Category: About Neighborhood Church

Our Micro-Church Values

The following are our five values for Micro-Churches: Sharing Stories One of the best ways that we share life with one another is by sharing our stories with one another.  When we hear how God has worked in the past, we can better understand and encourage what God wants to do in the present.   […]

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Focusing on what matters most

Our discussion last night centered on what it looks like to focus our attention on the things that matter most to us.  I started off by sharing five observations on our current way of living and working.  Thought I would post them here as well. We are always “on”…and this prevents true rest The work […]

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Summer Sabbatical

Our lead pastor, Robert Grisham, will be taking his first sabbatical during the months of July and August. We believe this is a significant decision in the life of our church and a tremendous opportunity to invest in the Grisham’s.  The sabbatical will be a guided process for Robert and his family, not just an […]

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How This All Began

On Sunday night Mandy shared some of NC’s history.  Below is an article that she has written that goes into greater detail on our story.  As I said on Sunday night, it’s important for us to periodically look at where we’ve been and remind ourselves of God’s faithfulness.  We hope that this story is an […]

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Upward Journey

Love the Lord God with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. – Jesus, as recorded in the Gospel of Matthew 22:37-38 The Upward Journey is about being in relationship with God. It is not an accident that we are here. We were […]

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How It All Began

  Neighborhood Church began as a dream in the hearts of two couples in California. Jason & Barb Elder met Robert & Mandy Grisham while in seminary in 2001. Soon after meeting, their conversations drifted towards the idea of one day starting a church together. Little did they know that their dream would become a […]

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