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    Volunteers are needed for our AV Team! Please fill out the form if you are interested in serving on the Audio Visual Team (Sound Mixing, Presentation Slides, Camera Operation) FORM: https://bit.ly/NcaAvTeam
  • Join us for Morning Praise this week! A time of devotional & prayer every Monday-Friday from 6am-6:30am via zoom. Click the link below to join & use passcode 709 when prompted. Join: https://bit.ly/3iajCAh
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    NCA COVID UPDATE: As of yesterday, Dane County has lifted its mask mandate. NCA will extend the wearing of masks in the church building (ages 2+) until further notice. Thank you in advance for helping to keep everyone safe! Please read the safety precautions we are continuing to ensure safety during our services: Mask & Social Distancing remains in effect during church attendance or meetings at church.  - Masks required inside the church building for ages 2+ - Hand sanitizer is available at each entrance - Common areas will be sanitized regularly - Cafe & Nursery are closed - Maintain Social Distancing Guidelines (6ft apart) - Follow directions of Ushers when attending service - Please stay home if you are not feeling well -No Youth or Children services until further notice. If you or a family member has any of the following symptoms, please remain at home: -Fever -Cough -Cold or Flu-like symptoms -Loss of taste or smell If you have recently tested positive or have come in contact with someone that has tested positive for Covid, please follow the instructions below before returning to church services: https://publichealthmdc.com/coronavirus/what-to-do-if-you-are-sick-or-possibly-exposed You should receive a negative Covid-19 test, or You should be symptom-free and have worn a mask while with others for at least ten (10) days. Our Sunday services are posted weekly at the following link: http://ncamadison.com/sermons Please join us online when you are not able to attend in-person Church. Remain healthy & safe. See you soon NCA!
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  • Please pray.

    For Vera price- Neeley and family Vera was injured in accident by city bus of Madison .keep children in prayer as well.theres been some mental illness going on. Thank you love in Jesus. Name.
    1. Thank you all for your prayers and my famiky appriciate it too God Bless
    2. Renee Jackson, I pray Sister Vera in the Name of Jesus that God is truly with you and your family,and that God see’s all things ,he is with you and your family,I pray that God will give you comfort you and your family at a time as this and keep you protected and your family,God always make a way when there is no way,Yes our God is bigger and stronger. Thank you God for you are a God of restoration.. I pray in the name of Jesus Christ that he will give you peace,love comfort and faith.Jesus Christ is our helper and God loves you. Thank you God I pray in the name of Jesus.Amen and Amen.
    3. Thank you sis Renee God Bless ! Love on tbis end
  • Join us this Sunday, May 15th @ 4pm via Zoom for another "Let's Talk About Health" Event! Joshua Wright from UW Carbone's Cancer Center will be talking to us about Men's + Women's Cancer. Please Register prior to the event here: https://bit.ly/3OZPir4.
    1. Happy Mother’s Day to all the spiritual & natural mothers! We honor you today & everyday. Thank you for all that you do!
      1. 2,000 years ago, Jesus conquered death forever. The stone was rolled away from the empty tomb, and we were given new life in Christ. But what happened next? Discover five things Jesus did after His resurrection—and what they mean for us today: 1. Jesus showed up. Jesus spent 40 days on earth after His resurrection. During this time, He eased His followers’ doubtsand gave them direction for the future. Jesus didn’t shout His love from heaven. He showed His love on earth. Today He does the same, by bending low to hear our cries and heal our hearts. 2. Jesus modeled community. From breaking bread on the road to Emmaus, to having breakfast on the beach with His disciples, we see Jesus make time for relationships. Jesus was never too busy to stop and show He cared. As His followers, we’re called to intentionally serve people in our families, workplaces, and cities. 3. Jesus comforted the broken. When Jesus came back, He wasn’t frustrated that His disciples hadn’t understood His plan. He met them in their uncertainty and fear instead. Jesus consoled the woman weeping at the empty tomb. He eased Thomas’ doubts. He spoke words of life and peace. Today, our Savior still has grace for our questions and confusion. He still draws near when our hearts are broken. 4. Jesus redeemed mistakes. Before the crucifixion, Peter denied knowing Jesus three times. Later, we see Jesus restore Peter by asking Him three times if he loves Him, and instructing Peter to care for His flock. Even though Peter stumbled in his faith, it didn’t cancel his identity in Christ. In the same way, we can trust that God’s power is made perfect in our weakness. 5. Jesus instructed and empowered. Right before Jesus ascended into heaven, He told His followers to “go and make disciples of every nation.” With these instructions, we’re called to live every day with intentionality, looking for opportunities to share the Gospel. It’s our job to show people what it means to know God and to make Him known.
        1. My Lord.. this is awesome! So much so, I have to print it for future reference. I've found what I will chew on for the rest of the day.
      2. Hey NCA family, Brother Morris wanted to share this letter of appreciation with you all!