Enjoy textile crafts, or want to learn something creative? Maybe you want to share ideas with like minded people? Here's the perfect group for you!
If it involves a needle of any shape, and a thread of any description, our tutor has done it! Patchwork and quilting, embroidery of every description, knitting, crochet ... you name it - and we'll encourage you to conquer it and make some amazing, yet practical creations!
Creative Threads group meets each Friday morning (10-12) during school terms. Whether you are a beginner, or experienced, you are welcome to share with us.
One thing you will notice about our church is that we care. We care not just for the people in our fellowship but for every individual. No matter the race, colour, religion or creed or what we do, we all have needs.
Care Outreach address what we can. A letter from a family we recently helped sums up what we are doing. "Your supporters, volunteers and "team awesome" have given us hope. We all need that. We have received, and so we give.
To find out more, please call the Office or use our contact form.
I believe that, for each one of us, God has a destiny that is full of hope and He has a great plan for each one of the ladies of N3C. We are all called to make a difference wherever and however we can.
Women of Destiny is for every woman at N3C including those who are visiting.
The purpose of the Women’s Ministry is to provide a platform for women to form strong and lasting friendships, encourage each other to grow in Christ, to be released into the purpose that God has for them and be equipped to reach others for Christ.
‘Women of Destiny’ currently has two contact groups, and planned events such as morning/afternoon teas, dinners and the annual Retreat for women to meet and share life together.
Contact groups are currently ‘Empowering Women’ - meeting at Carrie’s each Tuesday from 10am and ‘Share and Care’ – meeting at Annette’s every 2nd Thursday morning from 10 am Both meetings are relaxed, encouraging, fun, faith building and involve sharing life together.
The vision I have for ‘Women of Destiny’:
For each woman to know her worth in Christ, feel connected and part of the body of Christ and know that she can make a difference because she is unique and has God-given abilities.
What ever the reason any one comes to N3C we want all to be glad they came, and to get something to aid in life out of the experience.
To this end the Kidz are with us in the service until the preaching of the word. They then leave us so the adults can concentrate without distraction and the kidz can do kidz stuff that points them in the right direction.
Please use our Contact form if you would like to know more or alternatively phone the pastor.
N3C currently has three home groups operating. The ladies and adults group meets of a Tuesday and the other group meets of a Friday. All groups are characterized by their caring. Why not come along and enjoy a cuppa and discussion of the Word - or maybe even just come for the chin wag. Whatever the reason you come you can be assured you will be welcome.
If you would like to attend, or have any questions please contact us (leaders, phone numbers and emails located under Ministries - N3C) or use our Contact form or phone the Office.
Whatever we study is relevant. For example we recently studied our Leadership styles and Spiritual Gifts. We have explored Strategies for Effective Leadership. Everything we study is Word based, and what is really good is that we hear from each other's hearts, perspectives and experiences.
If College is where you are heading why not enquire of Lisa. Alternatively you can use or Contact form to find out more.
Whatever your motivation, ours is to get along side you. We want to see the best for you. We have all come from a place we would rather not have been but the good thing is nothing and no-one is too difficult for God. He wants to make us who we were born to be.
If you would like a visit, please ring Barb or use our Contact form to find out more.
We have two Chaplains operating out of N3C who call this fellowship home.
Howard Shepherd is a Prison Chaplain who visits Woodford Prison of a Thursday and Saturday, and Leita is our school Chaplain. Whatever the situation encountered, these people have a positive input into people's lives.
To find out more please use our Contact form or contact the church by phone.