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Meals on Wednesday nights during the school year @ 5:30 pm
$5 adults, $3 kids, $15 family maximum


For Family



Jen Might | NC Kids Building

At 6:30 pm, New Cov Kids gather by age in the following classes for games and learning:

0 – 4 yrs
Kinder – 2nd grade
3rd – 4th grade

Whether it’s using wacky science experiments, learning about real life heroes of the faith, or fun games, elementary kids get to unwind from a long day at school, build relationship with other kids and leaders, and learn more about who God is and who He has created them to be!  Plus, we also look for ways to make a difference in our community!


Nathan Cates | North End


Seed groups are small groups that meet on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8. In Seed groups students seek to grow in two primary areas: 1. See and experiencing that they are Loved by God! 2. being empowered to go Love others! Loved. Love. This means seed groups help the individual grow and they also grow in number and plant more seed groups!



Adult Classes


Adrian Cole | Fireside Room

Senior Pastor, AC, is ready to dive into a full-blown study of the End Times with participants of his new Midweek class on the Book of Revelation. Unpacking mysterious language, debunking cultural myths, and studying the historical context of this book of the Bible will help everyone see God, His grace, and His purpose more clearly. Starts September 5th.



Jay Smith | Room 103

For this season of Men’s Ministry our Associate Pastor, Jay Smith, is going to be leading our crew through an in-depth study of the Book of Hebrews. Anyone is invited to partake in this study as we dig into Scripture to study the story of God and how it shapes and calls forward our lives. We will meet again in room 103 on Wednesday night’s starting at 6:30. See you on September 5th! 



Tim Delpha | Rm 108

This 9-week money-management course is taught by well-known financial “guru,” Dave Ramsey. Dave and his teaching team have time-tested methods that will equip participants through the basics of budgeting, getting rid of debt, planning for the future, and more. Try the first class for free! If you decide to stick with the program, member kits will be available for purchase at the first class.  Starts September 5th.



Kendell Belcher | Room 207

This lively group of women read and discuss a book each semester that equips them for life and motherhood.  Their conversations are lively and relationships are strong. They support and encourage one another in and out of the classroom setting. This semester they’ll read Max Lucado’s book, Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World. Based on Philippians 4:6-7, which is said to be the most underlined passage in the Bible, this book sets out to give believers who face lots of anxiety-provoking situations with what they need so they don’t have to be dominated by anxiety!  Books are available for purchase at the first class, which is September 5th.


Vickie Taylor | Rm 105

The Women Walking With Jesus Group will be doing a study of the Gospel of Mark using a Seedbed study by Brad Johnson. This study will go through Mark’s narration of the events leading-up to and immediately following the life of Jesus. Anyone who picks up and reads the Gospel of Mark is bound to experience something greater, something richer, and something infinitely more valuable: transformation.  Books are available for purchase the day of the study. Starts September 5th.



Christa Midkiff & Suzan Benson | Rm 205

In the book of Acts we see the resurrected & reigning Christ, thru the Holy Spirit, teaching & guiding his children: leading Philip to new unreached cultures (Acts 8), revealing his messiahship to Paul (Acts 9), teaching Peter about his Jewish nationalism (Acts 10), guiding the church out of it’s cultural captivity (Acts15). What we see over & over again is God’s people learning to live on the basis of hearing God’s Voice and obeying His Word.
This is the biblical foundation for meditation! The wonderful news is that Jesus has not stopped acting and speaking. He is resurrected and at work in our world. He is not idle, nor has he developed laryngitis. He is alive and among us.

We’d like to invite you to journey with us as we practice the ancient Christian disciplines of prayer and meditation. No experience necessary.



Anita Wright & Nancy Edison | Room 102

It hurts to lose someone. Find help at GriefShare, which is a worldwide support network that is localized at New Covenant. We want to help those who've lost loved ones find hope and joy again. GriefShare takes participants through 13 topics that include “Challenges of Grief,” “Guilt and Anger,” and “Heaven.”  This semester will include TWO EXTRA sessions. Session #1 will be “Loss of a Spouse,” on September 26th. Then on November 14th will be a “Surviving the Holidays” session. Attend all or some. Everyone who attends will receive a booklet with over 30 short readings on how to live with grief and eventually rebuild your life. A full list of the sessions can be found at

Starts September 26th.


Sara Thompson & Shelley Johnson | Room 208

Ignorance is bliss―except in self-awareness. What you don’t know about yourself can hurt you and your relationships ― and even keep you in the shallows with God. Do you want help figuring out who you are and why you’re stuck in the same ruts?  The Enneagram is an ancient personality type system with an uncanny accuracy in describing how human beings are wired, both positively and negatively. In The Road Back to You, authors Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile introduce a practical, comprehensive way of accessing Enneagram wisdom and exploring its connections with Christian spirituality for a deeper knowledge of ourselves, compassion for others, and love for God.  By challenging us to bravely explore who we really are, the Enneagram helps us recognize and overcome self-defeating patterns of behavior and to become our most authentic selves. Books are available for purchase the first night.

This class will start on October 17th.



Ross Murphy | Room 103

If you haven’t taken a class by Ross Murphy, you want to! He has a gift for bringing the history and stories of the Bible to life like few teachers can. And he especially loves teaching the Old Testament. Come learn from Ross for four weeks, starting November 7th, as he teaches about Nehemiah — who he was and what he did — while framing the larger Old Testament context around Nehemiah’s life. Ross plans to look specifically at eight key prayers Nehemiah prayed as he answered the call to lead Israelites back to Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple and walls. You’ll be amazed how many life application connections you’ll make with this Old Testament book of the Bible.

This class will start on November 7th.


Adult Activities


NC Choir Rehearsal

Shelly Paige | Choir Room

Whether you’re an experienced vocalist, or just love to sing for fun, the New Covenant Choir has a place for you! This community-based group has a desire to serve New Covenant through worship each week during our Traditional service at 8:45am on Sundays. Join us for choir rehearsals each Wednesday night from 7:30-8:30pm in the choir room! For more information, contact Shelly at


His Hands

Pamela Morton | Decker Hall

This team joins in prayer for requests made through the online Prayer Request Form, New Covenant’s PrayerNet, the Prayer Phone Line, and the Prayer Boxes located throughout New Covenant’s facilities.  Every Wednesday evening this  team prepares the Worship Center for Sunday morning services by arranging items, such as the prayer request cards, within the pews and praying for the needs of those who will be sitting in each seat the following Sunday.   This team also writes notes of hope and enouragement to persons on the prayer list each week.  It’s a great team that grows together by encouraging and supporting each other while becoming friends (and having a lot of fun in the process).


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