In a culture that encourages us to live as far above our means as possible, how we manage our personal finances can often be a source of worry, guilt, or confusion. God’s desire for us is simple, but it usually stretches our faith. Living by God’s plan won’t necessarily make you rich, but will lead you to a fulfilling, peace filled journey with God that money can’t buy. He wants us to be wise managers of all he has entrusted to us and generous givers who give in response to his great love.

    We offer courses and other resources to help our church community manage their personal finances in such a way that puts God first, and that brings glory to Him as our provider including the following:

    Financial Peace University by Dave Ramsey

    Feeling financially challenged? Wanting to get a better grip on your spending and saving? Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University is a 10 week, step by step, life-changing program that includes practical lessons on how to deal with creditors, eliminate and stay out of debt, learn to be in control of your money, budgeting and spending plans, insurance to buy or avoid, how to get great deals on purchases, buying or selling a home, investment choices, and retirement plans, give like never before and more. 

    The cost is $110 per family and includes online video access of the presentations. Come to the first class for free, then decide whether you want to register. Those who have attended this class in the past can come for $5/person. 


    Divorce Care is a 13-week course devoted to bringing together those experiencing divorce or separation. The emphasis is Christ as the foundation for addressing challenges of navigating the emotional, practical, and spiritual issues of divorce. Come and know the love of Christ as expressed by skilled instructors in a supportive, positive environment. This class is offered in the Fall and the Spring. For more info, contact Mingrey Hildebrandt at (360) 620-9111 or Pastor Craig McCann at ext. 205.


    Have you lost a loved one and feel like you’re having difficulty returning to “normal” life? This renowned class & support group helps you understand your losses and gives you a biblical perspective on how to work through the grief process. You will also receive support and encouragement during the 14-week session from other church members who are going through similar situations. Questions? Contact Pat Farnand at patfarnand@yahoo.com. 


    We provide interpretation for the Saturday 5pm service. 

    Our heart for the Deaf at NWC is two-fold. We want them to experience everything the Lord has for them in the Body of Christ. This means easy, consistent access to Spirit-led worship, sound Biblical teaching, opportunities to serve others and a welcoming atmosphere. 

    If you have a heart for the Deaf community, there are many ways to be involved. If you are interested, contact April Capatch at asl@nwcfoursquare.org. 

    Deaf Chat Night

    Join us for a great time to meet new friends and eat tasty food at our Deaf Ministry Coffee House on the 3rd Friday of every month. Know how to sign? Great. Only a beginner? No problem. Come one, come all. Bring a food dish to share and join us in L1 downstairs.



    Contact Rochelle Matlock:

    (253) 838-6321 ext. 254 (voice only)

    (253) 569-6798 (text and voice)



    Do you have trouble setting and maintaining boundaries? Is it hard for you to say no? Do you feel like people take advantage of you? Learn how to set healthy personal boundaries by drawing on principles from the Bible. We use Cloud & Townsend's Boundaries text book and Participant’s Guide as the basis for our study and discussion. Cost is $25.00.

    For more info,  contact Pat Farnand at patfarnand@yahoo.com


    Sundays from 11:30-1:00pm in Conference Room 1

    Are you interested in knowing more about your Pentecostal roots? Come and join one of our Adult Sunday Discussion Groups! We are currently discussing the newly edited book Foundations of Pentecostal Theology. Questions? Call Pastor Craig McCann at ext. 205 or Anne or Mark Kinkade at (360) 917-5661. 


    Are you suffering from unresolved grief due to major life losses that were something other than the death of a loved one? For example, loss of childhood or loss of innocence; loss of self-image, hope a major career loss; loss of limbs or functions; estrangements. We often choose to ignore many of these losses and we can get stuck. Our problem is unresolved grief. There are many books and programs available on dealing with loss and grief; most of them place their focus on recovering from "loss through death". But, loss of relationship is only one of twelve major types of losses. 

    What does the process look like when you deliberately choose to mourn any of the other losses? Join us for this 18-week in-depth study and process of how to mourn our losses and resolve our griefs and sorrows. Deliberately choose to mourn Life's Major Losses. In this process, you will find God's Comfort. And, in Him will be your Joy. 

    The cost is $25 and includes binder, handouts and expenses during the 18 week sessions. Questions? Contact Pat Farnand at patfarnand@yahoo.com.


    The mission of the Legacy Builders ministry (formerly known as the 55+ ministry) is to strengthen each senior’s relationship with God in order to give reciprocal care to each other and the younger generation.

    Wednesday Bible Study | 1:00-2:30pm in M3

    Bible teaching, life application, supportive prayer, group discussion


    Monthly Luncheon | 11:00am-12:30pm in the banquet room

    Fourth Sunday of the month

    Worship, food, fellowship, relationship building, testimonies, life application


    Come to either or both of these functions and be a blessing to others as you are blessed. Questions? Contact Pastor Craig McCann at ext. 205 or craig.mccann@nwcfoursquare.org.


    Tuesdays at 6:15pm

    Want to improve your communication skills? Ready to overcome anxiety of public speaking? You can!


    Toastmasters can be a great learning experience for you. We meet in a small group format, once a week in a supportive (and fun!) environment.You’ll improve your confidence, learn to organize your thoughts and become comfortable with spontaneous speaking.


    Questions? Call us at ext. 302 or email us at toastmasters@nwcfoursquare.org.