News and Sermons


On Saturday, May 19, 2018, people from around the globe will unite through the world’s biggest 6K for clean water, World Vision’s Global 6K for Water, and walk or run 6kilometers for an extraordinary cause.  “Nearly, 1,000 children die every day because of a lack of clean water and sanitation. The Global 6K for Water is a one-day, worldwide event where thousands will unite to literally save lives through the gift of clean water,” said Ashley Colquitt, the Global 6K for Water Race Director.

Join us at Naperville Covenant Church as we walk/run our 6K in support of our friends through Covenant Kids Congo, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Register as a part of our “Naperville Covenant” team here!

WHAT: 6K walk/run for clean water – Walk, run, or even push a stroller—however you cross the finish line, you’ll help transform the lives of women and children in Democratic Republic of Congo

WHERE: Naperville Covenant Church (start @ 1150 Hobson Rd. Naperville); race route along Illinois Prairie Path

WHEN: Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 8:30am

WHY 6K? : The distance is significant. 6 kilometers (approximately 3.7 miles, or 15 laps around a track) is the average distance people —usually women and girls— walk to get water for their families and homes in the developing world. Often, the walk is dangerous, children miss school to fulfill this household need, and the water is dirty. When you participate in World Vision’s Global 6K, every step you take is one they won’t have to.

COST: $50 – Every registration fee will provide life-changing clean water to one person



The Compassionate Community

5 week sermon series focused on our new vision statement at NECC:

An increasingly diverse, compassionate community dedicated to knowing, loving, and serving Jesus in our neighborhoods and world.

Sunday, April 15 – Introduction to Vision

Sunday, April 22 – Increasingly Diverse

Sunday, April 29 – Compassionate Community

Sunday, May 6 – Knowing, Loving, Serving

Sunday, May 13 – Neighborhoods and World




Meeting every Sunday morning at 9:00am

  • Adult Classes:
    • Is Race Real? Yes. And no. Understanding our diversity through the lens of science, Scripture, and history. (4/15/18-5/13/18) 
  • Sr. High Class: Exploring Leadership
  • Jr. High Class: Confirmation
  • Grade 2 – 5: Navigating the Bible (Childcare available for children infant – Grade 1)


Tuesday Morning StudyAn Extra Mile by Sharon Garlough Brown

Our Tuesday morning women’s Bible study meets every Tuesday, starting January 30th, from 9:30am-11am.  We will be going through Sharon Garlough Brown’s new book, An Extra Mile, and journeying through what it means to embrace God’s call.  Alongside the study, this group will learn and be led through different spiritual practices, such as journaling, centering prayer, and many Scripture-reading practices, to enter into deeper spiritual relationships with God and each other.  Please contact Pastor Diana ( for further information.

Wednesday Night Study: 1 Peter: A Living Hope in Christ by Jen Wilkin

Our Wednesday night Bible study meets every Wednesday, beginning January 10th, from 6:30pm-8:30pm.  We will be going through a 9 week study on 1 Peter by Jen Wilkin.  This interactive, in-depth study focuses on themes of humility and identity in Christ, helping discover what it means to experience the Living Hope we have in Christ.  If you’re interested in joining, contact us at

Songs from Sunday!

Enjoy a song that we sang in church this past Sunday?  Here’s a list of the songs we sang and a playlist to listen!

Sunday, April 15, 2018

– Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble? (Hillsong)

– Your Love Awakens Me (Phil Wickham)

– Who is Like the Lord (Willow Creek Music)

To God be the Glory

– Be Thou My Vision

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Know. Love. Serve.