Serving Our Congregation and community

in a time of need


  • Feeding the Hungry

    Our church's immediate response to needs in the community is being focused on supporting the Mill Creek Community Food Bank. Members who live outside the greater Mill Creek area are encouraged to support your local food bank. With all the needs out there, our current mission is to make sure that no one in our community goes hungry. 


    Here are three ways that you can help out:

    • Volunteer

    • drop off donations

    • Arrange for a pick up


    There is a food shortage right now. Thank you to everyone who have been donating to the drive-by bin at church - the first two days this week, the bin was full. But we realize many are wisely not going out. This will continue to be available Sundays from 8am-12pm and Mon.-Wed. from 8am-2pm. Volunteers are still needed at the food bank. Shifts will be in small groups to try to honor State guidelines. To sign up to help, click here.


  • July Daily Prayer Vigil- Coordinated by the Prayer Team

    NCPC invites you to continue praying in our monthly prayer vigil where we commit to lifting up our world to the King of Kings. Each day of July– in solitude or with family members – we will be praying for our community, our state, our country, and our world. We encourage you to use the prepared guide when you start your day, but feel free to choose any time of day. If you miss a day, don’t worry – just pick up the next. Thank you for joining together to seek the help of our loving God, the ultimate healer, provider, and sustainer. Read it here.

  • Supporting the Healthcare Effort.

    Our church is committed to serving the interest of public health in our community, assisting the medical community in fighting the coronavirus and bringing healing to the afflicted. Our first step was to respond to an urgent need for blood donations to replenish the blood supply, as donations had dropped off significantly due to coronavirus concerns. In the first few weeks of the epidemic, we offered our church building to Bloodworks NW as a donation station. Nearly 100 people donated blood over two days of operation. As other opportunities to assist public health efforts present themselves, NCPC mission leadership is committed to being an active community servant. There will be drives held on the following dates: 

    • Monday, July 20: 9am – 4pm

    • Wednesday, July 22nd 9am – 5pm

    • Friday, July 24th 9am – 5pm

    • Monday, July 27th 9am – 5pm

    • Wednesday, July 29th 9am – 5pm

    • Friday, July 31st 9am – 5pm

    Click here to sign up. 


Mission Updates at NCPC


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