National Community Church

Charles Kiser —  December 31, 2007 — Leave a comment

I wandered across the website of National Community Church through a friend’s blog. It caught my attention for several reasons: 1) over 70% of its participants are single 20-somethings; 2) nearly 70% of NCC people were previously unchurched or dechurched (i.e., grew up with religion but left it behind); 3) they meet in movie theaters all over the Washington DC area; 4) they own the largest coffee shop on Capitol Hill, Ebenezer’s.

I’m always excited to see churches that are reaching out to the young adult segment of the population, given we’re going to land right in the middle of the same segment. Check out the website and get a glimpse of how God is connecting with the next generation through NCC.

Charles Kiser


I’m a pastor, missionary, and contextual theologian in Dallas, Texas. I’m committed to equipping and coaching Christians to start fresh expressions of Christian community in Dallas County — communities of hospitality, inclusion, justice, and healing.

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