North Coast Family Fellowship


Love Jesus. Love Others. Love Others to Jesus.


Welcome to our Sunday online worship gathering at NCFF. Pull up a chair, grab some coffee and gather with us as we sing God's praises and learn how to live from His Word. Click on "Resources" to access a printable copy of Pastor John's sermon notes. You can also checkout all our other Sunday messages by clicking on "Teachings" on the menu bar at the top of this page. Thanks for joining us today!


North Coast Kids Stay-at-Home Sundays

Gather the family and tune into North Coast Kids Online with our weekly Bible lesson and worship. 


Everything at NCFF points to Jesus. We believe that He is God and that life is His gift to us. Our prayer is to daily experience His grace and eternally live for His glory. We are ordinary folks whose lives are being genuinely transformed by this extraordinary God. It would be great to have you join us on this journey. If you are new to NCFF, we would really like to get to know you better. If you'd like more info about our church, please email us at office@ncff.info and take some time to bounce around our website.




NCFF supports Sacred Road Ministry every year by providing spiritual support, household supplies and Christmas gifts to adopted families within the Yakama Tribe Reservation (in Washington) and Confederated Tribes Reservation (in Oregon). All of the giving tree tags stating the needs of three families were taken this month! Way to go NCFF! Please remember to bring your unwrapped gifts back to NCFF by December 6, 2020. You may drop off your gifts Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-4:00pm. We are closed 11.25.20-11.29.20 due to the holiday and also Oregon State's Covid Freeze Restrictions. Thank you.


Greetings NCFF,

I am blessed to be a part of this church family. Thank you for being a family that I want to spend time with. We were blessed this past Sunday as we gathered together to worship, learn from God's Word and to share in the joy of watching baptisms. Wow! I can't forget to mention that God showed up in many ways.

I am reminded that the church is not a building. It is us. It is because of Jesus. It is because we take Jesus with us everywhere we go, and we have in us the power of prayer. As we continue to navigate the pandemic restrictions that have been placed upon us, please don't forget that where ever two or three are gathered, Jesus is there.

Here is what is happening during the "freeze" that has been placed on NCFF for the next two weeks:

* Sunday morning services will be online only for the next two Sundays (November 22 & November 29)

* AWANA is cancelled for the next two Wednesdays (November 18 & November 25)

* Youth Groups (MSM & HSM) will still be meeting this Sunday (November 22), but not the Sunday after Thanksgiving (November 29)

* Children's Ministry will have worship and Bible stories at FACEBOOK.COM/NCFFCHURCH on November 22 & 29

* Small Groups and Bible Studies that meet on campus will continue to meet. These groups will have a 25 person limit

I would encourage all of us to remember God's big picture through these challenging times - we have a relationship with Him for eternity through His Son, Jesus! He is still in control and knows us by name.

May God grant you His peace and protection,

Pastor Mike