Our ministries are an important and integral part of our church community. Whether you are a student, single or married there is a ministry designed for you.
Please read about our ministries and consider becoming an active member of our community of faith.
We have a desire to be as Jesus said for His Church to be a House of Prayer! Prayer is the engine that drives the Church! We start each Sunday in prayer at 8:45 am and hold a prayer service at 6:30 pm the first Wednesday of each month.
Come join us for Sunday Morning Worship Service it is an awesome opportunity to come together as a Church to Worship King Jesus! We live to Love the Lord our God with all our heart Mind & strength! Currently our co-leaders are Lena Netzer and Frank Buckland.
The NGCC Youth Ministry is active and growing ! This is for boys and girls who are in Grades 6 thru 12. We meet at the church indoors and outdoors based on the weather on Wednesday evenings at 6 pm. We are building good relationships and have fun interactive GAMES with PRIZES !! Also an age appropriate and interesting lesson from the Bible is shared to help us all learn more about God and growing in our faith. It is exciting to see and hear from each of the young people and they are inviting their friends to join in the fun !
If as a parent or family friend, you know a young person who would enjoy and benefit from this special time, please contact our Youth Leader Sharon Mager by email at Sharon@northglenchurch.com
We go out into the community to meet the needs of the Homeless on the 1st Saturday of the month at 9:00am.
Ministry Leader Vicky McDuffie leads our team as we serve and show the love of Jesus to those in need of Him. Vicky is collecting supplies and/or sandwiches to deliver to the House of Hope and Baltimore Rescue Mission. Contact Vicky for further details. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Other outreach opportunities to our community include –
Balls of Love- Sock Collection- adding foot warmers
Glove Collection – adding hand warmers
Salvation Army Notification
Domestic Violence -Women Shelter-TBA
Baltimore Rescue Mission- Monthly Commitment
Karis House- Children & Women Shelter- Monthly Commitment
Pop Up Event-Hot meals-TBA
Pop Up Event- Fruit Bowl- TBA
Food Bank Partnership- Trucks and Hand pallet
Shortage Men’s clothing
Linda’s Legacy- Crowne Plaza Hotel- Annapolis
House of Hope- Pam Olney
Sunday School at 9:30 am and Children Church after the praise and worship (about 11:15 – 11:30 am).
To enroll in our Children’s Ministry, please fill out the online Registration Form.
Maureen Johnson is the Women’s Ministry Leader and is excited for the ladies to get together to fellowship, grow in the Lord together, get to know one another, and serve the Lord together.
The ladies are striving to be unified as the Women of the Church in growing in our love and care for one another. Maureen looks forward to spending time with all of you ladies and being able to serve you.
She would like to hear from everyone to find out your interests, ideas, and thoughts about the ministry.
Our mission is to encourage one another in our Christian faith and to grow together in our spiritual walk with God. The NGCC men are united to serve within the church and also to expand our out-reach to the community to those who also need Jesus Christ in their lives.
Events and programs include Prayer Breakfasts, Small Group Studies, Fellowship Events, Cookouts, Ministry Opportunities, Christian Men’s conferences and more. As brothers in Christ and for others who are seeking the Lord for the first time in their lives, we are committed to praying for one another and to challenge each other to pursue a stronger connection with Jesus.
Proverbs 27:17 – As iron sharpens iron, So a man sharpens the countenance of his friend.
Bridge Builders Ministry
Bridge Builders is a ministry that began almost three years ago as a partnership with North Glen Elementary School (NGES), across the street from the church. During that time, North Glen Community Church (NGCC) has provided direct support to the school. We have ministered in a variety of ways through providing support for Teachers Appreciation week, to clothing drives, a backpack exchange to provide food supplies to those who need them the most, along with other ministry events.
Recently, we delivered Teachers Valentine bags which church members decorated the bags and wrote cards of encouragement to the teachers, expressing our appreciation for the hard work they do within the North Glen community.
We are planning some upcoming events in the April /May timeframe, one is a combination Pop -Up Food Pantry and Mobile Health Care Fair. This will be for the entire community of North Glen, in providing tangible goods and medical services as we demonstrate the love of Christ for all people. Both these events will take a lot of planning and involvement from our church members to execute the events correctly.
In September/October, we hope to have an event that is both fun and serious, at the same time. We are in talks with a Christian motorcycle stunt riding group, Ride4Life. We hope to partner with NGES to have a festival day with the school where Ride4Life will provide a presentation to the students about bullying, then invite the school and families over to the church to see Ride4Life perform some pretty incredible motorcycle stunts. The stunts are the draw for them to give personal testimonies, preach the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and call for decisions to be made for eternal salvation.
Are you looking for a way to make a difference for the people of our community, but don’t quite know how to go about it? Well, here is a way to show the love of Jesus to those within our community. Jesus tells us to feed the hungry, cloth the poor and minister to the sick, along with sharing the gospel. These upcoming events are designed to do just that. So-if you want to make a difference in someone’s life-hop on board.
We will be asking for your help over the upcoming weeks. Please prayerfully consider helping. We are better together than we are alone.
SERVING THE LORD AS A GREETER.
A need for a new Director of the Greeters Ministry turned into a great opportunity to get to better know Members and Visitors of Northglen Church. Debbie Richardson and I started out greeting and , as time went by, other people expressed an interest to join our team. Usually two friendly, smiling faces are posted at the front foyer area when people come in for Sunday service, whether they are Members or new guests. It is a simple but important service, welcoming people and sometimes answering questions they may have.
Getting to know others also is helpful to me to guide them to their Spiritual Gfits and to find their ‘nitch’ and feel comfortable serving in the Church Body and our various Ministries.
Matthew 25:38-40 ‘And when did we see you a stranger and welcome you…’