Reach - Local
"The King will reply, 'Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers
and sisters of mine, you did for me.” —Matthew 25:40
By viewing our community through the eyes of Jesus, we’re better able to see the needs of our friends and neighbors. Let’s go “all-in” together, serving the various organizations we support around the state of New Mexico.
Recent studies show that nearly one in seven New Mexico households cannot provide enough food for their families. NCC volunteers provide a church service and meals to nearly 200 homeless men, women, and children. This is a great opportunity to serve alongside each other and help those in need.
1st Sunday of every month 9:00 am
2400 Second Street NW
Serving and ushering
Juntos (“together”) is an outreach program helping children in kindergarten through middle school in Albuquerque’s East Central neighborhoods. NCC is partnering with Juntos to give a brighter future to both the children and our community. Juntos focuses on discipling the children and raising up future leaders. Come prepared to have fun serving our community and making Jesus known to the children. We serve as a group on the 4th Monday of every month.
- Leading Activities
- Leading worship
- Elementary education programs
- Middle school boys’ mentoring program
- Kids Club craft and activity preparation
Heading Home is a local organization dedicated to helping make the experience of homelessness rare, short-lived, and non-recurring throughout New Mexico. Heading Home provides permanent and supportive housing solutions and operates the Albuquerque Opportunity Center (AOC). The campus houses several programs that provide services to the homeless in Albuquerque
NCC is partnering with Heading Home to provide support services, particularly through participation in the volunteer-based Home Team Program. Home Teams are specially trained groups of volunteers who provide various support to individuals and families in their first year of transition. Home Team volunteers provide support based on individual needs.
Home Team opportunities include:
- Child care
- Social companionship
- Assistance with a variety of life skills (budgeting, shopping, job-searching, etc.)
- Coordinating peer-to-peer activities
- Assisting with move-ins
- Spiritual Companionship Program (AOC)
- Life-skill building education and instruction (AOC)
- Fitness/healthy living education and instruction (AOC)
UpB4 the Son Ministries & Charities, a 501c3 non-profit presents Bedz4Kids. In just a short period of time, NCC has moved over 600 people from the floor into beds! Yet every week, many more families ask for help. Our goal is to provide a safe, comfortable bed to every child in New Mexico. Our only limitations are available beds and volunteers.