Online Campus

Welcome to Our Online Campus

No matter what is happening our world, staying engaged to the fellowship of believers is so important. With our Online Campus, we hope that you can do that and more! Here you will find our video library, our Connect Card, calendars, small group information, along with various other resources that will help you to learn more about us. Take a look around and thanks for visiting. We can't wait to see you in person!

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Armor Bearers Men's Group
Wednesdays 6 PM

Our men meet every Wednesday at 6pm at our main campus. They are currently meeting in Classroom C.

Rick Bloom
Rick Bloom
(330) 340-2327
Ladies' Small Group
Thursdays 6 2nd & 4th Thursdays

This ladies' group meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday evening in the fireplace room of our main lobby. They are a book-driven study group. For the latest book of study, please contact their leader, Susan Johnson.

Susan Johnson
Susan Johnson
Tuesdays 6 :30 PM

Did you know koinonia refers to our fellowship with God and fellow believers? That's what we want to do. We want to establish both in this group. This is a discussion driven group that looks for answers but also asks questions. Pastor Richie and Bethany would love for you to join them every Monday as they dive into the Word of God in addressing today's challenges.

Richie and Bethany Johns
Richie and Bethany Johns
Maddux Oikos
Sundays 5 :15 PM 2nd & 4th Sundays

Oikos is a Greek word meaning "family" and is also what we call our small group because we believe that the Christian life is best done together, as a family. Joining Oikos provides the opportunity to get connected with a group of people who can walk the road of life with you. We meet two times per month to share a meal, study, worship, and pray together. Oikos is family friendly and limited to 10-12 adults to create an atmosphere for relationship development and trust.

Pastor Mark Maddux
Pastor Mark Maddux
Pathway: Becoming a Disciple
Fridays 7 :00 PM

Jesus calls us to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Him. That's what we're all about in this discipleship group. And we want to figure out what it means to follow Jesus, but then to go and teach others! Our group is made up of all phases in life; single, married, the whole family is encouraged to come! We'd love to have you!

Jeremy & JoEllen Sanders
Jeremy & JoEllen Sanders
No Worries
Fridays 7 :00 PM

No worries is an open group meeting weekly here on our campus to allow for ample physical distancing while still creating an atmosphere of fellowship and fun. No worries covers a variety of different topics depending on the time of year. For more information, reach out to Mike & Lisa!

Mike and Lisa Walker
Mike and Lisa Walker
Proverbs 31

Proverbs 31 is a virtual women's study hosted by Christy Bloom. All lessons are available online or through the Proverbs 31 app. Workbooks are available, as well. The group currently connects through a private Facebook group where Christy facilitates questions and conversation. If you are looking for a way to connect with other ladies, this could be a great fit for you! Reach out to Christy for more information.

Christy Bloom
Christy Bloom
JOY Prayer Group
Tuesdays 10 :00 AM

This class is held every Tuesday at 10AM for time of prayer, fellowship, and learning. We knit, we crochet, and we laugh together. Come join us! Our gathering place is located right across from the church office, near the back entrance of the church.

Sandra Metcalf
Sandra Metcalf


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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most often asked questions about our fellowship. If you have more questions, please feel free to contact us if you have others!

What are your COVID-19 Precautions?

In between services we sanitize the worship center with PUREROX which kills COVID-19 in 60 seconds. We are asking all who are joining us to do the following. 

- We ask everyone (adults and kids) to be diligent with mask-wearing and social distancing.

- Please follow the direction of our ushers and avoid congregating in our foyer or in the worship center. 

- Please utilize our hand sanitizing stations.

- Please remain socially distanced from other families as you enter and exit the building. 

What is available for kids?

NPNaz Kids is committed to being a place where your children can learn, grow AND have fun.

We have the following children's environments on Sunday morning:

Our nursery space is staffed by trained and background-checked volunteers. Birth through age 3 is allowed in our Nursery and it is available for almost every event we have. There are age-appropriate toys for your children to play with and the environment is cleaned and sanitized weekly. 

Birth-5th Grade
NPNaz Kids is our fun and interactive teaching and worship environment offered during our 9am worship service. All our teachers are trained, certified for safety, and will take wonderful care of your children!

For information about our other Children's Ministry offerings and events, please click here

What do you do to help keep my children safe?

We utilize a comprehensive background check system through Ministry Safe. Each of our volunteers are trained and tested, ensuring their understanding of providing a safe and healthy environment for your children. Children are checked in through our Planning Center Check-In system before Sunday morning worship and all other major children's ministry events.

What is available for my teenagers?

NPNaz Yth is our youth ministry program, and is open to 6th - 12th grade students. They meet for youth group on Sunday evenings at 6:15pm and there are small groups available throughout the week. For a complete listing of Fusion events and activities, please click here

What is the music like?

We are a contemporary church, using many of the modern and familiar worship songs. Our goal is to create an environment where the focus is on God and bringing him glory as opposed to directing our attention to anyone on the platform. We carefully choose our music to be Scripturally sound, God-honoring, and engaging for all ages. 

You can check out our current playlist of worship songs below.

What do people wear?

We have a wide variety of attire each weekend and would tell you to come just as you are. There is no dress code. We want you to be comfortable and welcome.

What time should I show up?

We recommend showing up about 10-15 minutes before service starts, especially if you have children. This will allow you time to get them checked in, you can grab a cup of coffee, and say hi to folks before we get started. 

How can I get involved?

The best way to get involved is to plan to be a part of our NEXTSteps classes. These classes typically meet on Wednesday night for 4 weeks for about 75 minutes. During this time, you will learn about who we are, what we believe, and we will talk about how you can become a part of what is happening at NPNaz.

We have NEXTSteps classes 3-4 times per year. See dates below:

Our NEXTSteps classes will resume this Fall. Check back for new dates.


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