We believe the Bible is the true and inspired written Word of God - fully authoritative and sufficient for a person to understand how to please and bring glory to God. Therefore, we seek to faithfully interpret, communicate, and apply its teachings in our ministries and in our lives.


We have Sunday school classes for all ages every Sunday morning at 10am.


Our current adult Sunday school classes:


Young Adults

Taught by Brady Zimmer & Isaiah Rumbold in room 212

Join us for a time to talk and pray through what it looks like to follow Jesus faithfully in our cultural context.


Relational Connection and the Image of God

Taught by Nathaniel Shaver in room 213

In his high priestly prayer, Jesus prayed for us - for those who would come to believe in him. “I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one -- as you are in me, Father, and I am in you. And may they be in us so that the world will believe you sent me.”

Do you ever feel that the path to oneness is obscure? Do you ever feel distant from other believers when you desire to feel close? How do we practice the oneness that Jesus prays for us? Are there relational tools we can leverage in our Christian walk? How do we give way to the Holy Spirit to cultivate oneness in us?

In this class “Relational Connection and the Image of God” we are seeking to grow in closeness with one another. We will first consider a topic and a corresponding relational skill. Then we will spend part of the class time practicing this skill together.


Through The Bible

Led by John Baer in the office conference room

This series of lessons concludes the past four quarters of study from the Gospels of Matthew and Mark. These two Gospels are closely related, for Matthew contains all of Mark except 55 verses. It was logical therefore to consider these two Gospels concurrently. Both the gospels of Luke and John, which have many incidents peculiar to each of them, will be considered later.



Taught by Cole Dill in room 125/126

In this study, we will explore the beginning of time by diving into the first few chapters of Genesis.  Arguably one of the most important written works in history, Genesis is the foundation of understanding all things in existence.  It gives answers to questions of origins, sin, death, marriage, and redemption. Understanding Genesis is essential to understanding humanity’s relationship to God.  We will compare the creation in Genesis to the new heaven and earth found in Revelation.  Lastly, we will investigate secular society's scientific support for the origin of life, known as “evolution”, and see how it holds up to the creation account found in Genesis. 


Understanding NCF

Taught by the Elders in room 206

This class will answer your questions about faith in Christ, NCF church history, why we exist as a church, what we believe, how we live out that belief and our church leadership structure.  The class will be at 10am each Sunday for 6 weeks.  Whether you are deciding if NCF is the right church for you, considering membership, or been attending for years and have some questions, this is the class for you!


How to Be Free From Bitterness

Led by Travis Stuber in room 210

All adults, young and old, are invited to engage in a 12 week study on “How to be free from bitterness”. With the holidays UPON us and AS a fresh reminder that Jesus came to bring forgiveness AND this can be a timely tool to your spiritual walk. Join in as we walk through each short chapter and discuss what it looks like to apply it in your Christian life.  Books will be in the office on 12/28 for $10.

411 W. North Street, P.O. Box 1542, Tremont, IL 61568     (309) 925-5120     ncfoffice@gmail.com
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