National City Christian Church, the national church for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), invites all who are searching for a spiritual home. We are an open and inclusive church. Each Sunday, we welcome all to the Lord’s Table for communion, as God has welcomed us.
8:30 a.m.  Gospel Service (Sanctuary)
11 a.m.  Traditional Service (Sanctuary)
11 a.m.  Servicio En Español (Community Room)

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Church Office Closed

Due to inclement weather expected on March 21, the church offices are closed and all activities are canceled. Be safe and enjoy your day.

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Devotion – Embracing Humility

Wednesday, March 21 Scripture: Mark 11:1-11 Being a disciple of God isn’t all glory. Imagine, you just devoted your life to Jesus for two to three years, and spent the last nine months travelling through 35 locations en route to what promises to be a glorious return...

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Devotion – Be A Dependable Force

Tuesday, March 20 Scripture: Mark 11:1-11 As with most biblical passages, there are so many messages that can be deciphered. One of the commentaries (The Interpreter’s Bible, Volume 7, 1989) that I read suggested that the actions like the colt being untied and taken...

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March 23 Concert Canceled

With predictions of a winter storm for Tuesday night and Wednesday, and with a performer needing to travel from out of town, we have made the decision to cancel this Friday’s Music at Midday recital. There will be no concert this Friday, March 23, or next...

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Devotion – Hosanna!

Sixth Week in Lent The Hour Has Come Monday, March 19 Scripture: Mark 11:1-11 Jesus traveled to Jerusalem knowing the trip would lead to his sacrificial death. Agony and suffering are looming, and yet great joy and celebration surround Jesus. He’s on a death march,...

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Devotion – Now Thank We All Our God

Sunday, March 18 Note: We asked our writers on Sundays to address the power of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. The Lutheran minister Martin Rinkart arrived in Eilenberg, Saxony, in the seventeenth century. By 1636, war and plague left him, as the town’s only...

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