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.
For the latest information about what's going on NC4, check out our newsletter, The CHIMES.
Events at NCCCC
Our Prayer Group meets virtually via Zoom each Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. If you would like to participate, please email Rev. Tatham at to get connected.
Parking Lot Fellowship, Tuesday, December 8, 5:30 p.m., weather permitting.
Note: Due to COVID 19, all in-person activities of the Church have been suspended until we have assurance that is safe to resume meeting.
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. If you have a pastoral emergency, please contact Rev. Tatham at 301/335-7344.
Worship This Sunday
"I Believe Even When"
Please join us for worship this Sunday! The scriptures for this week are Isaiah 40:1-11 and Mark 1:1-15. The FULL Worship Video is posted on the NC4 Facebook page and on YouTube. The Bulletin for the on-line service is available here. The Sermon ONLY is posted on this website under the MORE/Sunday Sermon Video tab.
At 11:30 a.m., join us for our live Zoom Worship followed by Zoom Coffee Fellowship. The services will include Rev. Dr. Cheryl Tatham, Preaching; Christine Schadeberg Wydro, NC4 Choir, Glenn Pearson and Dan Longo, Music for the Service; Sally Coberly, Yvonne McGee, and Bill Wydro, Readers; and Dot Harper, Elder's Prayer for the Elements. The Bulletin for the Zoom service is available here. We will be sharing communion, so be sure to have your bread and cup ready! Information on how to access the Zoom service is included in the Weekly Eminder and the NC4 On-Line email sent on Friday.
Together for Joy Stewardship Campaign
If you have not had had a chance to complete the "Together for Joy" 2021 Estimate of Giving form, you are encouraged to do so before Sunday, November 22. On that Sunday we will celebrate Thanksgiving and consecrate 2021 commitments of giving. We DO indeed have much to be thankful for---none of our congregation have suffered the CV-19 infection, although we have had extended family who has come through the infection, and for that we are thankful! We have continued to worship every Sunday, even though apart. We continue to reach out to minister to the community through our hands-on projects as well as our food and coat collections. We’ve been able to go ahead and work on the refurbishing of Harlow Hall and our kitchen/pantry area. We can be thankful!
Service/Sermon Access and Archives
Want to join our Zoom worship service Sundays at 11:30 a.m.? Send an email to to get on the distribution list for our Zoom link which is typically sent out Friday by email. Did you miss virtual church? You can always access past on-line services on our YouTube channel or watch previous sermons on our website.
Explore NCCCC's Labyrinth
In this covid-19 era, we're all looking for places to relax and contemplate what's happening in our lives and the world around us. Our labyrinth offers a place 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. Come and sit awhile.