The Power of a Connected Life




Serve Teams


Growth Classes




ALPHA is a 10-week course designed for people who are interested in investigating Christianity and want answers to basic questions. There is no prerequisite other than a curiosity about God, Christianity, or things Christians believe. If you are a new to the church, a new believer, someone who doesn’t know what to believe, or just want to brush up on the basics, this is a great course to be in. We start off with a meal together, followed by a 30-minute video and group discussion. We discuss topics like who is Jesus, why did Jesus die, why and how do I pray, does God heal today, and many others.



The  Ministry endeavors to make everyone feel welcome and safe when they visit NC4. Our hope is for people to meet others, connect as quickly and easily as possible, and then get involved in ministry.

  • Ministry Leader: Pastor Bob Rentler, 610.861.7725 x22

Arts Ministries

NC4 has several ministries that embrace artistic expression. For more information on these ministries, please contact the ministry leaders.


NC4’s Design team seeks to reflect and reinforce the essentials of “who we are” as a community throughout our physical space through the use of artwork and decor.


The A/V team seeks first to serve the Lord with excellence. Our goal is to facilitate the worship of the Lord, by providing the tools & utilizing technology to facilitate & support the delivery of worship services (& other services as needed).


Groups for families.


The mission of our NC4 Kids (Sunday school) is to partner with parents in their responsibility to raise up authentic followers of Christ. Children tend to find our kids program welcoming, fun, and inspirational. Find out more here.


Our men’s ministry provides opportunities for men 18 and older to fellowship in an atmosphere of acceptance and encouragement in order to build one another up in the faith. The priority of this ministry is to equip our men to be effective husbands and fathers and strong role models in their homes. We focus heavily on issues of sexual purity and fathering.



MOPS for moms of preschoolers; & MOMSnext for moms of school age kids

Our goal is support each others as women and as moms. MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) is designed to nourish and support moms with children Kindergarten aged and younger. Momsnext is for moms with school age children.
“We’ve all been placed in this time and place in history, as the tribe of women who are raising the world. And the beauty of it is that we don’t all have to agree with one another but everyone is in and we all need each other.” MOPS International


This fellowship is for any young adult, going to school or working, married or single from ages ranging 18 to 30-ish. You do not have to be a member of NC4. Members of other churches are welcome. Anyone not currently attending a church is welcome too!


The Marriage & Family Ministry provides training, encouragement, and mentoring to make good marriages great and unhealthy marriages healthy again.

NC4 Youth (6th-12th grades)

The NC4 Youth Group is for middle school and high school students. Weekly meetings and special events are held throughout the school year.

Youth Pastor Bobby Nisbet

Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm
(September through May)


New Covenant’s women’s ministry seeks to encourage women to Reach Up and grow closer to the Lord, Reach In and build relationships with one another and Reach Out to our community. Learn more…

Church Growth

Groups focused on helping grow our church.


The Kitchen Team coordinates and prepares meals for church-sponsored meetings, conferences and events.

  • Ministry Leader: Diane Wakeman


The Facility Team ensures that NC4’s facilities are safe, clean, functional and attractive. They also coordinate the scheduling of the building and its various meeting rooms.


The Deacon Board provides biblical accountability for the funds of the church with a primary focus on benevolence; that is, determining how to help individuals or families in financial crisis, and teaching the principles of good stewardship and budgeting.

  • Ministry Leader: Tom Doster & Dale Carpenter
  • (Contact through the church Financial Office at 610.861.7725 x18)


Groups focused on the community.


At NC4, we believe we are required by scripture to further the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to people groups that are beyond the limitations and boundaries of our own culture.


The Local Missions ministry specializes in the practical outworking of our Christian living by focused interaction with the community we live and work in, providing individuals and teams with opportunities to serve the needs of the community in many practical ways.


We host a Bible study at Northampton County Prison every Wednesday evening from 7:00PM-9:00PM with male and female inmates. Our goal is to reach the lost and least of the community and bring the message of the hope and life that is in Jesus Christ.

  • Ministry Leader: Brett Young

Shared Worship

Groups focused on shared worship.


The NC4 Prayer Ministry organizes corporate prayer, communicates emergency prayer requests, and equips members in the various forms of prayer, e.g. intercessory, deliverance, healing, etc.

  • Ministry Leader: Glenn and Dottie Miller


GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life. GriefShare is a 13-week course designed for people who are suffering through the loss of a loved one.


The Prophetic Ministry exists to encourage and train individuals in the proper and effective use of the gift of prophecy – hearing from God. Additionally, seasoned team members help those who have received a prophetic word to interpret and respond in a healthy, biblical way.

  • Ministry Leader: Brett Young 


We believe that when God’s people come together, they should be expressing joy to the God of their salvation. As such, our worship takes on the tenure of the Old and New Testaments, where the people of God expressed themselves with musical instruments, singing, dancing, clapping, lifting of hands, and other outward expressions of love and appreciation for God’s goodness in our lives. Everyone who comes to our meetings is encouraged to participate and freely express the joy they have received in being a part of the body of Christ.

Connect Groups

Connect Groups: We believe that community is essential to personal growth as a follower of Christ. Care is not solely the responsibility pastors and elders; we are to care for one another. Connect groups are the primary way we do that by providing a safe place to build authentic relationships, use our gifts, and respond to needs (inside & outside the church).