Welcome to North Chevy Chase Christian Church!
We're glad you found us!
As an Opening and Affirming congregation, we welcome into full membership, participation, and leadership persons of every color and ethnicity, language, culture, nationality, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, physical and mental ability, economic status, familial status, and spiritual background.
We also recognize that people find God in many ways, and we seek to support and affirm them in their spiritual journeys.
Our motto is "Connecting Faith With Community" and we seek to live as agents of healing and wholeness in a fragmented world. We hope you will worship, pray, and minister with us as we grow in God's grace together.
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Upcoming at NCCCC
Note: Due to the public health emergency, all in-person activities of have the Church have been suspended until further notice.
For the latest news and most complete information about upcoming events at NCCCC, check out The CHIMES, our monthly newsletter.
NOTE: Due to the public health emergency, the office is closed until further notice.
Normal office hours are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Office is closed on Mondays and Fridays.
Worship This Sunday
"Learning in the Dark"
Join us for the 5th Sunday in Lent as we welcome Rev. Dr. Cheryl Tatham back from medical leave! Rev. Tatham and Dr. Karen Bartman will lead us in an on-line worship service. The Bulletin, which includes the scripture reading (John 11:17-44) and our hymns, is available here and the YouTube video of the service is availalbe here. You can also watch via the NC4 Facebook page. We express our gratitude to Rev. Dr. Michael McMahon for stepping into the role of guest minister during Rev. Tatham's absence.
In accordance with recommendations regarding social distancing during these weeks of COVID-19, Worship at NC4 will be ON-LINE through at least April 26. ALL activities at the church have been canceled or postponed until further notice.
Welcome In! Capital Campaign Underway
At its November meeting, the congregation approved a capital campaign to fund renovations to the kitchen and Harlow Hall, the replacement of flooring in the Sanctuary and Glass-way, and the installation of a new roof. In keeping with our motto of "Connecting Faith with Community" and our recent "Open and Affirming" statement, it is only appropriate that we designate this Capital Campaign our "Welcome In!" campaign as we make our facilities even more welcoming to our community! The January CHIMES has more information about the renovations as well as how you can support the Welcome In! Capital Campaign.
Explore NCCCC's Labyrinth
The labyrinth is one of the oldest contemplative tools known to humankind. We invite you to use the labyrinth to awaken your spirituality, simplify your hectic life, integrate mind, body, and spirit, engage in self-reflection, and forge a connection with our community. The labyrinth is located on the west side of the Church, adjacent to the patio and Memorial Garden. The labyrinth was designed and completed by Jeremy Shide, Chevy Chase Scout Troop 255, as his Eagle Scout project. The beautiful boxwoods and benches surrounding the labyrinth were recently added by Foster Price as his Eagle Scout Project. We thank Jeremy, Foster, and Scout Troop 255 and its leaders for creating these wonderful additions to our grounds.