NCC is launching a “21 Days of Kindness” initiative  from February 26-March 17. Our challenge during the Serving Together message series is for NCC to collectively do 5,000 Acts of Kindness in 21 days! 

Are you ready? Can we do it? Of course we can (with God’s help)!

You Are Invited To Join Us

Showing Kindness Initiative

We are all called to love our neighbor as ourselves. Ephesians 4:32a says, “Be kind and compassionate to one another.” We can do this! We believe that every Christ Follower is capable of this with the help of the Holy Spirit. Your act of kindness doesn’t have to be heroic, just something that blesses someone else. 

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Doing 5,000 Acts of Kindness in 21 Days

Thank you for being a part of our 21 Days of Kindness! We have a God-sized goal of recording 5,000 Acts of Kindness in 21 days along the 99 Corridor and beyond. We’ll have several ways we can celebrate together the many ways God is using us to bless others.

Click "Add Point" on the map below to track an Act of Kindness.

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Below is a List of Suggested Ways You Can Be a Blessing
  • Hold the door open for someone
  • Help someone with their groceries
  • Donate to the NCC Food Pantry
  • Pay for someone’s coffee
  • Babysit for free
  • Visit residents in a retirement home
  • Help someone with yard work
  • Give up your seat on public transportation
  • Bring breakfast to our worship team
  • Drive someone to a medical appointment
  • Encouragement note to educators
  • Send a card of encouragement or gift card to a foster family
  • Pick up litter
  • Volunteer at a school
  • Visit someone in a care home
  • Walk a shopping cart in from the parking lot
  • Donate clothes to a local clothes closet
  • Buy diapers or wipes for a young family
  • Teach someone a skill you have
  • Help a student with homework
  • Provide snacks for MyZone/The Zone
  • Invite someone to coffee/lunch (& pay)
  • Send an encouraging text message
  • Post an encouraging verse on Facebook
  • Encouragement note to Police or Fire Fighters
  • Bake cookies for a neighbor
  • Take in your neighbor’s trash cans
  • Volunteer at the Drop In Shelter
  • Have a garage sale where everything is free
  • Make meal bags for the police to give out
  • (pick up the list at the Connect Kiosk)
  • Give an extra generous tip
  • Volunteer your time

Do you have questions about the the Acts of Kindness Initiative?

If you have been the recipient of “An Act of Kindness” or have any questions about NCC and why we are doing this initiative, you can email directly with a pastor using the link below. 

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