Welcome to the National Capital Bible Church
8001 Forbes Place, Suite 101 Springfield, VA 22151
Pastor Inghram is currently teaching a special study on Daniel before the Lion's Den in the Sunday morning 1st session and the book of James in the Sunday morning 2nd session. On Wednesday evening Bible class Pastor Inghram is teaching a special study on Repentance and Sorrow. He has just concluded a study of the Exodus.
Standing unequivocally for the fundamentals of the faith as contained in the Word of God, the principal purpose and objective of NCBC is to glorify God by: presenting the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ; edifying believers through the isagogical, categorical, and exegetical teaching of Scripture; equipping believers for the ministry; facilitating believers’ attainment of spiritual maturity; sending and support of missionaries; and the ordination of pastor-teachers.
National Capital Bible Church is a grace ministry and operates entirely on voluntary contributions. Giving is a matter of privacy between the believer and the Lord Jesus Christ. Second Corinthians 9:7 says, "So let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not grudgingly or of necessity; for God loves a cheerful giver." When gratitude for the Word of God motivates a believer to give, he has the privilege of contributing to the dissemination of Bible doctrine. If you choose to support this ministry, please send contributions to: National Capital Bible Church c/o 8001 Forbes Place, Suite 101 Springfield, VA 22151
|11:00 am||Second Service|
|Wednesday||7:00 pm||Prayer Meeting|
The Sunday messages are sequential Bible studies, with the second
message being a continuation of the first.
Sunday School and a nursery are provided for both services on Sunday. Please see the Sunday School information below for more detailed information.
The Lord's Table or Communion is held on the first Sunday of each month during the 11:00 AM service except during the holidays and is open to all who are believers in the Lord Jesus Christ.
The NCBC Sunday School is the primary means by which
our children are provided a biblical education from qualified teachers. Our
goal is to instill in children a love for the Lord and a desire to know His
Word. The Sunday School curriculum walks the children through the Bible from
Genesis to Revelation. We welcome all visitors and look forward to teaching
your children about their Savior and His Word. Sunday School is taught
during both services on Sunday morning. Children are to go into the
auditorium with their parents first to sing hymns with the congregation;
they will then be dismissed to their classrooms.
NCBC Sunday school is presently organized into the following classes based on grade level or age:
Pre-School: two-four year olds
Primary: grades K-2
Intermediate: grades 3-5
Juniors: grades 6-8
Teen: grades 9+ (with the adults)