Here's what is happening this month at The Neighborhood Church.

  • ADVENT campaign wrap-up

    Thank you so much for your generosity and sacrificial giving during the season of Advent. We announced on Christmas Eve that our church raised $5,125 in 4 weeks benefiting OurCalling and Austin Street Center for the Homeless! Led by our students and children we also collected 1,116 supplies – socks, soap, trash bags, hand warmers, as well as household items that will fill the move-out baskets people receive as they transition into housing from Austin Street Center. Thank you for your continued prayers and tangible gifts to these people. If you’d like to serve, ask Deacons Tobi Brooks or Amy Conn about our monthly meal at Austin Street or Amy and Adam Wood about serving at OurCalling. Thanks again for loving Jesus by loving the least.

  • partnership agreements

    This year we’re using the word “Partnership” instead of “Membership” to emphasize your participation in the relationships and mission of TNC. We don’t want to be a community of spiritual consumers – we want to be active participants in God’s mission to renew the world. So we’re inviting you to reevaluate and (re)commit to this local church each year. These packets will be available in our worship gatherings in the month of January for our regular attenders to review, fill out, and return to a pastor.

  • rhythm of life: 2018

    We’re providing worksheets so our members can write out a “Rhythm of Life” plan for the year ahead. More than just a list of religious New Year’s Resolutions – a rhythm of life is a plan to arrange our lives so that God can form us into the image of Jesus for the sake of others (Robert Mullholland). Often times, prayerfully reflecting on and writing down our intentions can help us create the space for God to work in our lives. We hope this helps you on your journey with Jesus this year.


    Sundays in January at 3:00 p.m. – Come join us for a study of the book of Philippians on Sundays at 3 p.m. in January. There is no cost and all you need is a Bible. This class is not designed for Bible experts or theology students, but it is designed for people who just want to discuss and learn more about how to read and study the Bible. The theme of Philippians is JOY. Join us as we discover why a prisoner on his way to death row would repeatedly encourage followers of Jesus to rejoice.