We are people of all ages and backgrounds discovering what it means to follow Jesus. We believe we are called to love our neighbors by serving the community and our church family. We want to help meet needs, have conversations, and discover where people are on their faith journey.

You Are Welcome Here!

We are Northwest Christian Church

Whether you are exploring faith for the first time or have been a Christ follower for years, you are welcome at Northwest Christian Church!

We are people of all ages and backgrounds discovering what it means to follow Jesus. We believe we are called to love our neighbors by serving the community and our church family. We want to help meet needs, have conversations, and discover where people are on their faith journey.
We invite you to “come as you are” and explore what it means to follow Jesus as imperfect people. Northwest Christian Church is a place where it’s okay to be real, even when it’s messy. We welcome everyone and cultivate community by being honest, showing up, and creating spaces for all people to get to know others and Jesus.

Our Mission

Love God

Love Others

Make Disciples

Our Values

  • Committed to God and His Word
  • Heart for Evangelism
  • Relationships
  • Integrity
  • Servant Attitude
  • Teamwork

Our Strategy

Attending Northwest Christian Church

What can you expect at one of our worship gatherings?

When people think about going to church, they often feel they need to dress nicely on the outside and hide the mess inside, thinking that they have to have it all together to check things out. Here at NCC, we encourage you to be yourself and be casual–-we all have unique stories and experiences, and we all have messes in our lives.

Finding Meeting Times

We are currently meeting in person on Sunday mornings at each of our physical campuses, and on Thursday nights at our Newberg campus and streaming on NCC Live. For specific service times happening at your local campus, please check out the campus page or review our home page. 

What happens durring services?
  • We’ll get started with some great worship music.
  • We’ll hear a Bible-centered message from David Case or one of our other pastors or guest speakers. 
  • We’ll take time to share communion together—as an act of remembrance of what Christ has done for us.
  • We’ll have a time of generosity, where you can help support the mission and ministries of the church through your financial gifts, tithes and offerings.
  • We’ll finish with more great worship and a time of fellowship.
Will there be Coffee?

YES! There is free coffee available and we will gladly serve you. There are people wearing lanyards that say “ASK ME” —please let us know if you have any questions!

For the Kids, Students, and Young Adults

We value families and people of all ages.

Infants and Toddlers

We have a nursery for children two and under with fun classes at all services for kids ages two through fifth grade. Head towards the Main Lobby and check in your children.  If you’d rather keep your children with you, that’s no problem! They are welcome to join you for worship. 

Kindergarden - Grade 5

We have a special, age appropriate, programming at each of our campuses geared towards children. To find out more about Quest Kids and our Children’s Ministry, visit our dedicated quest kids page. 

Middle School and High School Students

Our students are always welcome to join you in the worship gatherings on Sundays. There are also specific MS and HS meeting times weekly, where students can hang out with others their age, hear bible-centered teaching, play games, and find a place to belong. For more information about NCC Students, visit one of the pages linked below. 

Check out our Middle School page online or follow NCC | MS on social.

Check out our High School page online or follow NCC | HS on social

Young Adults

Please join us in the main worship gatherings! We also have dedicated community nights for you to hang with peers and find a place to belong.  You can follow the NCC | YA on social or check out our Young Adults page online.

Who We Are at Northwest Christian Church

How God is Working and Telling Our Story – One Church in Four Locations

The Tigard Campus

In 1959 Villa Ridge Christian Church, later to become Tigard Christian Church, began with a vision to impact the community of Tigard through authentic worship, biblical preaching, and genuine community service. Today we continue this vision as Northwest Christian Church through meaningful weekend gatherings, thriving community groups, dynamic and relevant teaching for our kids and students, and service projects locally and around the world.

The McMinnville Campus

In 2002, the Christian Churches in Yamhill County contacted Bill Putman, the director of the O.C.E.F. Church Planters, regarding the possibility of planting a church in McMinnville. Bill called Erik Neilson and asked if he would consider planting a brand new church to reach the new people who were coming into our rapidly growing town. Like all OCEF church plants, Adventure Christian Church was started people for who don’t know Jesus Christ and for Christians without a church home.

After going through church planter assessment, boot camp, and a few interviews, the Neilson family began the greatest “adventure” of their lives…planting a new church. Adventure’s beginnings looked something like this:
We started our first life2life group in a living room on November 1, 2002, and 3 subsequent small groups.
We formed a launch team, and officially began worship services on Easter Sunday 2003, at the facilities of the McMinnville Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
On November 1, 2003 Community Christian Church closed their doors and gifted ACC with their property and facilities after 36 years of faithful service.  On Easter Sunday 2004 we opened our newly remodeled facilities. Since then we have supported church plants in Salem, Eugene, Springfield, LaPine, Prineville, Sherwood, Corvallis, Dallas, Sisters, Italy, Rwanda, China and Nepal.
Adventure Christian Church merged with Northwest Christian Church in 2018.  Our partnership has allowed us to serve God and our community in more ways than ever.

The Newberg Campus

Northwest Christian Church (formerly known as Newberg Christian Church) began in 1907 as a small group of people with a commitment to Jesus and the community. While NCC has grown and changed over the years, the commitment to Jesus, authentic relationships, honest conversations and compassion for the community remains central to the mission and vision in which we hold.

In 1998, we gathered with local business leaders, the mayor, and community members to discuss what they felt our community needed in the present and the future, and how NCC could help meet those needs. One significant need was a large meeting area with a kitchen, so the NCC community took a leap of faith and added a gym and commercial kitchen to the existing building. The Community Life Center (or CLC) is a place for the community – community leaders, business, education, government, social services, unchurched and churched. Each week you’ll find many local groups using the space.

The Online Campus

We believe that the Body of Christ (The Church) is more than just a building – it is a body of believers. As our physical campuses united under one mission, vision, and Savior, we felt the calling to open up access to our community to the world through our virtual tools and resources. We consider anyone interested in calling Christ their Lord and NCC – Online their “church home” a member of our Online Campus. As we continue to grow and develop as a body of believers, we will continue to share new resources and offerings with the world, right here online. If you cannot join us in-person at one of our physical campuses, but still wish to belong, you can and you do. We will walk with you through life, pray for you, and think of you as members of the NCC family. 

As One Church In Four Locations

We are an independent, non-denominational Christian Church where faith and real-life intersect. Whether it’s college students drinking coffee at the coffee bar, the Prime Time seniors meeting for lunch, the Early Bird Rotary Club, middle school students gathered for youth group, the family worshiping with us online, or those with special needs, all are welcome and invited!

Our Beliefs

What We Believe — Core Persons and Principles


There is one God, eternally existing in three distinct beings: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. These three are co-equal and each possesses all of the attributes of God – He is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe and everything within.


Jesus Christ is the Son of God. He is one with God the Father and the Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is our Savior, who was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on a cross for all sin, and was raised from the grave after three days to demonstrate His defeat of sin and death. He ascended into heaven and will return again to earth to reign as our powerful King.

The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is one with God the Father and Jesus Christ. Those who accept Christ as their Savior will receive the Holy Spirit to live inside them. It serves as our comforter, guide, advocate, and provides guidance in living and intercedes for them.

The Bible

Our foundation is based firmly upon the Bible as our final authority on our beliefs and as a guide to living. The Bible is divinely inspired by God, without error, and given to man so that we may know and understand the truth of God and His love.


Salvation is not something that can be purchased or earned – it is a free gift from God provided by Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross and is received through faith, repentance of sin and baptism by immersion. It is available to everyone who accepts Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

Social Issues

We are frequently asked to bring clarity to our position on these issues. We are aware there are many sins God desires to protect us from – racism, prejudice, gluttony, sexual promiscuity, adultery, etc. We do address the complex social issues that surface most often in our setting. If you have questions, we would love to have a conversation with you. Please contact one of our Campus Pastors. We firmly believe that we are all equally in need of God’s grace.

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