Community Groups for Growth & Healing



Thursdays, 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Men’s Group B-201

Women’s Group B-202

A Christ-centered, 12-step program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Men’s and Women’s groups meet weekly for open share, providing a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our lives. NCCC Recovery webpage


Groups meet on various days and times.

Small groups, training, and equipping men for sexual purity. Providing a safe, confidential place to process your life story, build a lifestyle of accountability, and find healing. The group curriculum creates a structure for freedom and provides the biblical truth necessary to build on. Different groups meet on different nights. Email




Groups meet on various days and times.

Skills groups are designed to help individuals or couples process areas of brokenness and find new understanding, healing forgiveness and repair — allowing breakthroughs in personal growth. In groups created for men, women and married couples, we’ll work through common causes of relational strain, past wounds or feelings of stuckness to rebuild hope and connection. Skills webpage




Survivors of recent loss find mutual support in this video-based curriculum that allows for small group discussion. Those who have experienced recent loss in their lives including the death of a spouse, parent or sibling, the death of a marriage or losing a loved one to dementia will discover Scriptural support, empathetic fellowship and coping skills.

Loss of Spouse Workshop:  January 9, 7:00 – 8:30 pm; NCCC Rm C-205B – Next Workshop August 28, 2023
One Session Workshop focused specifically on the challenges of losing a spouse. Registration coming soon
GriefShare Workshops: 13-week series of workshops focused on various aspects of your individual grief journey.
Mondays, January 23 –  April 24, 7:00 – 8:30 pm; NCCC Rm C-205B (except Holiday Feb 20)
Contact us.   Register

Grief Share webpage


  at NCCC


    For women seeking God’s guidance and enjoy fellowship as we share our grief-journey. We often have the tendency to isolate, so gathering with other women of faith, who understand, can be life-changing. Comfort Connection webpage