Welcome to Nechako Community Church!

Greeting those entering the worship service at Nechako Community Church

We are glad you have found our website!

Here at NCC we are a community of believers who meet together in order to worship God and encourage one another. Our congregation is made up of babies, seniors, families, and singles from many walks of life (agriculture, forestry, education, healthcare and business).  But the one thing we all have in common is our desire to grow closer to God.

Our Mission

The Church’s mission is to be a Christ-Centered, community-serving church.  This means we seek first and foremost, to be gospel-centered, as defined by Scripture. Our hope is for NCC to be known by a genuine sense of love for one another and the people of our larger community.

Staff and Elders

What we believe

We believe in God as eternal Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. God created and sustains the universe. The eternal purpose of God the Father is to create a people who will bring glory to God forever. God alone is worthy of worship.

We believe that God became human in Jesus Christ. Jesus came to restore the world because humans have rejected God in disobedience. Jesus taught and modeled the way of God’s kingdom. He died on the cross, making it possible for us to accept a renewed relationship with God. He rose from the dead, broke the power of sin and death, and frees us to live in obedience to God’s will.

What we believe at Nechako Community Church

We believe that God the Holy Spirit invites all people to be reconciled with God and to join the global family of faith. Believers confess their faith, are baptized, and join in the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Through the power of the Holy Spirit and guided by the Bible, members of the church seek to live as followers of Christ and invite others to experience this new life.

As Christians, we look forward to the day when God will once again send Jesus to bring all things under God’s eternal rule

You can find a more detailed version of our Confession of Faith here.


We are connected to other local churches through the Vanderhoof Ministerial and we are part of a larger family of churches called the Mennonite Brethren.