Please note that our office will be closed on Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day.
Sun. 6/9, 10:20-11:20 a.m.
Are you passionate about leading people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ? Is NPBC your church home? Partnership is for you! Come explore what partnership is, why it matters, and how you can take this important step toward participating more actively in our mission. Visit npberean.org/paex to let us know your availability, or use your ConnectCard to request more information on partnership, and we’ll follow up with more details.
Wed. 7/31 - Mon. 8/5; Vancouver, WA
All ages welcome. Serve and encourage our Berean missionaries Jorge & Elodia Pacheco, who are starting a Spanish-speaking church near Portland. Activities will include serving children and families through Vacation Bible School activities in the parks, prayer walking, sharing the gospel, and gaining a better understanding of the culture and ministry in Vancouver. Cost is approximately $500. Questions? Contact Kris Cheek (or email us). Apply by June 15 at npberean.org/missions-trips.
The Lord continues to provide for the “Creating spaces to reach more faces” campaign! The church body responded generously to the bridge loan offer, and the banks were able to lower the interest rate they’re offering for any bridge loans we need from them, too.
On the construction front, the rain and wind have been slowing our progress, but the building is definitely starting to come into focus. The wall framers will be working on the building for the next few weeks and the roof insulation and roof are scheduled to be installed over the next week or two (depending on weather). HVAC, fire sprinkler, and electrical rough-in will follow shortly after the roof work.
Please continue to pray with us that the Lord will keep costs down and provide the needed funds, and that He will use this space greatly in our 2K22 initiative: “By 2022, through God’s grace and power, we will see 2,000 people baptized and growing in relationship with Jesus through the Word, prayer, and community.”