planning on showing the new movie release, Pilgrims Progress, on Friday March 22 in the church lobby at 6:30 pm.

Popcorn & soda are to be provided.

We are letting you know now so that if you wish you can download the eBook to read & review in home to have families better understand this Christian classic.

Please contact Ray Mehringer with any questions.

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March For Life 

March 23rd | 12 pm

Join hundreds as we enthusiastically show support for the Pro-Life cause! This is a great chance to promote the Pro-Life message in a positive manner in our local community through a vibrant and energetic march.

The March on the Arch will take place on Saturday, March 23rd. It will begin at Planned Parenthood in the Central West End (4251 Forest Park Avenue) and will end at the Arch Grounds. Check-in for the march will open at 12pm outside Planned Parenthood, and the march will depart for the Arch at 1pm. It is about a 5 mile walk. Snacks & discussion with NCC folks after walk.

A shuttle service back to Planned Parenthood will be provided.

Please register online at the Coalition For Life's site.
 
Please contact Ray Mehringer with any questions.

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Prospective Teacher's Lunch

March 24th | New Community ChurchFoundations Logo - Clear-11

The Scriptures (Deuteronomy 6; Psalm 78) have impressed upon us the necessity of dealing with children, if we desire to affect any permanent change in the mental or moral condition of the world; for the children of today are the fathers and mothers of the next generation.  Dwight Moody must have had an understanding of this principle for it was not long after he came to Chicago that he began to work among the children.  His success in recruiting for the Sunday schools was wonderful.  On one occasion, he found a little mission Sunday school on the North side and offered to take a class.  The superintendent pointed out that they already had almost as many teachers as they did pupils but that if Mr. Moody could get his own pupils, then he would be at liberty to conduct a class.  The next Sunday, Mr. Moody appeared with 18 ragamuffins: they were dirty, unkempt, many of them barefoot, but as the young teacher said, "each had a soul to save."

Want to know how to impact the next generation for Jesus Christ?  If so, please attend our Prospective Sunday school teacher's meeting.  We'll discuss the commitment, the curriculum and the challenges.  Set aside Sunday, March 24th for lunch and discussion on these important matters. We will meet in Classroom 100. Please sign up online so that we can plan accordingly.

If you have any questions, please contact Ray Mehringer.