All are welcome at Neighborhood Congregational Church, where we celebrate that God’s inclusive and welcoming language is love! View The Language of God here!
What if God is big enough to love all and exclude none? God is!
Neighborhood Congregational Church Cookbooks
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So You Can Enjoy Our Great Church Family Recipes
Food Drive from Sally Barron for Laguna Resource Center
Over the past few years the need for food assistance has increased dramatically, with summer months growing increasingly lean. The Food Pantry at the Resource Center is currently serving 1,000 people a month and struggles to keep up with the need. If you have ever been out to the little Pantry in the Canyon between 7 and 10 in the morning, you can see the people lined up waiting to fill their bags, and the smiles on their faces as they leave with food for the week. All non-perishable food items are needed, especially beans and rice, canned vegetables, peanut butter and jelly, mac and cheese, cereals and canned meats, as well as personal care items, laundry and dish washing soap, kitchen cleaners and toilet paper. Bring your donations to church on Sunday or drop them at the Resource Center. Or write a check and we’ll donate directly to the food bank on your behalf. (Make checks payable to NCC, memo line marked “Resource Center” or “Food Pantry.”) Continue reading
Developed by the Personnel Committee and unanimously approved by the Council, NCC now has an updated and expanded Safe Church Policy to guide us in protecting our children, youth, and vulnerable adults. First approved by a 2/3 vote of the Church Council in December 2011 and a 2/3 vote of the Trustees in January 2012, the policy has now been unanimously approved by Council! You may view and download a copy of this policy by clicking on the Safe Church link below, or contact the office at 494-8061. If you have questions about the new policy, members of Personnel will be available to answer your questions at this year’s annual meeting on January 29 following worship.