New Covenant Community Church

Sunday Bulletins

February 9, 2020

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02.09.20 Bulletin

Our service includes a Prayer of Confession, that we try to live up to, by seeing the needs of our neighbors regardless of race, sexual orientation, or economic status.

Prayer of Confession

We have retreated into the shadows of self-interest; we have preferred to remain in the dark alleys of indifference; and we have closed our eyes to the instances of injustice and inequality. Our sin has clouded our concern for the common good, and the world’s systems and structures have blinded us to the needs of our neighbors. Forgive us, Lord, and warm our hearts with Your grace and mercy. Illumine us with Your light, so that we may share Your love with all people and dispel the world’s darkness through the truth and transformation revealed in Jesus Christ, in whose name we pray.

Superheroes and the Savior – May 29, 2022

It is time for the church to stop quibbling about membership or the deficit that we might have occurred last month or the most recent problem with our aging building and
instead confront the idols of our culture and conquer the world with the transforming truth of Jesus Christ.

Third Sunday of Pentecost – June 26, 2022

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Exploring New Ways to Help Marginalized Communities

NCCC opened its doors to Akron Area Interfaith Council, Global Ties Akron and delegates of the International Visitor Leadership Program. During this brief encounter area faith leaders shared how they are opening doors and reaching out to marginalized communities.

Second Sunday after Pentecost – Father’s Day

Rev. Tom Ulrich talks about “Water and Oneness” this Father’s Day.

First Sunday after Pentecost – June 12, 2022

“Things That Change Our Lives” is the title of today’s message from Rev. Tom Ulrich.