this week at nbcc
I Need to Make a Call
Geof BedellsActs 4:23-31
WEDNESDAY 6:00 - 7:00PM
THURSDAY 8:30 - 9:30AM
SUNDAY 9:00 - 9:30AM
WHAT TO EXPECT
We at NBCC are a small, friendly family of God, who worship and serve Him in our lives and in the community around us. We believe in the inerrant Word of God, the Bible and the sharing of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
We are a warm, welcoming fellowship of believers, who endeavour to encourage all generations of people to worship with us.
Our mission comes directly from what God has commissioned us to do.
“All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” – Matthew 28:18-20 NIV
Our values define who we are and serve as the foundation for the building of a healthy Christ-centered community, our values are based on our beliefs.
We are a church that is: biblical, loving, prayerful, culturally relevant, hospitable, real, thankful, family orientated, focused and accountable.
In June 1970, five families of the Christian Brethren Tuart Hill Assembly were commended to start a work at North Balga some 5 kilometres away. On Sunday 29th June, 1970 the first meeting was held in the new home of Mr and Mrs Stan Coffey. Thirteen Christians broke bread that morning, whilst on the previous Thursday, 86 children gathered in Mr Coffey’s garage for an after-school rally. Whilst this was going on, plans were being prepared for the erection of suitable buildings on the block adjoining the Coffey’s house.
A Sunday School was commenced with numbers of about 70 children attending. A Tuesday night club was held in Mr and Mrs Coffey’s garage which on these occasions was “bursting at the seams” with about 45 children in attendance. Other meetings were held in the home and the first Gospel service was held in April 1971 with Mr Tom Ball as the speaker.
At this stage the building of a hall had been commenced on land at the corner of Fieldgate Square and Ledbury Street, North Balga The official opening of the Hall took place on Sunday, 7th November, 1971.